The area is full of pastures, with a bit of dense jungle along the course of the rivers and at the base of the numerous tepuyes or flat-topped mountains. The Angel Falls is on the side of the largest tepui of Venezuela known as Auyan-tepui.
The Angel Falls is deep inside the National Park. The waterfalls are about 5 hours walk in a canoe upstream of the town of Canaima. Most of the park's attractions can only be visited with a guided tour of Canaima. These can be booked from outside Venezuela, from Caracas, or from Ciudad Bolívar, but prices are much more competitive in Ciudad Bolívar. Most of the tours that take you to the foot of the falls are two nights (one in Canaima, one to the falls) and three days, and all three of the following elements are combined (and also include food and transportation). Alternatively, you can hire shorter excursions just to go to Angel Falls and vice versa.