We are in the rainy season in Venezuela, which begins in late May and ends
Venezuela is right below it, the mountains still require planning to work on them. Mind you, that in some countries doing professional work in a national park requires a special permit with its respective fees and rules. Some institutions are very adamant about this and it is very important to take this in consideration. Maintaining a low profile is very important in case you did not do your homework.
Another thing DO NOT TAKE PICTURES OR FILM AT THESE PLACES:
Near military bases or police stations
Near communications antennas
Places like refineries, chemical plants or any place that may be a target for criminals or terrorist
At police men, military and private security personnel.
Government buildings and embassies
Use common sense and be polite. If you come across ethnic groups or interesting local people, ask for their permission to photograph them. Some people may be very angry if you take their picture without their consent. Have a release form ready in whatever language is required. This is very important if you want to able able to publish your pictures without getting turned down by editors, stock agencies and the like.
What should one take for a tropical mountain job
Make a checklist of everything they should do in case of an emergency and let them know how to work any of the equipment you are using for your ailments during the trip.
A description of our itinerary, with the hours, days and places that we're going to be working in good to inform everyone involved in the project.
to use as a
reflector on small objects.