On this 12-day boat tour, we will go through a pristine vast jungle in Bolívar State in order to sail along the Caura, which is considered one of the most important rivers of Venezuela. The Caura is a tributary of the Orinoco River (the largest river in the country), and it drains the Guiana Highlands moist forests eco-region. Its basin is inhabited by both the Ye'kuana and Sanema indigenous groups. You’ll have the opportunity to visit the different fishing areas along the Caura and look for different species of fish. You will also be able to practice your favourite recreational fishing style aboard different types of boats. You can also fish from large rocks in the middle of the river or from the river bank; either in calm water or in the rapids. There are other places of interest that you could also visit such as the Pará Falls, a 5,608-meter wide Caura River waterfall, which the second largest one in the world. This half-moon shaped waterfall is formed where two parts of the river come together and drop down almost 60 meters, each side of a lush, green jungle island. Important: we would like to emphasise that accommodations are particularly rustic; that is to say, you will have to sleep in a hammock in the middle of a tropical rainforest for several nights. Although you can do this activity at any time of the year, the best time to visit the river is during the dry season which runs from mid-December to mid-May.