Photo: Jorge Silva
A birthday party held on a mountain sacred to indigenous Venezuelans has generated outrage over damage to the area in an episode critics see as entitled excess playing out amid Venezuela’s prolonged economic collapse.
Source: In Venezuela, damage from party on sacred mountain spurs outrage
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At 3,212 feet, Salto Ángel is the world’s tallest, uninterrupted waterfall. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The journey there, however, can be perilous at times, taking you through river rapids, uphill treks and near misses that could easily end in a sharp plunge of no return if you happen to lose your guide or your grip, as one Loop reader from Cayman shared on his recent trip there.
Source: A visit to Salto Ángel, the world’s tallest, uninterrupted waterfall | Loop Cayman Islands
The world’s tallest waterfall is located within the beautiful Canaima National Park in the Guiana Highlands, in the Bolivar State in Southeastern Venezuela.
Source: Which Is The Tallest Waterfall In The World?
The world’s largest waterfall is located in Venezuela – Angel Falls. In the language of Pemon people, this natural phenomenon is the ‘’waterfall of the deepest place’’.
Source: Things You Didn’t Know About The Largest Waterfall On The Planet
Venezuela – Canaima National Park
Husband & Wife team of James Pearson & Caroline Ciavaldini scaled the Angel Falls the highest Water Fall In Venezuela. The fall got acknowledged as world’s dazzling natural, uninterrupted waterfall. Has been declared by the UNESCO as a “World Heritage Site”.
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) – Canaima National Park
Angel Falls is a waterfall in Venezuela. It is the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall, with a height of 979 meters (3,212 ft) and a plunge of 807 meters (2,648 ft).
Photo: Daily Mail
Angel Falls, known as Salto Angel, in Venezuela, is nearly a km high, and sees the streams of water drop from the tops high above and disappear into a white mist, obscuring the view of the ground.
Source: Jaw-dropping drone footage captures world’s highest waterfall