Cortinas del río Yuruaní - 5.0 out of
They are very close to the Eiffel Iron Bridge, at mile 247, is not accessible to any vehicle but is nearby and you can walk quietly. There you can enjoy a beautiful and wide waterfall that reflects many colors in the water product of tannins and brownstones in the background. There are guides that allow you to take a walk behind the jump, from one extreme to another. It is very beautiful and energizing this place but beware of strong currents and abundant water stones. If you want to do it in a well swim to shore if the river flow is low.
From Santa Elena de Uairen expeditions are organized to form the curtains fall river Yuruaní waters are suitable for rafting and bodyrafting (slip by natural slides), this type of sports requires specialized equipment and guides , this because of the speed and force of the river.
La Quebrada de Jaspe - 5.0 out of
It is located at kilometer 273 and only a few meters from the main road.
It is perhaps the most f amoso and popular of La Gran Sabana, consists of a spring that falls through a smooth jasper about 300 meters long, with a water level that does not exceed 5 inches.
The name: La Quebrada de Jaspe, is because the background is a semi-precious stone called Jaspe, which is actually a composite of quartz and silica, with a strong red color.
It is a fascinating place surrounded by trees vacationers enjoy sliding on this slab diza slips nicely polished by the passage of water. Also like to receive massage from their small jumps, lying face down in the various falls into which the creek. Important not remove or break the jasper, is strictly prohibited to take this or any other natural material area.
tomamos 3 avionetas para llegar desde CCS, llegamos y nos atendieron de maravilla, fuimos a todos los sitios, alucinantes, increible, no hay palabras, pasamos la noche y había luna llena y fue lo mejor, el amanecer!, la luna ocultandose tras el tepuy mientras del otro lado salía el sol e iluminaba todo ... unos colores indescriptibles e increibles, vale la pena quedarse una noche sólo por ver el amanecer...