04. Mount Roraima, Brazil/Guyana/Venezuela
Mount Roraima is a 2810 meter high mountain that is located on the border of three countries, Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela. It’s a perfect tepui, and the top of the mount is a plateau of 31 km2, surrounded by cliffs of 4000 meters in height, where it’s the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall: The Angel Falls, which plunges 979 meters (3212ft) and it’s considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This mountain is considered as one of the oldest geological formations of the world estimated to be 2 billion years old. When you visit here this whole place looks like a fairy tale.