To break it down further, the main plunge where water falls freely from the top to the bottom is about 807 meters or 2,648 feet. This is followed by a sloped cascade and rapids that stretch about 400 meters or 1,300 feet. Finally, there’s an additional plunge of 30 meters or 100 feet downstream of the talus rapids.
Angel Falls is along a fork of the Río Kerepacupai Merú which flows into the Churún River. This river is a tributary of the Carrao River, which in turn, is a tributary of the Orinoco River.
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