Kaieteur National Park in Guyana‘s Amazon Forest is home to the majestic Kaieteur Falls, a massive waterfall known for its impressive height and the sheer volume of water flowing over it. At 741 feet, Kaieteur Falls is considered the largest single-drop waterfall by volume of water and one of the most powerful in the world. The falls are considered to be one of the most spectacular and remote in the world.
To reach the falls, visitors must hire a tour company that will charter a plane to take them to a trekking point that accesses the falls. Despite its remoteness, the falls can be accessed through a hiking tour, and there is even a special airstrip, Kaieteur Airstrip, which is only a 15-minute walk away.
The best time to visit the falls is during the summer monsoons, which occur from April to September, but tours are available throughout the year. The park also offers a chance to explore the diverse Amazon rainforest, where visitors can spot unique plant and animal life.