45 minutes flight from Isla de Margarita (Porlamar) or Caracas, we behold a fantastic and unique archipelago 156 Kms off shore, in the Caribbean Sea, with 2.300 sq Kms, protected by a coral reef barrier, 24 Kms long consisting of approx.340 coral Keys and islets. There is an important Biological Station available which shows crops of ea-turtles, lobsters and “botuto” (giant snails).


30 min flight from Caracas, 20 min from Puerto La Cruz, Margarita Island is strategically located on the Southern Caribbean Sea. With a surface of 930 sq.kms has 244 kms of sea-coast, Margarita is the island with more beaches (wild & quiet) in the Caribbean Sea only surpassed by the giant Cuba. Its climate, being typical of the tropic, is tepid and windy, with temperate at 25-30ºC (78-86ºF). Margarita records: El Yake beach is considered between top-3 places in the world for windsurfing with periodically international competitions; 2 National Parks and 3 National Nature Reserve.


Canaima’s giant National Park of 3 millions hectares, same area as Switzerland, located on the Table-Top mountain (“Tepuy” in Pemon’s indian language) region of Venezuela from 450 mts to 2810 mts at worlwide famous “cristal-mountain” Roraima-Tepuy, the oldest world formation: 2 billions years old (Pre-Cambrian Era). Inside the largest waterfalls in the world, Angels falls. Canaima’s lake is ideal for simultaneously resting, swimming and enjoying the jungle. Local canoes will take you on a scenic boat ride on the reddish coloured waters of the lake and near by rivers. Angel Falls river trip for adventurous spirits with desires to know this natural spectacle, 900 mts; Kavak Canyon is a crack into the Tepuy hides the wonderful small creck, Arekuna is a quiet white sandy beach near the confluence of rivers Cucurital & Caroní, approx. 56 kms far from Canaima Lake.


The Orinoco Delta covers an area of about 25.000 sq.kms, and infinity of channels ending at the Atlantic Ocean along some 360 kms of coast. The Delta of Orinoco of Orinoco is inhabited by Warao’s (traslate = the men of the canoes”) Amerindian people, the 2nd largest group in Venezuela (approx 24.000 people). We’ll board a local out-board called Falca and the boating through a real Atlantic Rain Forest. We’ll cruise wide and narrow channels deep into the jungle, stopping by Warao indian’s authentic palaphitic settlements where we’ll look at and buy directly from their hands their handicraft production as well as hammocks, baskets, scale canoes, birds and animals carvings, collars and much more.

Los Llanos

One hour flight from Caracas, the Llanos (Savannah) occupying the entire central part of Venezuela, roughly a third of the national territory, they extend southwestwards well into Colombia taking-up vast areas in both countries. The Llanos are sparely populated, and it inhabitants, the Llaneros, are tough and resistant people used to the hard-work, but at same time they are very frendly hosts. The Llanos are Venezuela’s greatest repository of wildlife, especially birds, who live here permanently or gather seasonally to breed and feed, inclusive from remote places as Alaska & Canada. About 350 bird species and 50 mammals species have been recorded in the region, with particularly mean of birds as Scarlet-Ibis and Hoatzin, and aquatic mammals as Toninas (Freshwater Dolphins) and Manatí (Manatee), this last extremely endangered specie, Capybaras and Crocodiles are particularly common. Into the Llanos region we find large and old Cattle-Ranches known as “Hatos”. Some of them have recently turnedto ecotourism, with built comfortable lodges. We’ll enjoy Photo-Safary, on jeep or on-boat, usually one trip in the moorning and another in the late afternoon. Hato El Frío (800 sq.kms has been recognized as a wildlife shelter since the colonial times, several national & international institutions carry on research projects. It is amazing, that drivers have ton shout their way through the bands of Capibaras, Crocodiles and Iguanas that block the passage.