Venezuela is a land of rich, attractive and contrasting landscapes of lavish beauty, features that in less than a million square kilometers, gives Venezuela a unique potential as a tourist destination

More than 3,500 kilometers of coastline comprising the Caribbean Sea (Venezuela is the country with the longest coastline to the Caribbean) and the Atlantic Ocean; from this, 1,700 kilometers are sandy and coral beaches that characterize Venezuela’s coast.

More than 300 islands, islets and cays. Most of them have resources for tourism use in Venezuela. Among them, the most known and visited are Margarita Island, of great commercial activity, and the Archipelago of Los Roques, the only atoll in the Caribbean.

Three mountain rangesLos Andes, mountain ring with elevations that reach five thousand meters, offer its visitors sites and villages characterized by their singular beauty and striking rich craft traditions and customs of Venezuela. Also in Merida is located the highest and longest cable car in the world(a 12 Km. path). The other two ranges are the Eastern and Central Caribbean. In the later one emphasizes the Cerro El Avila located in the National Park with the same name, which separates Caracas from theCentral Coast, where there is also the International Airport Simón Bolívar.

430.000 square kilometers of jungle or rain forest in Venezuela, considered a humankind lung and whose main attraction is its diverse topography: ancient tepuyes (world unique plateaus); large rivers that give rise to numerous waterfalls, among which is the world's highest waterfall, Angel Falls (979 meters); unique species of flora and fauna and the presence of ancient indigenous cultures.

300.000 square miles of plains, which extend from the northwestern arc of mountains and from the coast to the Orinoco Riverthe largest river throughout Venezuela, with an area of ​​2,400 km, of which 1,670 are navigable. The region of Los Llanos is crossed by many rivers such as the Caroni and the Unare, where dwells a diverse fauna, including endangered species such as manatees, otters, alligators, turtles and jaguars.

39 national parks and 41 natural monuments with a total area of 14 million ​​695 hectares, which constitutes 16.04% of Venezuelan territory. In addition, two reserves and seven wildlife shelterscovering an area of ​​335.293 hectares that protect and preserve vegetation and animal species unique in the world.

Desert land located in the dunes of Coro, western Venezuela.

Maracaibo Lake, the largest in South America and seat of the most important oil fields of Venezuela.

Venezuela also has a favorable geographic location, as the South American country closest to the United States and Europe. Also, its proximity to the Panama Canal, which provides access to the countries bordering the Pacific Ocean, both in America and Asia.

We enjoy a Caribbean tropical climate that prevails in almost all of Venezuela territory. That’s why we don’t have the four seasons of temperate zones, only a rainy season (May to November) and a dry season (December-April).

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