The Canaima Nationalpark in Venezuela covers an area of about 30'000 square kilometres in south-eastern Venezuela. It is bordered by the Río Carrao, the Lema Mountain Range to the north and by the Pakaraima Range to the Brazilian border to the south. The best-known feature of the park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as 'tepuis'.
Within the park you can find the several waterfalls, including the world's highest. The Angel Falls drops 979 m metres from near the summit of Auyantepui.
Venezuela 1973, Chimantá Massif.
The Chimantá Massif is a huge complex with a total summit area of 615 square kilometres. Its highest point (Murey Tepui) is reaching 2'698 metres. The Chimantá Massif consists of eleven table-mountains (up to more than 2600 m in elevation).
Venezuela 1973, Salto Kamá.
The Salto Kamá (Kamá Merú) on the Río Aponwao is an about 50 metres high waterfall and located at 5°24'56.34"N 61°13'13.67"W in Canaima National Park.
Dominica 1997, Canaima Nationalpark.
The stamp was issued in the series *50th Anniversary of Unesco".
Venezuela 2003, "Gran Sabana, estado Bolivar".
(The Gran Sabana region roughly occupies the same area as the Canaima Nationalpark).