10. Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Venezuela’s most noteworthy tabletop mountain, with its pyramid-like steps and falling waterfalls,
is high to the point that it’s unendingly ringed by masses of twirling mists.
Mount Roraima is the most astounding of the Pakaraima chain of tepui levels in South America.
Initially depicted by the English voyager Sir Walter Raleigh in 1596, its 31 km² summit territory is limited on all sides by precipices rising 400 meters.