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Travel to Venezuela and stay in the bustling capital of Caracas before heading to the 'Lost World' landscape of the Gran Sabana and the famous Angel Falls. Visit some of Venezuela's best beaches and scuba diving sites on the islands of Los Roques.
Caracas & Caribbean Coast
Flanked by the wooded peaks of the Avila National Park lies the city of Caracas, Venezuela’s capital and gateway to the country.
Gran Sabana and Angel Falls
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.
Hato El Cedral
A marvellous place for wildlife spotting, the Llanos is a vast seasonally flooded savannah that spreads across Venezuela’s heartland towards the Colombian border, rivalling Brazil’s Pantanal for biodiversity but with far fewer visitors.
The Caribbean’s only coral archipelago and largest marine national park, the tranquil islands of Los Roques are excellent for diving, snorkelling, sailing and windsurfing.
Surrounded by Venezuela’s highest snow-capped peaks, the lively university town of Mérida is at the centre of Venezuela’s Andean region.
Rivalling the biodiversity of the Amazon and sustaining the region’s indigenous people, the great Orinoco River, from rainforest to delta, threads through Venezuela and spills out into the Atlantic through a vast, jungled delta.
Stretching out towards Trinidad and Tobago and reachable by road from Caracas, the Paría Peninsula is an unspoilt and lush area of palm forested hills that tumble down to long, sheltered golden beaches.