Canaima is a 12,000 sq mi park located in the southern region of Venezuela. It was established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Here, rolling savannas, moriche palm groves, mountainous forests, and dense river woodlands join sheer cliffs that drop from astounding flat-topped table mountains called tepuis
It is home to the Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world
The area inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s dinosaur-filled novel, “The Lost World,” which was later an inspiration to the author Michael Crichton while writing “Jurassic Park”