Roraima - Coati Route
A stunning trail along the Gran Sabana with the incredible view of Roraima will increase our resistance before reaching the top. We’ll explore the top for four days. At the summit, we will experience natural lagoons, caves, a waterfall, and the triple point of frontier between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana.
Our trip to Roraima begins in Boa Vista. Here we take a van to Santa Elena de Uairén. We rest the first night to gather energy for the adventure that awaits us. Then we drove for about 2 hours to Paraitepui, the nearest indigenous community of Roraima. This is where we start walking. We walked the trails of the Sabana for two days before arriving at the base of the mountain. The journey to the base leads us to unforgettable views of Sabana, endemic flora and fauna and various rivers. We came to the top through an arduous trail and spent two days there. The local experienced guide will lead us through unimaginable rocky formations, caves, a waterfall that forms in a deep hole, and the triple boundary point. In the next two days, we return to PARAITEPUI, where we take transportation to Santa Elena. After a night of rest, we go back to good view.
Enjoy a spectacular trek to Roraima through the stunning Sabana.
Dive into two magnificent rivers along the trek.
Explore the top of Roraima for 4 days with specialists, local guides.
An astonishing hike to the Brazilian side on top of Roraima.
Bathe in a natural lake at the top of Roraima.
Camp in a half-cave.
Stunning views of the top: the Sabana, ancient rocks, waterfall, magnificent caves, and a valley of crystals, among others.
Posada, 2 nights
Camping, 8 nights
Day 1: Arrival to Boa Vista and ground transportation to Santa Elena de Uairén.
Day 2: Departure from Santa Elena to Paraitepui. Hiking to the first camp at Kukenán River.
Day 3: Hiking through monumental views of the Gran Sabana up to Base Camp.
Day 4: Trekking up through the walls of Roraima.
Day 5: An astonishing hike to the Brazilian side will take us through the Crystals’ Valley and the natural ponds.
Day 6: Visit to the triple border point and the Pit.
Day 7: Visit to La Proa, Gladys lake, and the triple point.
Day 8: Explore the Window to Kukenán, the Cathedral fall, the Abyss, and the natural ponds.
Day 9: Descent to Tek River.
Day 10: Descent to Paraitepui. Ground transportation to Santa Elena.
Day 11: Ground transportation from Santa Elena to Boa Vista.
Assistance at the Boa Vista international airport.
Ground transportation from Boa Vista to Santa Elena de Uairén (roundtrip).
Ground transportation from Santa Elena de Uairén to Paraitepui (roundtrip).
Accommodations: In a Posada for 2 nights and 8 nights camping.
Professional, bilingual, and local guide throughout the trek.
All meals during the trek.
Porters for tents, food, and kitchen utensils.
Radio communication for emergencies.
Group First Aid Kit.
Sleeping mat for insulation.
Camp stove and fuel.
Large containers for water.
Garmin GPS Portable.
Porter for personal luggage.