Paragua (Paragua) is a small river in the pool Orinoco (Venezuela, Bolivar state), a tributary of the river Caroni. For Paragua abounds with rapids, shoals and sandbars, rocky coast, up to 7-10 meters.
In the waters of Paragua set all the world records fishing Para (known as fish-vampire endemic to the Amazon).
Our company offers a tour with the fishing on the river, Paragua. In addition to Pyari, Your trophy could be Trahira - not less interesting and aggressive opponent.
District fishing: river Paragua. Bolivar State
The main trophy: paiara and Aymara (trahira)
The average catch: 10-15 fish for every fisherman
Equipment fishing gear: spinning, fly fishing.
Structure of group: limited to the maximum capacity of the Lodge: up to 8 fishermen
Sample itinerary: 11 nights and 6 ½ days.
The Lodge is situated on the island, at the foot Uritskogo waterfall on the river Paragua in Bolivar state, Eastern Venezuelan highlands 550 miles South-East of Caracas. It is here that caught the largest specimens Pary. This place is far from civilization in the heart of virgin jungle.
Built in the typical style of the "jungle" camp is a complex of huts in an Indian style. Each cabin consists of two bedrooms, a living room and a large bathroom with toilets, running water and a shower with hot water.