Travelling in Venezuela
Venezuela is a unique destination, home to some of South America's most stunning landscapes.
Venezuela, a country in northern coast of South America, is home to some of the most stunning and diverse landscapes. Discover the beauty of Andean peaks, Caribbean coastline, wildlife rich rainforests and vibrant cities of Venezuela.
View wildlife in Los Llanos and spot caiman, puma, anaconda and much more, visit the towering peak of the highest waterfall in the world at 979m, Angel Falls and enjoy the sprawling metropolis of Caracas. Spend time on Los Roques archipelago, the idyllic islands with sun-drenched beaches and clear blue waters and explore the beautiful coral reefs.
When is the best time to visit Venezuela?
Venezuela is a year round destination due to the pleasant climate and average temperature of 24 degrees C. The best time to visit is during the dry season between December and April. The rainy and off-festival season runs through May till November.
Is it safe to travel in Venezuela?
The level of violent crime throughout Venezuela is quite high and some risks to your security occur when travelling to Venezuela. It is advised to be alert at all times. Nowadays Venezuela is a growing tourist destination and the government makes sure that the measures are taken to make people feel secure with the help of police in towns, cities and touristic destinations.
Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.
What power adaptor plug do I need in Venezuela?
In Venezuela the standard voltage is 120 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / B.
What wildlife will I see in Venezuela?
There is a large variety of animals in Venezuela. It is extremely biodiverse, being home to more than 1400 species of birds, over 300 kinds of mammals and a thousand of different fish. The most famous animals are anacondas, piranhas, caimans, capybaras, ocelots, jaguars and puma.
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Visit the highest waterfall in the world (979m), Angel Falls. Take time to hike around and enjoy the spectacular scenery with beautiful waterfalls and incredible nature.
Los Roques archipelago
Los Roques archipelago consists of around 350 sandy islands, cays and islets as well as beautiful coral reefs. This is a perfect place for people who love undeveloped beaches to relax, dive, snorkel and kitesurf. Ideal place to escape the daily life.
Discover Los Llanos, one of the best spots for wildlife viewing in Venezuela. See caimans, capybaras, piranhas, anacondas as well as a vast variety of birds, including jabiru, scarlet macaw and ibis.