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Anaway Falls, Gran Sabana, Canaima National Park (Venezuela)

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Located in the eastern sector of Canaima National Park in the Gran Sabana of Venezuela, and traveling about 4 km from the route 10, taking the turn at about 30 km from Luepa, for a clay soil, wet it can be as slippery as ice and scream, which also includes several crossings of plains shores of the Kamoirán river, you can get to Anaway FAlls, which is a cascade of about 5 meters high by 40 wide, which makes a beautiful natural spa that can be enjoyed in full contact with nature.

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