This forgotten country for most travellers in South America is home to many unique natural wonders.
Travelling through Venezuela, you will have the opportunity to discover some rare experiences and sights not possible anywhere else in the world. An attraction such Angel Falls would normally be a sight well established to handle the amount of visitors each year, however getting to Angel Falls is an adventure in itself due to the dense jungle and uninhabited areas surrounding this spectacular waterfall. To the east is the Orinoco Delta that has many native Amazonian villages where you can step back in time and visualise the way the locals live and go about their day to day life. After some Jungle time a trip into Los Roques National Park is a must for some perfect Caribbean islands, beaches and relaxation.
Spend 10 days exploring the best of Venezuela with its waterfalls, pristine island beaches and diverse wildlife. We’ll start with a brief stop in Caracas before heading south east to Angel Falls, the world’s highest single drop waterfall, located in Canaima National Park. Spend 3 days exploring the verdant jungles of the Orinoco Delta before finishing the trip with a visit to the white sand beaches of Los Roques Archipelago National Park, a diving, sailing and fishing paradise
Angel Falls, the world’s highest single drop waterfall, is located in Canaima National Park in the south eastern part of the country. The park has many other waterfalls, including Canaima Lagoon, a collection of several enormous waterfalls. The fact that Angel Falls was not found until the 1930s speaks to its remote location. American pilot Jimmy Angel happened upon it when he crash landed there while looking for gold