"Roraima" (2.800 m) is the highest table mountain in Venezuela. It forms the boundary of three countries: Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela.
The existence on its summit of quartz-crystals has also given it the name of "Crystal Mountain".
Every visitor who reaches the top comes under the spell of a spectacle of light and shadow, thundering wind and storm, shifting cloud and mist from the gorge, all under a hot tropical sun.
On the top of Roraima