6 days of trekking through the hills of the great Venezuelan savannah, crossing rivers and climbing to the summit of Mount Roraima, which is the oldest rock formation on earth.
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6 days / July 2017
Highs & Lows
The Jacuzzis, Valley of crystals and Mirador la ventana are the most impressive that can be seen at the top of the mountain
Some days it rained a lot so we made it difficult to cross the rivers as there weren't bridges
We were a group of 4 people traveling by bicycle, we left Brazil for Venezuela with little fear for everything they had told us, because Venezuela was not going through a good political and economic moment.
We crossed the border without any problem, it took two days on a bicycle to San Francisco de Yuruaní, which is the closest community to Monte Roraima, where the natives are, most of whom are tourist guides because they know this region well.
In this community we had the opportunity to meet the natives, the culture and something very particular about them is that they have their native language called taurepan and also speak Spanish
Já tivemos o contato de um guia nativo muito bem recomendado por outros viajantes, que se encarregariam de nos levar ao Monte Roraima, passamos dias incríveis em sua casa com sua linda família.
Q & A
What would you have changed?
I would have gone another month because I went in the month that rained the most and it was very cold.
Anything go wrong during the trip?
we had to cross two rivers and they were very full of rain so we were late one day
What tips would you give a friend?
Go in the season when it rains little, sleeping pads , repellent, hiking boot, good tent and a raincoat.