Mount Roraima, Brazil,Venezuela,Guyana– It lies on the border of these three South American countries. Mount Roraima is said to be quite difficult to climb due to its extremely steep walls but was first scaled in 1884 by Sir Everard Im Thurn. Most common tourist are hikers seeking adventure, they often hire a Indian guide by the nearby village of Paraitepui. From this village it takes approximately one day to get to the base of the mountain and from their hikers travel up a natural staircase to the top. Helicopter rides are also available to reach the top.