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Kama Meru (Kama Fall), The Great Savannah, Canaima National Park (Venezuela)
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Kama Meru Or Kama Fall, is a beautiful waterfall of about 50 mts in height which is located in the eastern sector of Canaima National Park, known as La Gran Sabana (The Great Savannah). At the top is the most visited camping spot in the park, with beautiful green areas and facilities for campers.

This waterfall is especially renowned for the evening, when the sunlight makes a spectacular rainbow which complements the idyllic view of the place.

Copyright: Jesús González
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Uploaded: 29/08/2012
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: gran sabana; great savannah; waterfall; kama; canaima; bolivar; venezuela
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