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“Pleasant little pizza joint around the corner from the main tourist street”
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Kamadac
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Reviewed 11 October 2016

When one visits Venezuela, one has to be content with the fact that ingredients aren't always available. I think it might be safer to ask a restaurant what they DO have before spending time perusing the menu. At least I found that to be the case often and here in this pizza joint as well.

The service was fast and friendly. The beer (Polar light) was cold and mosquitoes swarming around the picnic table were plentiful (no indoor seating). All in all, not a bad place and somewhat different from the usual Venezuelan food

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Reviewed 11 May 2016

I went to Roraima by Kamadac Trip Agency at Feb/16. I made a really wonderful trip, because the place is amazing, the guides (Marisol and Wilson) are AMAZING! AWESOME. The agency itself has many things to improve, but the service was nice and staff were always opened to help us.
Summing up, I really recommend that agency to go Roraima, first of all because of the quality (Fair), the guides and the staff.

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Reviewed 30 April 2015

This is a copy of a review I posted on the main Mt Roraima page, but felt I should copy it here too:

I opted to go with the 8 day Roraima hike with Kamadac. I really couldn't be happier. I highly recommend them. Our guide (Fernando) honestly couldn't have been better. Fluet in English, Spanish and German, he's been up 220 times, but is just as eager, if not more than the tourists. I have heard many stories (in fact by everyone that I spoke to in Santa Elena) that said the mountain was great, but the tour sucked. These people went with other companies. I beleive in general many of guides just want to get up and down as fast as possible and without humour. Fernando however was really great company and truly seemed to enjoy himself on the hike. I spent most of the tour chatting to him, practising my spanish and german. The porters were great too and really helped make the trip. They also had a lot of respect for the spirit of the mountain. It is a special place and really does have a spirit that must be respected. They made sure to travel with the least amout of impact possible, and also picked up rubbish that previous people had left. So yes, the personality of the staff honestly could not have been better.

What's more is that the food really was fantastic! I was expecting rice and beans every night, but I was very pleasantly surprised to see it was almost restaurant quality for every meal. Remember I did the 8 day hike, which necesitates bringing a lot of food. You would expect it would all just be dry food to save on weight, but no, they had fruit including watermelon, and even on the 5th day they still had mangoes. Typical day would be that you wake up to a decent cooked breakfast and start walking. The porters would then pack up the tents and run forward, overtaking us and having food waiting for us at the lunch spot. Some days were even cooked pasta with tuna and vegetables and so on... for lunch!!!

The gear supplied was good too. Sleeping bags were very warm and the tents waterproof. Only problem was some of the zips were starting to break, but this really was the only issue with the whole trip, and was very minor.

I'm yet to be more impressed with a tour group than this one. Honestly second to none. I highly recommend them!
p.s. bring plenty of spare camera batteries. I burned through 3 batteries for the trip!

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Reviewed 1 November 2016
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