It lies on the border of three Countries; Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. It is part of Venezuela’s Canaima National Park which is also home to the beautiful Angel Falls and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mount Roraima’s flat surface is surrounded by 400 metre high sheer cliff faces and its highest point is is Maverick Rock at 2,810 meters.
In many photos and satellite imagery, Mount Roraima is surrounded or engulfed by clouds. This is because the area is surrounded by thick rain-forest. Tropical heat causes the moisture from the rain-forest to rise and condense over and around the mountain as heavy clouds. As a result, Mount Roraima is almost always in clouds and it rains nearly every day.
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