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Tour Rio Caura River The Caura region has retained its original character, so far, as only few tourists visit this beautiful region. The hostel is located in the heart of the rainforest, directly in front of the Caura River. From the hostel to start a boat trip to Salto Para, an extraordinary waterfall surrounded by virgin rainforest. Accompanied by indigenous Yekwana learn much about their habits and peculiarities of the rainforest. In the Caura Lodge, visitors can choose between hammocks and double rooms with private bathroom. During the three day trip to Niagara to sleep in hammocks with mosquito nets. Discover the Caura River 200 years ago, more than 2,000 people were attracted by the virgin forest of the Rio Caura and sarrapia fruit growing there. The tonka beans, a kind of fruit, nut, was valuable for medicine and perfume industries because of its oil. Granite boulders prevented paddle wheel boats to push in the Caura in virgin forests. When the first rocks to expose the shape of the vessels "sarrapia-Searchers" he declared. The rocks presented by natural trench gave "The Trench" his name. The Caura River is the only "street" with a connection to civilization. A land partly paved road leads through a dense jungle of the trenches. Today the number of residents settled in around 80-100. Because of the oil boom many of them went to the cities. The Trinchereños Today "live from fishing and conucos (small fields conducted by the fire of compensation) or at our hostel. In cooperation with local residents offering a jungle tour to the "To fall" using a canoe of Indians in the Caura. With its rapid and rocks scattered throughout the former Guyana Shield, the river offers an exciting trip. With a little luck, we will be accompanied by dolphins river dolphins, turtles, otters, large numbers of birds such as herons, kingfishers, the hoatzin rarely, parrots, hawks, flycatchers, tanagers and if you have so you can see the harpy eagle. Our small hostel is located on the edge of town, directly on the Caura River. The terrace overlooking the strange landscape of rocks, is the center of almost all events that take place here, such as breakfast, dinner or just relax. Fishing, bathing, or explore the river with a kayak are a few possibilities for the day. In addition, we offer day trips to an island of granite rock in the Caura River, the "Salto de la Leona" in the Sierra de Maigualida and observations of animals in the Caño Mato. A colonial-style house, by our hostess, invites us with a large kitchen, living room and two bathrooms. The cock spoils her guests with delicious cuisine. We sleep under palm covered huts of the Indians using sunbeds, accompanied by the sounds of the rainforest. Anyone who likes to be accommodated in comfortable double rooms with private bathroom. You are warmly welcome to meet this paradise on earth. Brief Describtion: Day 1: Flight of Maiquetía, Caracas to Ciudad Bolivar. The unit of Ciudad Bolívar (Bolívar state) to the house in the Caura River. Hammocks or double room and private bath. (Dinner). Day 2: 5 to 6 pm on passage in an Indian canoe, the "boat" to a sandbank "El Playon" at the rapids of the river Caura. Hammocks. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner). Day 3: Jungle - Walk to the "To fall". Hammocks. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner). Day 4: Return to Caura Lodge. Hammocks or double room and private bath. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner). Day 5: Breakfast. Travel to Ciudad Bolivar to take the flight to Caracas. About the Caura: The Caura River is the third largest Venezela some 723 kilometers long and is one of the main tributaries of the Orinoco. The Orinoco, of course, is the largest river in Venezuela, and the third longest in the world. The Caura River headwaters are protected by 5,000,00 hectares a forest reserve, the largest forest reserve in the country. These are still primary forests. One of the main attractions of this river are the spectacular Falls of Para, where the river divides into seven streams. During the rainy season the water volume in the order higher than the Victoria Falls in Africa and the equally famous Iguazu Falls in Brazil. This is the area of Makiritare Yekwana or indigenous peoples. Makiritare in their language means "river man". Posada La Fe - Corozopando Posada La Fe - Corozopando is in Guarico state, on the main road from Calabozo to San Fernando de Apure. The Inn is part of the San Juan Ranch Camaguán, with an area of 1,070 hectares for agriculture, livestock activities and nature conservation. Its natural attractions are a beautiful pipe (branch of a river), to enjoy boating, for 9 months, gallery forests, morichals (outcrops of Mauritia flexuosa) and dunes covered with grass, where visitors can enjoy a great variety of birds and splendid landscapes of the Llanos. In the central plains of Venezuela are known as Los Llanos. In this vast territory of more pronounced contrasts you can meet a variety of flora and fauna. Over 300 species of birds have been identified: ducks, storks, ibises, herons, hoatzin, parrots, hawks, eagles, kingfishers, woodpeckers and more (list available on request), and other species including monkeys, anteaters, foxes , capybaras, alligators, etc. There are many natural attractions in the limits of Posada, a prominent Private Wildlife Reserve and Biological Station Masaguaral Ranch, where a conservation project to preserve local alligator, caiman del Orinoco, have been developed since 1978. The facilities are designed and built in a traditional ranch style and adapted to the natural environment. (capacity of 10 to 14 people). The tours are in a 4x4 vehicle, boat or horse. Expedition also be launched from Puerto Ordaz or Ciudad Bolivar (morning) could be combined with Falls Angel ..) Finished in Puerto Auyachucho Amazon.
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|Valid from||2nd Nov 2009||Valid til||2nd Nov 2019|
|Minimum days||1||Maximum days||1000|
|Min people||1||Max people||100|
|$95.00 Per day|
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