Travel to Venezuela

From the mythical Caribbean Sea to the green and majestic Amazon Rainforest, from the vast Orinoco river delta, territory of Warao Indians, to the high and snowy peaks of Andes, passing through Los Llanos, huge nature reserve, home of the Anaconda, the Capybara and hundreds of other animal species, up to the millenary "Lost World" of Canaima National Park where is the Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world. From north to south and from east to west, Venezuela is a country like no other in the world with an extraordinary wealth of biodiversity, which has much to offer to nature lovers, travelers and tourists.

Venezuela, from the Amazon Rainforest to the Caribbean Sea

Canaima Lagoon

Venezuela is a beautiful country with a privileged geographical situation to the north of South America, it is surrounded by the Caribbean sea, the Atlantic ocean, Trinidad and Tobago islands, Guyana, Brazil and Colombia. The land and climatic differences of the region originate a great vegetable and animal variety.
The Orinoco river, whose basin covers the two third parts of the whole territory, begins in the Venezuelan Amazon Rainforest, in the south, until the outlet through its delta to the Atlantic Ocean, represents the spine of the hydrological system of the country.
Singular geological formations of the Guiana shield, to the southeast, with more than three billion years old, furrowed by rivers and creeks that give origin to spectacular cascades such as the Angel Falls: the highest uninterrupted waterfall of the world (979 m), located in the plateau Auyán Tepui in the National Park Canaima.
Pampatar fortress - Margarita IslandVenezuela is also the country with the largest extension of marine coast in the Caribbean Sea (more than 2,700 km), called by Christopher Columbus "The Earthly Paradise" due to its beauty.

For these and many other reasons venture to live an unforgettable experience and allow us to be your guide in this travel along a country that has everything.

Los Roques
Los Llanos
La Gran