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Accommodation in Paraitepuy under Roraima

Hi. Is there any budget accommodation now available in Paraitepuy under Roraima in Venezuela? We do not need anything fancy, just a place to spend night before our trek and store our excessive stuff brought for changeful travelling around Venezuela.

Also, does anybody have any e-mail contact in Paraitepuy (or at least San Francisco de Yuruani) where we could pre-negotiate transport to Paraitepuy and/or a guide for our trek? We would like to start our trek early to avoid heat on the savanna and shorten our accession to the mountain.

Thanks.

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