Cheap Holidays to Venezuela
A country of striking natural beauty, which ranges from the snow-capped Andean peaks in the west, through the Amazonian jungles in the south, to the beaches of the north, Venezuela is among the most highly urbanised countries in Latin America.
A must see is the impressive Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world and it is also possible to take a safari through the tropical plains and grasslands in search of pumas and jaguars, well worth taking a trip to Venezuela to see all of it's delights.
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Venezuela has a tropical climate, with year round hot and, during the rainy season, humid weather.
Typically the rainy season runs from April to September, with rain showers generally occurring in the afternoon and rarely lasting for more than an hour. Temperatures vary depending on altitude, cooler in the Andes and Guyana plateau, and hot year-round in the lowlands.
During the rainy season the Andes should be avoided, however this is the best time to visit Angel Falls due to the higher water levels and greater volume coming down the waterfall. The north and the Caribbean islands are year round destinations
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Venezuela is a country of contrasts, ranging from the Andes Mountains in the west to the Amazon Basin rainforest in the south. It also features the longest stretch of Caribbean coastline to be found in any single country, as well as the world's highest waterfall, Angels Falls.
Out for Lunch!
Venezuelan food varies greatly from one region to another and has a lot of European influences particularly Italian, Spanish and French, along with African and Native American.
A common snack found throughout Venezuela is Arepas, a round, flat bun made of corn dough, which are grilled or baked and filled with pretty much anything. A popular filling is shredded meat and black beans. Food staples in Venezuela include corn, rice, plantain, yams, coconut, beans, seafood (along the coast) and several meats.
Flight Time - From London 14 hrs 30 mins with stop off
Currency - Bolivar
Nightlife - Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs and Cafes - mixed
Best Time to Visit All Year round
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