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"La Llovizna" National Park, Ciudad Guayana, Bolivar (Venezuela)

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"La Llovizna" (The Mist) National Park is formed by a portion of the islands and jumps lower Caroni, part of the park contains a grid of 30 islands connected by stone walkways and numerous nature trails heavily wooded, and the sixty-foot waterfall "La Llovizna" as the highlight of the park.

This beautiful place is located in Bolivar State, and has beautiful green areas rich in flora and fauna, where you can breathe a peaceful natural environment, which together with its impressive waterfalls delight the senses of its visitors.

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