Author's note: I had the chance to visit Venezuela and go throughout in this country. 4 stories of Venezuela were made at different times and with different bikes.
Here are some pictures from my last trip: the Gran Sabana. Done with my new bike Kawasaki KLR, I have not encountered any problems except that damn door baggage which did not resist the slopes and many road holes!
4920 km in 12 days.
Arrival to the Gran Sabana park after 3 days driving and already 1800km on the Dashboard.
The immensity of the Gran Sabana
The roads through the rainforest ...
and roads .... in la Gran Sabana!
Better will not stay without gasoline
One of the many river crossings
This one does not cross! Too deep for me with water above the knees!
Rain to the Brazilian border
Mud in Puerto Paez .... it is not cool to stay there!
Crossing of the Orinoco river on a barge!
Crossing the borderline between Venezuela and Brazil
The borderline ... closer!
Dirt road in the Amazonian Rainforest
and the Gran Sabana...
Do you want to go...?
The nearest hotel, please?
The mountains with flat tops called Tepuys
And one of the many waterfalls
River Crossing ...on a bridge this time!
The biker waiting for the photo...
And of course, some portions of sand ...It is not what I like!
Sand ... La Gran Sabana..
And I also use the rearview mirror!
Small crossing river ... not easy.
And the night comes...
In a monastery and in dormitories..
Tepuys, this is mountains with flat tops.
Road to the Tepuys....
The new native houses ...ups!
Still more Tepuys...
View of the Amazon rainforest
Falls near the monastery ...
View from above!
Still a flat top....
Hundreds of kilometers of track.
And soon.... no more gas ...
The salto Kama
Where you could take a bath if you want
A social bitch (puta social) ... out of order..LOL
Road to Puerto Ayacucho
A lot of black stones..
This river crossing is very deep
Sunset over the Orinoco river
And return to Mérida by crossing the Llanos
There's more than 1000km like that .... straight, no intersections, no cars, no gasoline...
Work on the photo ...
And finally the Andes ...
Crossing a mountain pass at 3500 mt of altitude...
3000m and more than 60 km of ascent
And the descent that follows ....
With too cold weather!
Personal record beaten this last day with 920km and a 15-hour trip