A trip to Guyana is incomplete if you don’t take Kaieteur Falls splashes on your face at least once in the Kaieteur National Park! The most exceptional natural wonders of South America is the prodigious fusion of height and volume of water!
If you visit the Kaieteur Falls, boast about being at the world’s widest single drop waterfall!
Watch 1140 metric tons of water pouring down 226 m straight!
The tallest single drop in the world, Kaieteur is almost four times taller than Niagara Falls!
This goodly facet of Potaro River hosts 3,100 visitors every year, and thus is never overcrowded!
With an average width of 113 m, the falls throw out 663 cubic meters of water per second!
The force of water falling results in an unusual phenomenon, the constant hurricane!
Kaieteur Falls can be reached by road, by air or river expedition.
This wide coffee-colored torrent runs for continuous 225 kilometers!
Plan your trip to this European discovery considering the foggy weather in some time of the year!