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Ian Wright travels to Venezuela, the country where Columbus first set foot on South American soil. Ian starts his journey in the Andes. Home to the country's five highest peaks which souring to heights exceeding 15,000 feet, the state of Meridas is known as the roof of Venezuela. From Meridas Ian heads south by bus to Hato Pinero, a vast 500 square mile ranch situated in the flat grasslands that cover almost a third of the country. This is Venezuela's answer to the Wild West, and it's inhabited by the Yanieros, some of the toughest cowboys on the planet. From Hato Pinero Ian heads to Caracas, the capital of Venezuela where a quarter of the country's population lives. He stops off en route in the small town of Chivacoa, the centre of a religious cult sacred to Maria Lionsa, the nature goddess. Not far from Caracas is Los Roques, an arcapellaco of 300 sun kissed islands, coral reefs and sand bars of the North coast. It's a favorite sea-side haunt of stars such as Bruce Willis and Leonardo Di Caprio and since it was designated a national park in 1972 flights here have been restricted, which means it never gets too crowded. From Los Roques Ian flies south to the rainforest region of Gran Sabana. The area is also known as the Lost World because of its strange pre-historic landscapes, where some people even claim to have seen dinosaurs. He embarks on a 3 day boat trip down river from Kamorata, through the rapids of Devil's Canyon. For the final part of his trip he has to trek through the rainforest to reach Angel Falls, the world' tallest waterfall.
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