River Expeditions And Excursions Tabaro, River Nichare And Caura 10 Days/9 Nights

This expedition and the circuits of 6.10, 15 days will take place in a little-known region of Venezuela.

This beautiful place in the environment of virgin forest and is rarely visited by tourists, is a very hidden, only makes special trips very adventurous people, people who want to share and be alone with nature

This expedition and tours, takes you to learn to live with the Indians, knowing of the forest, wildlife and how to survive with the natives.

This expedition and excurisiones are special, the place is right, no traffic of people or tourists.

Expeditions and excursions are organized 1 0 2 times a year, it all depends on people who want to make this trip. ..

All equipment and supplies will be taken, because there is no action in this remote area.

The Caura River and its tributaries, Rio Nichare, Rio Tabaro; The Caura River is black and is … tributary of the Orinoco. The color comes from tannic acid, a forest product. For acid pH level, there are no mosquitoes in this region.

The Nichare is a tributary of Caura river black, the color comes from tannic acid, a forest product.

Tabaro The river is a clear pale green river, a tributary Nichare; The color comes from tannic acid forest products.

The Caura River Basin has an area of ​​30,000 km 2, belonging to the Amazon jungle. The forest

extends to Brazil .. The Caura is one of the cleanest rivers in Venezuela, because it allowed mining, timber industry, which could contaminate the water in the forest reserve.

Upstream from the trenches, but are not indigenous. In this area live Ye’kwana

and Sanema (Yanomami) hoti (nomads)

The driver took us through some rapids and a maze of stone. Apart from some scattered

not spending anything. Everything is packed in sealed containers. Enjoy a great beach, swim

and fish …..

Hopefully we will see some animals. and poultry ……

There are a variety of birds: macaws, herons, COTU, toucans, hummingbirds, etc.

Overnight stays in hammocks under indigenous roofs, accompanied by the sounds of the jungle.

We visited a typical plantation, we can see and buy crafts from the Indians.

You can see the development of cassava. Basic Food Yarake Indians (wine) could be tested.

The forest walks are an adventure. We appreciate the variety of tropical vegetation

And I know that many plants, some of them medicinal.

The Caura has the potential to keep all their people.

Caura River Basin and its tributaries, has a great diversity and scenic beauty, wide range of geographic environments of the rock in the floodplain complex tepuyes. Forests are a carbon sink more than 1.4 million tons of biomass, equivalent to about 700 million tons of carbon. Moreover, a high diversity of flora more than 2,600 species of vascular plants in 661 genera grouped and 172 families distributed in the Caura River Basin. Representatives of high endemism, with more than 88.3% of genera and representing 17% of plant diversity in Venezuela and 28% of plant diversity in Guyana. It is also rich in wildlife diversity, with more than 32% of the species recorded in Venezuela and 53% of the species of the Venezuelan Guayana, which represents a community of animals that do not occur anywhere else in Venezuela and Guyana Shield. The representation of the fauna of this region includes 168 species of mammals, 475 species of birds, 34 species of amphibians and 53 species of reptiles.

Preliminary information indicates that the diversity of birds is higher in Venezuela. Recent studies have recorded 191 species of aquatic fish, 9 species of crustaceans and three species of mollusks. 13 species are endemic to Venezuela, 35 species are endangered, and 251 have restricted the Venezuelan Guayana.

Implications for coastal ecosystems

Theoretically, riparian forests and other herbaceous and shrub communities of coastal ecosystems act as regulators of the physical and chemical characteristics of aquatic ecosystems adjacent turn affect the biodiversity of these ecosystems through biological chains, bacteria, phyto – and zooplankton, invertebrates, algae, fish and aquatic, freshwater mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds and some vertebrates.

Also consider the intangibles that have these forests for humans, for example, the landscape, culture, wealth of resources of coastal ecosystems of the Caura are high productivity and biodiversity, as it would be these ecosystems. Sediments produced by the river and balance existing riparian biota.

We have shown the high dependence on direct and indirect Ye’kwana resources and river systems that support our daily lives more than 70% of the plants are useful.

The vegetation of the Caura River Basin is dominated by wet forest formations. Its dense hydrographic network of the Caura attaches great importance to international action in the production of water, surrounded by riparian forests that show different hydrological aquatic eco relationships that determine the structure and composition of earth tones, eco-water environments. These riparian forests, despite having a low local diversity, usually associated with the intensity of floods, ecosystems differ from the mainland by adding information from the regional and landscape diversity related to hydrodynamics and geomorphology of each functional coastal landscape. Hence the importance of conservation in terms of representation and taxonomic uniqueness

Nichare Rio Tours – Rio Tabaro 10 days

1days: Ciudad Bolivar-maripa-Camp the Cocuiza

8:00 a.m.-out, Ciudad Bolivar-Butterfly (approx. 04 hours by car)

9:00 a.m. Breakfast in the via

12:00 pm Lunch port of fishermen Maripa

01:00 pm boat and start sailing the Rio Caura, ca. 06 hours

05:00 pm Arrival at the camp site overnight Cocuiza

07:00 pm Dinner

2Days: the Cocuiza Camp – Rio Tabaro

08:00 am Breakfast

09:00 am Departure, continue the boat trip crossing aprox.08 hours

12:00 pm Lunch

01:30 pm Continue browsing and the crossing of the Caura River and to the point nichare  Camp.

03:30 pm Arrival at the camp site river Tabaro  (provisionall camp installation)

07:00 pm DINNER

3Days: Activities

08:00 am Breakfast

09:00 am Departure for fishing, wildlife viewing, bird and other animals see

02:00 pm Return to camp and free time

07:00 pm Dinner

09:00 pm Departure by boat for 1hr to observe crocodiles and other animals

After enjoying night in hammocks with mosquito net

4days: Activities

08:00 am Breakfast

9:30 a.m. Walk through the jungle to see some wildlife

04:00 pm Return to camp and free time

07:00 pm Dinner

09:00 pm departure  Unlimited hours in  boat

After last night enjoy hammocks with mosquito net

5Days: activities

08:00 am Breakfast

9:00 a.m. Walk through the jungle and follow the river until the header Tabaro

02:00 pm Installing provinsional camps

07:00 pm Dinner

6Dias: activities

07:00 AM Breakfast

8:00 a.m. Walk through the jungle and visit the high momtñas.

04:30 pm Return to Camp

07:00 pm Dinner

7Days: activities

08:00 am Breakfast

9:00 a.m. along the river Tabaro

04:30 pm activities, visit cassava plantation.

07:00 pm Dinner

8days: activities

08:00 am Breakfast

10:00 a.m. bath and jump in natural yacuzzi.

02:30 pm Free time to investigate and take photos.

07:00 pm Dinner

9 Days: Return camp – mouth Nichare community

08:00 am Breakfast

10:00 a.m. Departure.

04:30 pm activities, visit cassava plantation.

07:00 pm Dinner

10days: Return-Butterfly – Ciudad Bolivar 7hr

6:00 a.m.exit to continue sailing the Caura River to the fishing port of Maripa

08:00 am Breakfast in boats

12:00 pm arrival at the port of Maripa and Lunch

01:00 pm Departure cars for Ciudad Bolivar

04:30 pm Arrival in Ciudad Bolívar,

Publicado el julio 26, 2011 en TURISMO. Añade a favoritos el enlace permanente. 3 comentarios.

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