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Venezuela’s National Parks are Unparalleled and Worth the Visit

Venezuela’s National Parks are Unparalleled and Worth the Visit

It’s hard to know what’s real these days in the news, but there’s one thing you can depend on when it comes to Venezuela’s national parks: they’re absolutely stunning and well worth the visit alone. Whether you love hiking through pristine forests or snorkeling in crystal clear waters, there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained and coming back for more time and again. Here are just a few of the best spots that you’ll want to visit if you ever find yourself in Venezuela.

Canaima National Park

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If you don’t visit Canaima National Park, your trip to Venezuela won’t be complete. This national park will win you over with its biodiversity and commanding table mountains in addition to being home to the top tourist destination in the nation, Angel Falls. The falls tower 979 meters high and is the world’s tallest waterfall. The lush rainforest of this national park provides an opportunity for visitors to see a unique ecosystem that is unlike any other on earth. With these features and more, visiting this national park is not just an experience but an unforgettable adventure that can’t be missed!

Avila National Park

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Never leave Venezuela without visiting this national park, which is renowned for its breathtaking vistas, unspoiled surroundings, and challenging walks, if you consider yourself a true explorer who enjoys exploring hilly terrains. The most popular of Avila’s trails take visitors to El Morro, an ancient rock formation that towers more than 300 meters above sea level. While it takes about four hours to make it all the way up there on foot, visitors will be rewarded with panoramic views of Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela and Falcon State in Colombia.

Mochima National Park

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Mochima, the most stunning national park in northern Venezuela, offers everything for everyone, from lush mountain ranges to pristine beaches teeming with whales and dolphins. The valleys stretch across hundreds of square miles and reach up to 4,000 feet at their highest point. If you’re lucky enough to explore this beauty on a clear day, then you can see not only the Caribbean Sea but also Colombia’s Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Mountains across the waters. Visitors can walk through underground rivers and caverns where stalactites hang from ceilings like icicles or travel over an impressive suspension bridge that soars more than 600 feet above dense jungle below.

Médanos de Coro National Park
Venezuela’s unending natural diversity is one thing we enjoy. Even if you’re searching for a desert-like natural park, this nation won’t let you down. Sand dunes and little vegetation dominate the vast, open area of Médanos de Coro, which matches that description admirably. The region has been occupied by humans since 6000 BC. Nowadays it has been designated as a national park in order to preserve its beauty and cultural value.
Tropical rainforests are also abundant in Venezuela and two of its most famous parks, Canaima National Park (the world’s largest tropical rainforest) and Henri Pittier National Park (one of the most ecologically diverse places on Earth) offer unmatched views of flora, fauna, and mountainside waterfalls.

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