Venezuela is a good place to visit

The top 10 sights of Venezuela

Travel to Venezuela without any tourist traps! Here is a list of the top 10 tourist attractions in Venezuela! Which highlights and attractions should you definitely not miss on vacation in Venezuela?

Venezuela borders both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The undisputed highlight of the fascinating tropical country is the Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world. In addition, dreamy beaches and untouched jungle worlds await those seeking relaxation and adventurers.

Canaima National Park

The Canaima National Park is the sixth largest national park in the world with an area roughly equivalent to Belgium. In its lush green landscape are picturesque lagoons and the highest waterfall in the world to find. Millions of years old table mountains, above all the spectacular Mount Roraima and the mighty Mount Kukenan, made the Canaima National Park UNESCO World Heritage.

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Mochima National Park

The Mochima National Park in the northeast of the country is often called most beautiful landscape of Venezuela designated. Between Puerto La Cruz and Cumaná there are countless picture-perfect beaches on the coast of the rainforest and about 30 islands with coral reefs paradisiacal conditions for divers Offer. Even dolphins and whales can be spotted here again and again.

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Playa Medina

Beach holidaymakers are also in the right place in Venezuela at Playa Medina. The light sandy beach between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean is considered to be most beautiful beach in Venezuela. There is enough shade here, because a lush green palm forest grows between the fine sand on the turquoise blue waves and the rugged peaks of the hinterland.

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Morrocoy National Park

The fantastic dream beaches are not neglected in the Morrocoy National Park either. Fishing and shipping are prohibited here, but the diving and snorkeling areas are all the better. Magnificent coral reefs and dense jungle can come up with a lush biodiversity that can be explored on guided tours.

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Los Roques

Diving and snorkeling is also capitalized in the Los Roques archipelago. Around 40 islands are completely under nature protection and have the soft tourism prescribed. No big hotels, no loud parties, just Sun, beach and sea are balm for every stressed soul.

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Isla Margarita

Isla Margarita is that Bathing, diving and surfing paradiseVenezuela. One paradise beach follows the next along its 170km long coastline. All beaches can be easily reached by taxi or rental car, but there are still some fabulous beaches, especially in the west of Isla Margarita, that you have all to yourself.

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Los Médanos de Coro National Park

The smallest national park in Venezuela can with the largest sand dunes in South America wait up. With a height of up to 40m, they are not as spectacular as the dunes of the Sahara or the Rub al-Khali, but they are still worth seeing. The approximately 20 km long land bridge of the Los Médanos de Coro National Park on the north coast of Venezuela can be driven in a good quarter of an hour.

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Historic center of Coro

The pretty town of Coro is located just south of the Los Médanos de Coro National Park and impresses above all with its beautiful old town, the UNESCO World Heritage Site counts. Santa Ana de Coro, as the city is called by its full name, is one of the oldest cities in Venezuela and was once the first bishopric in South America. Here you can see some of the few colonial buildings in America that were still made of clay.

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Merida

Mérida is located far from the heat on Venezuela's coast in the Andes and is considered to be tourist center in the west of the country. It is mainly students and backpackers who meet here, who give the picturesque city a youthful-friendly flair. In addition to various outdoor activities in the majestic mountains, Mérida is also the starting point for the once the highest cable car in the worldthat leads into the middle of the Andes glaciers.

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Orinoco Delta

The Orinoco is the largest river in Venezuela and after the Amazon the second largest river in South America. Untouched tropical flora and fauna can be discovered in the breathtaking Orinoco Delta on winding jungle paths, accompanied by parrots, monkeys, butterflies, freshwater dolphins and caimans.

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