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Memories traveler: La Llovizna park / The meet between Caroní and Orinoco rivers.

Memories traveler: La Llovizna park / The meet between Caroní and Orinoco rivers.

December 2019 · 3 min read · Ciudad Guayana (San Félix)

Hello dear travelers,

Receive a warm welcome to my travel memories. On this occasion I will tell you about my brief visit to Ciudad Guayana in the largest state of Venezuela. The Bolivar State.

In July 2013, I traveled twice to the Bolivar State to deal with work matters. On the first occasion, I stayed at the Hoter Venetur Orinoco, from where I only arrived to sleep. However, from the same hotel, some of the activities that are organized is the trip through the Caroní River to observe two tourist attractions. The jump of the Drizzle and the encounter between the Orinoco and Caroní rivers. Curiously, very similar to the encounter between the Negro River and the Amazon River that I had seen around the city of Manaus in Brazil.

On the morning of July 15, I went down some steps from the hotel pool area to a small pier to board the tourist barge.

I took the panoramic picture of the Hotel from where just a few minutes before I had on-boarded.

The color of the Caroní river water is quite black, in that sense, nothing has to envy to the Brazilian Black River.

The navigation is of short duration until reaching the jumps, the rapid flow of the river raises a type of drizzle that wets the tourists. understand that this takes its name when it approaches the waterfall.

The view of the stretch of the Caroní river that borders the City is beautiful.

On one of the rocks of the water jump was a person standing watching the tourist ships, his small boat is anchored on the shore. I wondered what he was doing there. Maybe he is fishing?

After the passage through the Leap of Drizzle, the boat went to the Orinoco River. The crossing was also a few minutes, maybe only 20. We passed under a concrete bridge until we reached the meeting of the rivers. On this occasion the photograph I took captured the contrast I did not take in Manaus. Very beautiful!

Thank you very much for reading me. I hope you have enjoyed my experiences and that they serve as a stimulus for you in the future to consider knowing this wonderful place.

See you soon.

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Camera / Smartphone: Canon PowerShot A590 IS / HTS One S

Category: Nature park

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Location / Date: Ciudad Guayana - Venezuela / Jul , 2013

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Photographer: @janaveda

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