Venezuelais known for being a beautiful country, it is considered an emerging country, it is recognized for being one of the seventeen mega diverse with an irregular geography that combines jungles, dry lands, savannas (Los llanos) and andean regions.
Caracas, the capital, is the largest city in the country.Caracasis a highly visited city by tourists around the world. Tourism is one of the most important industries for this country.
Venezuelaoffers travellers the best of two worlds: beautiful sandy beaches along the warm blue waters of the Caribbean; and the stunning diversity ofSouth America's inland.
You have an amazing range of options open to you when when you visitVenezuela. It really is the ideal place for a unique getaway.
Nature-lovers may be interested to know thatVenezuelais host to many exotic species of animal such as the anaconda, great condor, and jaguar. Over fifteen percent of the entire world’s bird population is located in this country. In short, there is no shortage of beautiful things to see inVenezuela!
The Capital City of Caracas
Caracasis the capital ofVenezuelaand is a bustling city of nearly 5 million residents. Speedy, progressive and multi-ethnic, the city offers a good range of museums, excellent restaurants and nightlife.
Pico Bolivar is the highest mountain inVenezuela. While getting to Pico Bolivar, enjoying theMeridacable car ride is a must. Each station has different wonderful sceneries that will definitely amaze you. Stations like Pico Nieve and Pico Espejo are just some of the popular peaks that you will see while riding the world famous cable car inVenezuela.Pico Bolivaris elevated to almost five thousand meters above sea level so it is definitely cold and you will have difficulty when it comes to breathing.
Margarita Island (La Isla Margarita):
Margarita island of vast stretches of coastline. Margarita Island is part of the Caribbean islands which lie d the east of the capitalCaracas. Old white church, a beautiful palace, and the market combined with a variety of food outlets scattered in every corner of the island.
Also known as Salto Angel, theAngelFallsatCanaimaNational Parkin Guayana has a height of 979 meters. To have a nice view of the falls, tourists are advised to go to the site during rainy season. Some of the activities that can be done at the place include boating and canoeing.
Sand Dunes at Los Medanos de Coro National Park
The Médanos de Coro National Park is one of the most impressive natural attractions inVenezuela. The shifting sand dunes, which cover the northern and eastern coast of the smallGulfofCoro, form a fantastic desert.
Cuava del Guacharo
La Cueva Del Guacharo isVenezuela’s longest, largest and most visited cave, the Cave is a spelunker's delight. And Unique to this part of the world, the curious oilbird has a radar-location system (similar to bats) and enormous whiskers that enable it to navigate and feel about in the dark.
You can camp at the entrance to the cave after closing time and watch the hundreds of birds pouring out of the cave mouth
Mochima National Park
TheMochimaNational Parkis one of the most stunning nature reserves inVenezuela. The park has many attractions, including its beaches and coral reefs.
TheMorrocoyNational Parkis widely known for its diverse wildlife and plants. The site is also a haven for beach lovers and those into watersports.
Parque El Zanjon
Parque El Zanjon atCiudad Bolivaris one of the most distinct tourist attractions in Guayana inVenezuela. The unique features of this park are the main reasons why people keep coming back to the city.
Gran Roque is one of the historic sites in the country. The tourist destination at the Archipelago Los Roques is popular for maintaining a total population of 1,000 people. The interesting sites at the village include the 1870s lighthouse as well as the brightly painted settlements.
Iglesia de San Francisco
Filled with richly gilded altars, this church dating from 1593 was the site of Simón Bolívar's proclamation as "El Libertador" (the Liberator) and of his massive funeral 12 years after his 1830 death. It remains the loveliest example of colonial architecture inCaracas.