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Roraima Tepui: Jacuzzis, Canaima National Park (Venezuela)
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Of all the Tepuis (especially steep plateau with vertical walls and very flat tops) that exist in the Venezuelan territory, the most popular one is Roraima, not only for being the tallest of them, but it also has a lot of points of interest and great beauty.

One of the most frequented by everyone who comes to this lost world, are the "Jacuzzis, a special place in which over the centuries, the flow of water has formed a series of natural pools in the rocks, and supplemented with crystalline water and ground with quartz crystals, form a unique place of sublime energy and exuberant beauty.

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