Joel Dullroy

Caracas

Venezuela’s bustling capital city is coming back to life, with new restaurants, rooftop bars, hidden cafes, shopping and cultural activities. That’s on top of its historic district, interesting barrios, modernist architecture, nearby mountains and beaches. Safety and travel quality has dramatically improved in recent years.

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Los Roques

The islands of Los Roques boast some of the most beautiful beaches in the whole Caribbean, and are a major reason why many people visit Venezuela.

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Merida

Merida is where Venezuelans go for a taste of wintery weather. The city sits at 1600 metres above sea level in the Andes mountains, which catch snow during colder months. The Merida teleferico is one of the longest and highest cable cars in the world.

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Roraima

The mighty Mount Roraima is one of South America’s great trekking destinations. Roraima is the world’s tallest tepuy, with huge cliffs guarding an otherworldly ecosystem.

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Morrocoy

Morrocoy is one of the most popular beach destinations for Venezuelans, with white sand, palm trees, clear water and perfect weather. Boats take visitors for day trips to the islands to enjoy a moment in paradise.

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