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With the world’s highest waterfall, an extensive Caribbean coastline, sun-kissed coral archipelagos, lush cloud forests, extensive rainforests, scenic Andean mountains and vast wildlife-rich plains, Venezuela has all the necessary ingredients for a fascinating natural history holiday.

Giant anteater, giant anaconda, armadillo, ocelot, caiman, puma, jaguar and a host of other species await discovery on exciting game drives in Los Llanos. Spot hundreds of bird species in the verdant cloud forests and tangled mangroves; enjoy good snorkelling and excellent diving off the islands of Los Roques and Morrocoy; glimpse a condor soaring overhead in the mountains of the Andes. All these experiences and more are possible on a tailor-made journey to South America’s hidden gem – Venezuela.

TAILOR-MADE VENEZUELA TOUR ITINERARIES:

Venezuela Natural History Tour Natural History Highlights of Venezuela
Offering a heady mix of abundant wildlife, vast savannah plains, stunning mountain scenery and jewel-like coral islands, this extensive tour reveals the many and varied natural attractions which together combine to make Venezuela such a rewarding destination.
   
Venezuela Wildlife Holiday Venezuela's Flatlands, Rainforests & Caribbean Coast
From your central Llanos wildlife ranch down to the deepest Amazonian rainforest and on to the warm Caribbean coast, this exceptional Venezuela tour takes you on an exciting journey of stimulating discovery.
   
Venezuela Wilderness Adventure Venezuela: Land of Lost Worlds and Pristine Peninsulas
This is an exhilarating collection of locations offering a true wilderness experience while staying at a succession of isolated lodges in remarkable settings. The Gran Sabana is exhaustively explored, after which some welcome relaxation is provided on a wild Caribbean peninsula.
   
Venezuela Value Tour Bare Necessities Tour of Venezuela
With an activity almost every day and practically all meals included, this tour provides in-depth insights into three of Venezuela’s best attractions - the wildlife-rich Los Llanos flatlands, the coral cays of the warm Caribbean sea, and the cloud forests of Henri Pittier National Park. Plenty of stimulation at an eminently affordable price.

 

Best time to visit Venezuela:

Being so varied in topography and altitude, almost any time of year is good for travel in at least some regions. The conventional dry season is from October to April, but rainfall is unpredictable and can occur frequently during the drier season, from June to September, when plant life flourishes and Los Llanos floods. Temperatures are tropically warm to hot in low lying areas, often with high humidity, and cooler in the Andes, sometimes becoming quite cold at night.

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Venezuela Reading Suggestions:

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Birds of Venezuela
Birds of Northern South America Neoptropical Rainforest Mammals


 

Offering a heady mix of abundant wildlife, vast savannah plains, stunning mountain scenery and jewel-like coral islands, this extensive tour reveals the many and varied natural attractions which together combine to make Venezuela such a rewarding destination. Find out more...

From your central Llanos wildlife ranch down to the deepest Amazonian rainforest and on to the warm Caribbean coast, this exceptional Venezuela tour takes you on an exciting journey of stimulating discovery.   Find out more...

This is an exhilarating collection of locations offering a true wilderness experience while staying at a succession of isolated lodges in remarkable settings. The Gran Sabana is exhaustively explored, after which some welcome relaxation is provided on a wild Caribbean peninsula. Find out more...

With an activity almost every day and practically all meals included, this tour provides in-depth insights into three of Venezuela’s best attractions - the wildlife-rich Los Llanos flatlands, the coral cays of the warm Caribbean sea, and the cloud forests of Henri Pittier National Park. Plenty of stimulation at an eminently affordable price. Find out more...