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Venture into Venezuela
A Caribbean Adventure
From the towering Andean peaks to the unending Caribbean coastline, Venezuela has much to offer tourists. The country has sought to make international news with its great oil reserves and as the country with the most significant representation in international beauty pageants. Life in Venezuela is one long flirtation between the rich colonial history and the modern, urban dynamics of the nation. Venezuela is your perfect destination if you love dreamy beaches spiked with adventure sports such as sailing, paragliding, surfing, scuba diving, and snorkeling.
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Places to Visit in Venezuela
The sights and sounds of Venezuela take the tourists on a fascinating surreal trip through early European history, stunning natural beauty, and dazzling urban culture. Each of the country's cities has a unique offering to make.

Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. This beautiful city is set amidst breathtaking natural beauty.


Also called the Beloved Land of the Sun, Maracaibo is the second largest city in Venezuela. This modern city is a popular tourist destination.


Valencia in Carabobo State is the industrial and manufacturing hub of Venezuela. The city attracts a number of business travelers through the year.


Guayana City is one of Venezuela's fastest growing city and a very important port. It is a planned and popular city.


This 16th century city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Santa Ana de Coro has a rich history and a colorful culture.


Cumana is the site of one of the earliest American settlements of the Europeans. It has been to many gifted thinkers and writers.

When To Visit Venezuela
Best Time to Visit:
November to April
Best Weather:
September to April
Affordable Prices:
May till November
Most Crowded:
December to March
Avoid Visit:
June to September
Venezuela Travel Tips
Most airlines recommend a Yellow Fever vaccination for travelers over 9 months flying to Venezuela.
The country's military has checkpoints all across Venezuela and may ask for identification at all times. Keep your passports ready. Carry copies.
The bus network in Venezuela is extensive, affordable, and the most convenient way of getting around the country.
Spanish is the official language of Venezuela. English is not spoken by many. Carry a pocket translator if you do not speak Spanish.
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Through the early 20th century Venezuela was the largest oil exporter in the world. Along with Iraq, Iran, and Kuwait, Venezuela founded the OPEC.
Lake Maracaiboin Venezuela, the location of Catatumbo lightning, is the largest lake in South America and one of the oldest on Earth.
Kerepakupai-Meru, also called Angel Falls, is the world's highest free-falling waterfall with a height of 3,212 feet. The waterfall drops over the AuyantepuiMountain.
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