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Rio Caura is a quite unknown river in the center of Venezuela with lots of animals and still unexplored
Start in Ciudad Bolivar to Maripa by four-wheel drive for about 4
hours. Lunch in Maripa and afterwards we pack the boat and for about 4
hours we go up the river to the first camp. There we have dinner.
After breakfast, we continue the way up the river and reach the Indio
village Niachare, where we will meet the natives of Yekwana. We will
explore the village and its Conuco (Yuka plantation). We will fish in
the river. Dinner and overnight stay in a side rive of Rio Caura.
After breakfast we will go to "El Playón" at the lower end of Rio
Caura. It has a beautiful beach and the rapids invites to bath.
Overnight stay and dinner will be in the camp.
Today we will walk for about 7 km to the exciting waterfall Salto Para
after breakfast. The walk is easy and the nature really overwhelming.
During rain season the waterfall has more water than the well known
Iguassu falls. At the afternoon we return to "El Playón" and will have
Time has come to say goodbye to this paradise, we go back by boat to
Maripa after breakfast and with the four-wheel-drive to Ciudad Bolivar
where we will arrive at about 6pm.
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