Warao Indians. Orinoco Delta, Venezuela. Aerial 360 video in 4K
Don't forget that this is 360 video: you can change the angle of view. The Warao Indians live in the valley of the Orinoco river. Boats are the main mean of transport for the Warao: there is not so much land in the places they inhabit. The delta of the river is mainly a swamp with mangrove forests...
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Operation Warao Orinoco Delta, Venezuela
The Orinoco Delta is the home of mesmerizing flora, fauna and The Warao indians. The Orinoco Delta Lodge aims to provide services to the Warao's to improve their way of life. In this case it means a group of doctors are able to volunteer with the Warao's to provide basic health care which would otherwise not be available for them.
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Warao Palafito in the Orinoco Delta, Venezuela
A palafito is a stilt village or dwelling erected on bodies of water.
On the wide Orinoco River and its fertile delta composed of islands and marshes, Warao people inhabit wall-less thatched-roof huts built upon stilts for protection against floods. These houses are usually built on the highest ground to avoid the annual floods. Sometimes a group of houses is built upon a single large platform of trees. The huts each possess a clay cooking pit or oven located in the center, with sleeping hammocks encircling it. Besides the hammocks, the only other furniture sometimes present are wooden stools, sometimes carved in the shapes of animals.
Warao use canoes as their main form of transportation. Other modes, such as walking, are hampered by the hundreds of streams, rivulets, marshes, and high waters created by the Orinoco. Warao babies, toddlers, and small children are famed for their ability to hold tight to their mothers' necks, as well as to paddle. They often learn to swim before they learn to walk.
The Warao use two types of canoes. Bongos, which carry up to 50 people, are built in an arduous process that starts with the search for large trees. When an old bongo is no longer usable, a consensus is reached by the male leaders of each household on which tree is best. At the start of the dry season, they find the tree and kill it. At the end of the dry season, they return to cut it down. It is then hollowed out and flattened with stone tools traded from the mountains (or local shell tools) along with fire.
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Venezuela Orinoco Delta - Amazing Doku deutsch
Der Film zeigt das Orinoco-Flussdelta am Amazonas, eines der größten Deltas der Welt. Seine Bewohner sind die Waroa oder auch „Kanu Leute“. Die Buriti-Palme ist für dieWaroa von besonderer Bedeutung und findet in allen Alltagsbereichen Verwendung, so zum Beispiel bei der Fertigung von Hängematten (Chinchorros), sowie für die Fußböden ihrer Häuser .
Die Camps befinden sich absolut idyllisch im Orinoko Delta. In der Umgebung leben meist Familien der Warao-Indianer
Die Hütten stehen direkt am Ufer des Flusses. Man ist lediglich durch ein paar Palmwedel, vom Dschungel getrennt.
Zum Fluss hin sind die Hütten offen. Die Einrichtung ist spartanisch. Zwei sehr bequeme Betten, Baumstümpfe als Hocker und ein kleiner Tisch mit Kerze.
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360°, Canaima Lagoon, Venezuela. Part II. Hacha Waterfall. 4K aerial video
Being surrounded by beautiful beaches and waterfalls, the Lagoon of Canaima is extremely picturesque. The most full-flowing waterfalls are Hacha, Golondrina and Ucaima, the smaller waterfalls are Sapito and Sapo, and there is also one big rapid called Ara...
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Orinoco Basin. Venezuela - Full Documentary
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Venezuela is the land of the tepuis and of exotic beaches. But inland there is another treasure of nature, still largely undiscovered – the basin of the Orinoco, lying between the Andes to the west, the coastal mountain range to the north and the Guyana massif to the south-east. It is so completely flat that it has been named the ‘Region of the Plains’.
Almost all the rains fall in a single season, and so the ecosystem of the plains alternates between extremes of flood and drought. It is a land of contrasts, a little-visited paradise of surprisingly rich and varied fauna and flora.
The Apure river runs across the plain, flanked by thick vegetation. Here, ever alert, lives the wood ibis, also know as the American ibis or forest stork. Every year they build their nests along the banks of the river and feed on the animals that live in its waters.
In the water, the alligators and the piranhas.
