The mystical Mount Roraima, legends and magnificent views with unusual creatures - all together in one place the highest mountain chain Pakaraima in South America.
Located on the border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, Mount Roraima is one of the most incredible natural geological formations in the world, dating from the Precambrian era than 2 billion years ago. Once the locals are called mountain Center of the Earth.
According to the legends them on top of Roraima lived goddess Quinn deems to ancestor of all humans on the planet. Roraima is about 2800 meters. The only way road that leads to the top, from the side of the Gran Sabana in Venezuela.
That is why we utochnennie because the mountain is still in Venezuela. The mountain is part of Canaima National Park, home to the unusual animals and floral species that thrive only there.
The National Park is a World Heritage by UNESCO. There is another fact that makes it extraordinary: it is estimated that in the park and in Roraima water as possible purest form. As it does not occur anywhere else in the world - untouched by man.
And no wonder, Roraima is a great challenge and 400-meter walls have climbed by few. The mountain has its special place and adventure literature. In the novels of Arthur Conan Doyle's "Lost World" Young Journalist passes through one of the most unusual landscapes in the world, to get to his beloved.
Arthur Conan Doyle describes the world of the Amazon rainforest and Mount Roraima through adventures through which the young man in the name of love. The mountain is attractive to tourists and revered place of the locals.
Roraima is shrouded in mystery - an impression which remains constant dense clouds which it is hug. Watching mountain jungle, it looks like the cliffs losers in the clouds. The vertical sides are flocking waterfalls that complement the scene and make the mountain even more curious. From one of these waterfalls starts and one of the largest rivers in South America - Orinoco.
You can visit Roraima at any time of year, but note that the rains are almost daily. This is the reason for developed lush vegetation that gave home to many endemic species. It is also important to know that this mountain is very difficult to access and usually transitions continue through at least five days with experienced guides.