Canaima National Park is the main one of the 43 national parks of Venezuela, a country in the north of South America. The park's main feature is Angel Falls, the highest continuous waterfall in the world, 979 m (3,211 ft) high, which runs off Auyán Tepui (2,500 m / 8,202 ft), one of the many "tepui" or flat-topped table-like mountain formations, which cover up to 65% of its territory. The park is also in the Guayana Highlands moist forests ecoregion. In total, there are 103 named mountains in Canaima National Park. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Monte Roraima (2,810 m / 9,219 ft), another famous tepui, which is also the easiest to climb.