Venezuela’s Caribbean coast is, at over 3,000km long, the longest coastline in the Caribbean. It is full of beautiful beaches, islands, coral reefs and an amazing variety of fish species.
Here we highlight some of the possibilities we offer at each location on the Venezuelan Caribbean.
About 150km due north of Venezuela’s Caribbean coastline lies one of the least visited archipelagos in the world: Los Roques National Park. The Park is a giant coral reef skimming the surface of the turquoise and emerald waters, comprising 50 white-sand islands and a further 200 (or more) beaches and islets.
Visit the remote islands of the archipelago to relax, stroll on the white-sand beaches or swim in the crystal clear waters. Explore the underwater world with diving or snorkelling excursions or visit the flats for exciting bonefish fishing.