Dedicado a nuestra hermosa naturaleza

Dedicated to all of nature's beauty

        Ilustrador: Frank Paredes ©orinoquiart
Ilustrador: Frank Paredes ©orinoquiart


Orinoco Delta

Hello my dear trotramundos here sharing one of my most wonderful experiences in the magnificent Orinoco Delta, where nature lives here, flora and fauna in abundance, splendor canals and forests a paradise to visit, beautiful experience.


In this journey I had the great pleasure to share this beautiful jungle camp, Orinoco Delta Lodge between water and forest, beautiful gardens, giant palms moriche, coconut palms and also beautiful puma named Tobi.



the cabins overlooking the river where I had the pleasure of watching the passing of his people in their canoes and boats; contemplate many birds including herons flying fleets, parakeets, the songs of toucans and countless other wildlife.

this nature inspired me, is a paradise to discover, amazing hospitality, and excelent service of this people. 



start-up and make my journey cross the river to visit the school where I was delivery donations for children of primary, which I was delivered directly to the person responsible for there at the camp.

I had the pleasure of knowing them, spend some time with them goodbye and returned again the next day.


I return the next day visit the Indigennous child schoolhouse, them I see the happy face, they fully active at the time of crafts, carnival masks making their cutting, coloring it was nice to see you this happy childs.

Goodbye everyone, see you next time I have to follow the route to other indigenous communities … 


What a beautiful experience share with these children of angelic faces and happiness around them … in a world between water and jungle.


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to visit Orinoco Delta Lodge  info


Thanks to Orinoco Delta lodge 

Thankyou Genaro & flia  - Marco - carlos was very nice people 

Thankyou Judith - Eva.


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Expedition Roraima

La Gran Sabana. Venezuela

La Gran Sabana and her majestic ancient lands.   


Expedition Roraima.

Elevation 2,810 m (9,219 ft)[1]
Prominence 2,338 m (7,671 ft)[1]


Mount Roraima (Spanish: Monte Roraima [ˈmonte roˈɾaima], also known as Tepuy Roraima and Cerro Roraima; Portuguese: Monte Roraima [ˈmõtʃi ʁoˈɾajmɐ]) is the highest of the Pakaraima chain of tepui plateau in South America.[4]:156 First described by the English explorer Sir Walter Raleigh in 1596, its 31 km2 summit area[4]:156 is defended by 400-metre-tall cliffs on all sides. The mountain includes the triple border point of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana.[4]:156

Flora and fauna

Vegetation on Mount Roraima

Many of the species found on Roraima are unique to the plateau.[5] Plants such as pitcher plants (Heliamphora), Campanula (a bellflower), and the rare Rapatea heather are commonly found on the escarpment and summit.[4]:156–157 It rains almost every day of the year. Almost the entire surface of the summit is bare sandstone, with only a few bushes (Bonnetia roraimœ) and algae present.[3]:517[6]:464[7]:63 "[L]ow scanty and bristling vegetation" is also found in the small, sandy marshes that intersperse the rocky summit.[3]:517 Most of the nutrients that are present in the soil are washed away by torrents that cascade over the edge, forming some of the highest waterfalls in the world.

There are many examples of unique fauna atop Cerro Roraima. Oreophrynella quelchii, commonly called the Roraima Bush Toad, is a diurnal toad usually found on open rock surfaces and shrubland. It is a species of toad in the Bufonidae family and breeds by direct development. [8]

The species is currently listed as vulnerable and there is a need for increased education among tourists to make them aware of the importance of not handling these animals in the wild. Close population monitoring is also required, particularly since this species is known only from a single location. The species is protected in Monumento Natural Los Tepuyes in Venezuela, and Parque Nacional Monte Roraima in Brazil.[9]


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The Chirikayen mountain

Feel the magical world

Chirikayen (también escrito Chirikayen-tepui1 o Tepuy Chirikayen, que en españolquiere decir «Lugar de los Pericos» y llamado alternativamente el Gigante acostado) es el nombre que recibe un Tepuy2 o meseta abrupta que pertenece al país suramericano de Venezuela,3 recibe esa denominación por una aldea indígena local cercana llamada Chirikayen que a su vez fue llamada así por los pericos que se encuentran en los alrededores del tepuy llamados Chirikas. Alcanza los 1650 metros sobre el nivel del mar, y se encuentra en la Gran Sabana siendo parte del Parque Nacional Canaima, el más grande de Venezuela. Administrativamente es parte del Municipio Gran Sabanadel Estado Bolívar.4


Chirikayen (also spelled Chirikayen-tepui1 or Tepuy Chirikayen, which in Spanish means "Place of the Parrots" and alternatively called the Giant lying) is the name given to an abrupt plateau Tepuy2 or belonging to the South American country of Venezuela, 3 receives the designation by a local Indian village nearby called Chirikayen which in turn was named after the parrots that are in the vicinity of the tepui called Chirikas. Reaches 1650 meters above sea level and is located in the Gran Sabana being part of Canaima National Park, the largest in Venezuela. Administratively it is part of the municipality Gran Sabana Bolívar State