Bolívar is a large state in eastern Venezuela, bordering Brazil and Guyana. It is one of the 23 states (estados) into which Venezuela is divided. The state capital city is Ciudad Bolívar which has colorful colonial buildings. Vast Canaima National Park is home to Angel Falls, billed as the world’s highest waterfall. It sits within the Gran Sabana region, characterized by forests and large stretches of grassy plain interspersed with massive, flat-top mountains called tepuis.
Latitude: 6.07052, Longitude: -63.863819