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Arapan Meru (Pacheco Creek), The Great Savannah, Canaima National Park (Venezuela)

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Arapan Meru is a waterfall located in the eastern sector (known as La Gran Sabana <>) of the Canaima National Park in Venezuela. It is a place visited because of the campsite at the top, which is one of the most used by vacationers in the area. It consists of the waters that run along the Pacheco creek, forming a cascade of about 25 meters, with waters that are pretty clear surrounded by green vegetation, while highlighting its rocks and wells.

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