Journals Venezuela

Weekend in Isla de Margarita

Created by Jodeci527 on February 22, 2013 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

While living in Trinidad, I took a 20 minute flight over to Venezuela, and felt like I had arrived in a totally different world. This is a recap of my travels.

Venezuela: Caribbean beaches, Angel Falls, beautiful Andes and more

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on November 14, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

I have been many times in Venezuela; it has many beautiful places: Merida, Canaima, Angel Falls, Coro, Ciudad Guayana, Puerto La Cruz, Playa Colorada (mountains, white sand, palm trees, turquoise water…), Cumana, Colonia Tovar, Chichiriviche… Venezuela has beaches surrounded by mountains, Andes with snow all-year-round, and much more to enjoy

Venezuela though new eyes

Created by onesundaymorning on August 22, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

A few days in Venezuela

Return to the Pearl of the Caribbean

Created by getawayguy on July 6, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

We were here for the first time in June 2002. We were excited to return to explore this tropical paradise above and below the water. We were able to spend time with old friends and make a few new ones too. We learned some new things about ourselves in the process.

Magic Amid the Multitudes in Maracaibo

Created by Jose Kevo on November 14, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
2 Stories

Description: Considering the world's second-largest oil reserve headquarters is in Maracaibo, assume an ooze of wealth. But in a city of 2 million, where 85% live in poverty, crude interprets everything. With no tourists or Caucasians, no English, and no apprehensions, "finding yourself" in this alien entourage reveals more than you'll ever expect.

And Deliver Us From Eden's Evils...

Created by Jose Kevo on August 12, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Nestled between the sea and the Andean foothills within Henri Pittier National Park, Puerto Colombia has potential for being the premier hot spot along Venezuela's coast. Unfortunately, there's a mixed bag of agendas! Read the Free Form first to understand why journal content and destination are perhaps lacking.

Drifting Through Life...The Morrocoy Cays

Created by Jose Kevo on July 27, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Unless planning to head off-shore to the Los Roques archipelago or Margarita Island - both rather costly, Morrocoy National Park is your best bet for decent, convenient beach along Venezuela's Caribbean coastline.Planned itinerary only called for one day of explorations...though I could've stayed and played for much longer.

Raucous in Tucacas

Created by Jose Kevo on July 15, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

Providing quick, easy access to Morrocoy Cays National Park, this beachfront community serves up a lot more than just sand! With a wealth of inexpensive accommodations and dining steeped in simple ways of Latin living, you'd be short-changing your Venezuelan adventures not to stop and indulge for a while.

In Front and all over The Outback

Created by Jose Kevo on June 13, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

Shaped like the profile of a head with a long skinny neck connected to the mainland, the Península de Paraguaná is worth a day of incomprehensible quests if staying in the city of Coro. It's wild and untamed; one of the first but least settled territories of Venezuela.

Waterworld -- Venezuela's Orinoco Delta

Created by PatandCorinne on May 21, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

9 Reviews
2 Stories

Take a journey into the heart of Venezuela's unspoiled Orinoco Delta, a vast system of waterways that weave through the steamy jungle to form one of the largest intact wetlands remaining on Earth.

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