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Kawi Meru (Kawi Fall), The Great Savannah, Canaima National Park (Venezuela)

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Going down an inmense jasper creek the river forms a waterfall drop about 6 meters high that descend to make a lagoon of 8-10 meters deep on average.

It is a place known for its colorful and its magnificent pool, widely used by those wishing to take a refreshing bath with temperatures between 10-12 celsius degrees.

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