At the mouth of the Orinoco River, the village of El Arroyo is located in the Delta del Orinoco National Park. This gigantic aquatic labyrinth is home to an exceptionnally rich fauna and flora which offers frequent encounters with various animal species, many of which are endemic. Among these species, caimans and iguana or capibaras, the world’s largest rodents, will appear at the surface of the water. The boto, or freshwater dolphin is easily identifiable thanks to its magnificent and surprising pink colour. Curious and playful, it may well seek you out, unless its spotlight is stolen by the mischievous capuchins, squirrel monkeys or their cousins.