Overview & Highlights
Visit Venezuela, with unspoilt landscapes and a welcoming population. See the Angel Falls, the wildlife of the llanos plains and jungle wetlands of the Orinoco delta, and the spiky ice-capped Andean peaks.
- Angel Falls: canoe expedition
- Orinoco delta: jungle lodge expeditions
- Mérida: Andean excursion to Jají
- Mérida: Expedition across the Andean páramo grasslands
- Los Llanos: wildlife safaris from wetlands lodge
It is not on most people’s radar as a holiday destination but you will fall in love with Venezuela, a Latin republic with a Caribbean beat and a strong indigenous presence. On this varied holiday you’ll start off with an adventurous canoe expedition to the foot of Angel Falls, the longest drop in the world, where the stream of water breaks down into a veil of misty spray. Then move on to the spidery network of waterways in the Orinoco delta where the indian Warao communities practice their simple lifestyle.
Travel on to the country’s portion of jagged, snow-capped Andean mountains, where the upland plains shelter quaint Spanish colonial towns and offer active adventure sports. Finally descend to the extensive savannah grasslands and on to the marshy llanos where capybaras, caiman and anteaters jostle for space and the skies are full of parakeets, toucans and macaws. If you have time after all this exploration, we suggest you spend some time on Venezuela’s glorious Caribbean coastline, where there are laid back barefoot and family resorts, nature reserves and a sprinkling of coral islands with beaches of dazzling whiteness.
Arrive in Caracas. Transfer along the coast to your hotel.
Fly to Canaima and embark on canoe expedition.
Arrive at the foot of Angel Falls.
Fly to Puerto Ordaz and on to the Orinoco delta.
Rainforest excursions from jungle lodge.
Fly back to Caracas.
Fly to Mérida; guided excursion to village of Jaji.
Guided excursion in Andean countryside, overnight.
By road to ranch in the llanos plains.
Wildlife safaris in the wetlands.
Fly to Caracas.
Transfer to Caracas international airport.
What our clients say
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Guatemala is a very beautiful and interesting country which deserves to be better known. The history of the Maya and their ancient sites is fascinating, much enhanced by the fact that the Maya people are still there and their customs and traditions can be observed. The scenery, colonial architecture and birdlife: outstanding.JE, Ware
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Jim first caught the Latin American travel bug in 2001 when he decided at the last minute to join a friend travelling around Central America – he hasn't looked back since.
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