Venezuela

Last updated: 29 November 2017
Tourists to Venezuela face very high crime rates and civil unrest. It is therefore important to do your research before leaving on a holiday and to remain vigilant when in the country. Despite its problems, Venezuela has its charms.

Soaring hundreds of meters above the jungle, Venezuela is home to the highest tabletop mountain in the world. It dates back two billion years. Fifty percent of the fauna and flora found on the mountaintop is unique, found nowhere else on earth. Abseil down the Angel Falls, dropping nearly one thousand metres, it is the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world.  

Take a short flight to Los Roques; this archipelago is a national park one hundred and sixty kilometres from Venezuela. The forty plus islands are surrounded by two hundred and fifty coral reefs, great for diving. They have soft white tropical beaches touched by a blue haze of sparkling water.

Venezuela

Kayak on the Orinoca Delta, a unique eco system, home to monkeys, piranhas, anaconda, macaws and scores of Orinoco crocodiles.

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