From American Airlines Nexos Magazine: Win a trip to Venezuela

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Recognize the guy in the photo?  He’s Boarding Area blogger Rapid Travel Chai and he’s posing in front of the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall: Angel Falls.

Venezuela’s Angel Falls is located about 550 miles outside of Caracas in Canaima National Park.   The water drops over the edge of Auyantepui mountain, falling more than  2,600 feet into the Gauja River.

And if you’ve ever wanted to see it, here’s your chance!

American’s Spanish language in-flight magazine, Nexos, is sponsoring a sweepstakes that offers the winner a vacation trip to visit the falls:

Enter to win a trip for two to Angel Falls in Venezuela.

Dates of travel are November 2 – 6, 2013.

A finalist to be named one of the “Seven Wonders Of The World”, Angel Falls is located in Canaima National Park in Venezuela.

Surrounded by a stunning landscape, Angel Falls is 15 times higher than Niagara Falls. Its approximate 52 meters of height makes it the highest waterfall in the world.

The Prize consists of:

• Two tickets to Caracas on American Airlines,

• five nights’ hotel accommodations for two in Venezuela (November 2 – 6, 2013)

• Transfer to Canaima National park and guided tours.

The sweepstakes runs through Sep. 30, 2013 at 11:59 pm CST, and all you have to do is submit your name and contact information.

Want to know see the falls?  Check out this 3D panorama.

Go here to enter.  Good luck!!

Photo: Angel Falls
Credit: Rapid Travel Chai on Flickr

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  1. I have two friends who grew up in Caracas and they feel unsafe when they go home to see family. For that reason, and because of stories like yours, Caracas isn’t high on my list of places to visit.

    Thanks for sharing the link.

  2. Evidently you guys didn’t read the post and the offer. AA flies to CCS but then you take a connection to get to Canaima. I’m with you on visiting CCS but Canaima is safe and one of the greatest and most beautiful places in this world.

  3. Mt. Roraima should be on the “to do” list for any adventure traveler. Not yet trampled like Kilimanjaro, Everest Base Camp etc. and a world of mystic beauty from the photos I have seen. There is no need to spend any time in Caracas except as a jumping off point as it is in SE Venezuela. The entire area surrounding Angel Falls sounds like a fantasy world and I for one cannot wait to get there!

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