Angel Falls - spills from the Auyantepui into what is known as the Devil's canyon 979 Meters below. The indigenous people call it Kerepakupai-mer? but is was named Angel Falls after Jimmy Angel, an American bush pilot and gold-hunting adventurer, who discovered it in 1937. The waters fall freely some 807 meters (2,648 feet) and reach the bottom of the valley as a misty spray that gathers into a small creek which eventually finds its way into the north-bound Churun River.There are many ways to get to Angel Falls and to experience the tepuis. Thousands of people have visited this web site and many have requested our advice on how to make their trip as easy and enjoyable as possible. Others have chosen the rugged way asking for expeditions on foot and in curiaras (Indian Canoes) trekking upriver to experience the falls first hand. We are here to help you decide the best way for you to experience Angel Falls. Whether you decide to see it by trekking on foot, by curiara, by helicopter, renting more...