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Venezuela Tours and Trips 2017/2018

2 trips through Venezuela with 14 reviews

Find the right tour for you through Venezuela, Latin America. We’ve got 2 tours going to Venezuela, starting from just 14 days in length, and the longest tour is 15 days. The most popular month to go is September, which has the most number of tour departures.

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2 trips through Venezuela with 14 reviews

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  • Take in the majestic beauty of Angel Falls at the Canaima National Park. It is the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfalls.
  • Go canoeing through the intricate waterways of the Orinoco Basin in the grasslands of Los Llanos. Catch a glimpse of exotic wildlife such as crocodiles, capybaras, anacondas and caimans in this nature’s paradise.
  • Have fun snorkeling amidst untouched coral reefs in the warm, crystalline waters of the Los Roques archipelago.
  • Enjoy gorgeous views of snowcapped mountains as you soar through the air in the world’s highest and longest cable car ride, at Merida.
  • Discover the Lost World as you hike up the table top mountain, Mt. Roraima and marvel at the unique geological formations and concentrations of rare plants and animals.
  • Witness the magical phenomenon of forked lightning without the accompaniment of thunder over the waters of Lake Maracaibo in the Juan Manuel National Park.
  • Explore hidden coves and islets in the Morrocoy National Park and relax on white sandy beaches or go looking for coastal caimans, marine turtles and dolphins.
  • Experience the vibrant cultural life, amazing culinary offerings and buzzing night scene of Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela.


  • The wet season is from June to October and the dry season is from November to May. The best time to visit would be just after the rainy season.
  • You can buy palm fiber hammocks and hand woven baskets made by indigenous people of the Orinoco Basin.
  • Bite into some delicious, exotic tropical fruits such as papaya, custard apples and mangoes.
  • Indulge in local delicacies such as ‘Arepas’ (stuffed corn buns), and ‘Pabellon Criollo’ (shredded meat served with rice, cheese, black beans and fried plantain).
  • Observe the indigenous lifestyle of the Pemon tribe at the Canaima National Park and the Warao people in the Orinoco Delta.
  • If you come across a demonstration, don’t get involved. Move away and head in a different direction.
  • Use insect repellent to ward off mosquitoes as they could be carrying diseases.
  • Avoid swimming in rivers at night as there may be caimans and some of them are two and half meters long.