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History

Mount Roraima, located in South America on the border of Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana, is one of the oldest geological formations on Earth, dating back over two billion years. It is considered a sacred site by the indigenous people who live in the surrounding areas.

How to Get There

The most common way to reach Mount Roraima is by flying into the nearest airport in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, and then taking a combination of buses and hikes to reach the base of the mountain.

List of Attractions

  • Summiting Mount Roraima
  • Exploring the unique flora and fauna of the mountain
  • Visiting the stunning Kukenan and Yuruaní waterfalls

Ticket Information

There is no entrance fee required to visit Mount Roraima, but visitors are encouraged to hire a local guide for safety reasons and to support the local economy.

List of Tips for Visiting

  • Be prepared for changing weather conditions, including rain and fog
  • Bring plenty of water and snacks for the journey
  • Respect the local customs and traditions of the indigenous people

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