This cooperative, born from the hand of Dichenedu `Ye Kwan (Miguel was) a man of Indian roots of ethnic Yekwana.Tras his love of nature decided to spend their time and dedication to this great work as it is Yekwanaadventures, the main objective of this cooperative to make known the wonders of our beautiful country Venezuela.
The purpose of this initiative is to enact Tourism in Venezuela, especially in the Caura River and its tributaries, this being an area rarely visited by tourists.
For all these reasons Yekwanaadventures, offers the services of qualified and responsible people have the experience of a local guide with full knowledge of the area, which is fluent in Spanish and English as well as their language spoken in this area (Yekwana .) which has the recognition of Lonelly Planet.
The Cooperative Tours Adventures Ye’kwana up the Caura River and its tributaries.
The Caura River is a river virgin jungle uninfluenced by civilization, the river leaves the jungle is black water. It means that water is very clear, brown and acid and so there are not many mosquitos in the area; Next Caura River and its tributaries are several indigenous communities in the Ye’kwana and Sanema. The cooperative is a cooperative Ye’kwana Ye’kwana Adventures based in the community “Nichare Mouth.”
One of the most beautiful sites of the Caura River is the “kuyuwi Soodü” (Kettle Falls). It is a very famous leap and a beauty that can hardly describe, divides the Caura The jump in “Upper Caura” and “low Caura.” Because the jump with a height of 60 meters can not sail boat. Indians spend their goods bearing on their guayares (backpacks) walking through the jungle. The road is 6 km and rises from the huge beach paradiciaca known as “El Playon”.
We offer special excursions. Visitors will be accompanied by indigenous and will visit places further and almost unknown. They will meet with the Indians of the Rio Caura and will participate for a time in their life and culture heritage. We also offer traditional Indian food in our trips.