Padre Pedro Chien Municipality, is named for a missionary named Peter Chien, a missionary who loved everyone and yet all he was tireless and worked hard for the people of these areas as inóspitas in the Sierra de Imataca, for it work and for all your effort in the municipal shield in the upper right quarter, we can see its image.
This new municipality, declared in 1995, has more than 300 kinds of birds, so often the subject of studies on birds. In its territory is a haven of Harpy (Harpy Eagle), living treasure "threatened", a symbol of strength and beauty of the state. Its tourist potential is linked to the Tourism Agricultural, Ecological and Scientific. We recommend visiting, among other attractions: Rio Grande Laguna Dam and Puchima.
His Capital: El Palmar, founded in 1746, is located in the heart of the Imataca Forest Reserve. Area agriculture - livestock and forestry.
Es bellisimo, la fuerza del agua hace que te mojes así estés un poco lejos del salto, es impresionante. Desde allí se hacen unos paseos caminando a otros pozos sabrosos para banarse. El salto es impresionante, es el mejor de ese lado del parque nacional canaima, es una visita impelable