To reach the Lost World, you first have to give civilization the slip.You accomplish this by taking a series of ever-smaller aircraft into Guayana – not the country, but a remote southeastern territory of Venezuela whose highlands, grasslands and vast rain forests represent some of the last unexplored terrain on Earth.
A Boeing 757 takes you from Miami to the coastal capital of Caracas.From Simon Bolivar airport, you fly south in a smaller 727-type plane to the town of Puerto Ordaz. There, you board a six-seater prop plane. Roads and rooftops disappear as the aircraft flies out over 7.5 million acre Canaima National Park.
NOTE FROM SITE ADMINISTRATOR – FLIGHTS NO LONGER FLY FROM THE USA TO VENEZUELA.