Walking their paths to the top will change your life forever
In the midst of one of the most impressive landscapes in the world, the Roraima Tepuy rises majestically, the highest in the entire Canaima National Park at 1,7461 miles (2810 meters) high. On your journey, it is not only about walking through the oldest place in the world, nor about marveling at the diversity of plants and animals that do not exist in the rest of the planet.
Actually, it is about enjoying an adventure in contact with nature, in the middle of a jungle where, according to the indigenous people, sacred beings live. A territory that has remained pure for millions of years. Roraima is both adrenaline and mysticism.
Itinerary AND TRAVEL GUIDE TO RORAIMA
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In a land transport you will travel for 10 to 12 hours from Puerto Ordaz to the San Francisco de Yuruaní indigenous camp. The trip to the top involves trekking (long-distance walking) of around 17,3984 miles (28 kilometers)
The next day the trek begins. During the days we will take care of offering you all the food and hydration you need during the journey
Before reaching the top you will sleep in your tent at the Paraitepui camp and the next day at the Río Tek camp. On the third day you will arrive at the base camp, at the foot of the tepui. It will be on the fourth day when you start the most demanding ascent and reach the top. The way up is called the Valley of Tears. When you reach the top you will camp in an area called “hotels”. The next day you will explore the top of the tepuy to reach the highest point at 2,810 meters
Upon your return, you will take the same route with the same services. The only difference is that at the Paraitepui camp, the park rangers of the Monte Roraima Park will check your belongings, because it is not allowed to take anything from the nature of the sacred mountain