Reasons to Visit
With an enormous Caribbean coastline, Venezuela has a number of beautiful beach options. The archipelago of Los Roques is simply stunning, with picture-perfect white sand beaches and simple posada accommodations. The Paria Peninsula in the northeast is a little more off the beaten track, and has long stretches of yellow sand beach with a palm tree, banana and cacoa plantation backdrop.
Spanning Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, Mount Roraima is one of the largest tabletop mountains (Tepui) in this expansive landscape, which was said to be the inspiration behind Conan Doyle’s “The Lost World.” Possible to climb via an eight-day trek, it’s a draw for adventurous trekkers from across the globe to experience the unique eco-system on top of the mountain.
The world's highest single drop waterfall, the Angel Falls is located in the Canaima National Park in the southeast of the country. However, the park is home to a plethora of other stunning water attractions, including the beautiful Canaima Lagoon, which has seven enormous falls tumbling into it.
The vast Los Llanos region is home to working cattle farms called hatos. These private estates have been protected for years, allowing wildlife to blossom within the grounds, which can measure up to almost 150,000 acres in size. An enormous variety of birdlife, caimans, crocodiles, capybaras, anteaters, and even larger cats and anacondas are commonly seen during a stay in this remote wilderness.
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This camp has an unmatchable location close, to the base of the Angel Falls, allowing you to see the falls at the end of the day and first thing in the morning.
Camping in Venezuela is never going to be an extremely comfortable experience, but the purpose of this camp is for the unmatchable location, close to the base of the Angel Falls, allowing you to see the falls at the end of the day and first thing in the morning.
Facilities include hammocks for sleeping, a mosquito net, as well as flush toilets and outdoor cold-water showers. Meals are served in a central communal area, and dinners are cooked on a large outdoor barbecue.
The great flat-topped mountains of the Gran Sabana lie amongst nearly 12,000 square miles of protected national park. It says much about this region’s remoteness that the world’s highest waterfall (Angel Falls) was only found in the 1930s.
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Gran Sabana and Angel Falls
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