Accommodation with excursions?

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The accommodation with excursions available are:

Tapuy Posada Lodge:

3 days / 2 nights
Price per person: $ 220
Additional day: $ 110
Included: Transfer to Airport / camp / Airport, one night accommodation at the Lodge Tapuy in double room in front of the falls at Canaima Lagoon, and a night in front of Angel Falls sleeping in hammocks.
All meals (drinks are optional.)
A trip to Curiara Canaima Lagoon.

Waku Camp:

3 days / 2 nights
Price per person: $ 260
Additional day: $ 120
Included: Transfer to airport / camp / Airport, 2 nights accommodation at Camp Waku in double room in front of the falls at Canaima Lagoon.
All meals (drinks are optional.)
A trip to Curiara Canaima Lagoon.

Tours noon on Salto Sapo and Yuri. Does not include park admission of $ 10.00 per person.

The inclusion of a flight over Angel Falls:

$ 320

Salto Angel: Expedition on the River: $ 250 / Person.

Air Transportation: $ 300 per person round trip.
The price changes depending on the exchange rate.
Departure from Caracas at 10:00 am - Arrival: 11:40 am.
Return: 12:00 pm / 1:40 pm
Airlines: Aserca - Aeropostal 

Camp Parakaupa:

3 days / 2 nights
Price per person: $ 225
Additional night: $ 90
Includes: Airport / camp / airport, 2 nights accommodation at Camp Parakaupa in double room, private room overlooking the waterfall and canoe trip to the Canaima Lagoon and a walk for half day to Sapo.
All meals (drinks optional.)
Waku Lodge. This camp is located in front of the Laguna de Canaima, very comfortable, has a park in front.
Parakaupa Camp. This field is comfortable.


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