Laguna Canaima
Venezuela, Canaima National Park

Laguna Canaima, also known as Laguna de Canaima, is a stunning natural attraction located in Canaima National Park in southeastern Venezuela. Canaima National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and covers an area of ​​over 30,000 square kilometers, making it one of the largest national parks in the world.

The Canaima Lagoon is particularly famous for its picturesque location, surrounded by tall tepuis ( mesas) and lush tropical forest. The tepuis in the area are some of the oldest geological formations on Earth and are characterized by their unique flat tabletop shape.

Visitors to Canaima Lagoon can enjoy boat rides around the lagoon, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The water in the lagoon is usually reddish brown due to the presence of tannins leached from the region's rich plant life. The lagoon is also home to several waterfalls, including the impressive Acha Falls.

Tourists often use Canaima as a base to further explore the surrounding natural wonders, including Angel Falls, the world's tallest continuous waterfall , which is located in the same national park. Laguna Canaima and its surroundings offer a rich and diverse ecosystem, providing a unique and unforgettable experience for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.