This area south of the Orinoco and including the Orinoco Delta is an incredibly diverse region. The area encompasses the high grasslands, waterfalls, and table top mountains of La Gran Sabana, Canaima National Park, including Angel Falls, the forests of Amazonas, and the waterways of the Orinoco Delta.Although this area accounts for almost half of the country, it is home to only 5 % of the population. Most of those people here live in the region's two cities, Ciudad Guayana and Ciudad Bolivar. Indians also inhabit this area, most of which live in remote villages in the Orinoco Delta or on the plains of La Gran Sabana.
Canaima National Park
Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
Parque El Zanjon (Casa de Tejas)
Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela
Santa Elena de Uairen, Venezuela
Santa Elena is not an attraction in itself but it is one of the few stopping places for visitors to La Gran Sabana. Located at the end of highway 10, which runs through La Gran Sabana, it is the last town before the Brazilian border. It is possible to arrange tours of La Gran Sabana and flights to Angel Falls from Santa Elena.
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