Angel Falls the Treasure of Venezuela

Angel Fall Gallery

The impressive waterfall, almost one kilometer high, shines under the sun that during dawn hits the mountain and a smile appears on the face of the visitors of Angel Falls. The scenery of the highest waterfall in the world compensates the journey that has been 12 hours: by plane, paddling a canoe, walking, and also the night of intense rain; living in a camp and lying in hammocks. Angel Falls takes this name from an American aviator Jimmy Angel, who in 1937 landed on the tepuy where the waterfall is born. Scientists admit that these flat top mountains are the oldest formations on the planet. Continue reading “Angel Falls the Treasure of Venezuela”