Most of the soil on the plains is clay, which prevents drainage. With the coming of the rains, the level of the rivers rises and, because the land is so flat, and the soil non-porous, many marshes are formed. The majority of them will disappear in the dry season. As the ground is flooded, the seeds that had been left buried in the mud the year before spring to life, covering the waters in dense vegetation.
Water hyacinths rapidly coat the surface of the lagoon.
The hyacinths don’t bury their roots in the soil, but rather float, feeding on the nutrients carried along by the water. In this way, they can drift with the current, and so easily colonise new territories.
The lack of roots is an advantage not only for the plants. It also means that fish and reptiles can move about freely below the surface of the water. Like the anaconda.
The number of water hyacinths is kept in check above all by this rodent, the capybara.
The capybara, weighing in at fifty kilos, is the largest rodent on earth.
After a gestation period of four months, the capybaras give birth to between two and eight young. The mating season is timed to ensure that they are born at the end of the rainy season, when conditions are at their best, and the chances of survival greatest. Around 50% do survive, which gives us some idea of the demographic potential of these rodents.
The dry season is also a time of plenty for the alligators. As water becomes scarce, the pools shrink, the fish are trapped and so are easy to catch.
The forests along the banks of the rivers are home to one of the strangest birds in the world, the hoatzin.
The hoatzin is totally unique. It is so extraordinary that it is believed to be related to the archaeopteryx, the oldest pre-historic bird known to man. It is herbivorous, living almost exclusively on the young shoots, leaves and fruit of two trees, the arum and the white mangrove.
So, the tributarieas of the Orinoco offer both protection and food. These waters form the marshes, and are the real source of life here on the plains, the guarantee that this will remain in the future what it is today, a paradise in the centre of Venezuela.
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360°, Canaima Lagoon, Venezuela. Part I. Ucaima Waterfall. 4K aerial video
It was the second trip of AirPano to Venezuela, but this fact didn't make it easier. Earlier we have published virtual tour of Canaima Lagoon. And now we present series of flights above the lagoon in 360° format.
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con i Warao nel delta Orinoco
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Orinoco Delta with Osprey Expeditions
Visit the mangrove swamps and virgin jungle of the Warao indigenous people and enjoy the abundance of tropical flora and fauna in this intricate labyrinth of waterways that form one of the largest deltas in the world.
This is a must do in Venezuela with a perfect combination of interesting wildlife, relax, cultural interaction, beautiful remote scenery and mangroves in nearly 40.000 sq Kilometer of the Orinoco Delta.
The Orinoco Delta – a perfect add-on for any visit to Venezuela, especially preceding or following a short excursion to Angel Falls and Canaima National Park or even Los Roques or Roraima / the Gran Sabana. A subtle mix of culture and nature combined. Visit the Warao in their communities; they live along the river’s edge in “palafitos” (stilted dwellings). Take a jungle walk, fish for piranhas, kayak, visit the Warao, and enjoy a night expedition looking for caiman and birds nesting by the river. The Delta is full of wildlife: macaws, toucans, hoatzin, kingfishers, osprey’s, parrots, river otters, pink river dolphins, howler monkeys, capuchin monkeys and much much more.
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Venezuela - Orinoco Delta - Dschungel Exkursion
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Während unserer Venezuela-Reise unternehmen wir eine Exkursion in das weitverzweigte Mündungsgebiet des Orinoco. Das riesige Delta wird von mehr als 300 Flussarmen durchzogen. Dazwischen liegen unzählige kleine Inseln, die mit dichten Sumpf- und Mangrovenwäldern überzogen sind. Mit einer Bootsfahrt durch das Labyrinth der Flüsse und einem Fußmarsch durch den Dschungel wollen wir die Flora und Fauna des Orinoco-Deltas kennenlernen. Ein Warao-Indianer wird uns begleiten. Ohne seine Hilfe wäre das ganze Unternehmen gefährlich. Nur ortskundige Indianer sind in der Lage, aus dem Irrgarten der vielen kleinen Flussläufe wieder herauszufinden. Der Dschungel wird in Reiseberichten oft als grüne Hölle bezeichnet. Diese Schilderungen bestätigen sich hier im Delta auf besondere Weise. Allein gelassen, könnten wir hier wahrscheinlich nicht überleben.
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Visiting a tribe of indigenos indians in Venezuela 2009
Chidren from the tribe of indigenous indians (Venezuela) singing for tourists (2008)