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Roundtrips | Classic Eastern Venezuela

We visit the most famous and exciting places during this round trip in eastern Venezuela. Canaima with the Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world, the animal rich Orinoco delta and the best Caribbean beaches like Playa Medina!
This round trip is organized by Kreis deutschsprachiger Posadas mit Tourangeboten.

Tag 1: Maiquetia (Caracas) - Ciudad Bolivar (-, -, -)

Flight to Ciudad Bolivar, welcome cocktail, briefing and overnight stay at Posada La Casita in Ciudad Bolivar.

Tag 2: Ciudad Bolivar - Canaima (F, M, A)

In the morning we leave Ciudad Bolivar with a small 5 seat Cessna. During the flight we have a fantastic view above the Guri lake, the Caroni river and the Gran Sabana. After arrival in Canaima we cross the famous Canaima lagoon with a dugout. This lagoon is fed by five waterfalls and is also a great photo opportunity. In the afternoon we walk behind the impressive Salto Sapo. We need bathing suits because we will get wet! Overnight stay is in beds opposite the Canaima lagoon. Here we also get a warm dinner.

Tag 3: Canaima - Angel Fall (F, M, A)

Today we drive up the Carrao river heading the the Angel Falls. Water level permitting it takes about 4 hours. In dry season the guides have to push the dugout along the rocks. We get an incredible beautiful view of the Auyan Tepui inside the devils canyon. Afterwards we walk about 90 minutes to a viewpoint of the Angel Falls. It is a great feeling standing below the highest waterfall in the world. At lunch time we get fried chicken at the banks of hte Carrao river. The overnight stay is in hammocks with view to the Angel Falls.

Tag 4: Angel Falls - Ciudad Bolivar (F, M, -)

After breakfast is the last opportunity for a morning picture of the Angel Falls. Afterwards we turn back to Canaima and take the plane back to Ciudad Bolivar. The overnight stay is again at Posada La Casita.

Tag 5: Ciudad Bolivar-  - Orinoco delta (F, M, A)

Early in the morning we drive from Boca Uracoa Ciudad Bolivar, capital of Delta Amacuro. On reaching the village of Boca de San Jose Uricoa Buja or can enter the world of the famous river Orinoco. Here we will be greeted by a guide we will take a boat to go to the camp where we will Abujene waiting for lunch one reccorrido 3 hours. In the afternoon we will have a boat excursion with a guide of the indigenous Warao tribe will give us a tour of some of the many canals to explore the fauna and flora. Then visit a Warao indigenous community where we can see moriche handicraft products and various seeds. If time permits we will watch the sunset over the Orinoco river, enjoying a drink. Upon returning to camp our dinner will be served.

Tag 6: Orinoco delta (F, M, A)

 After breakfast sail boat to go to a place where we will walk through the jungle. The guide will explain the functions of some plants and their medical effects. We may have the opportunity to test water cocoa, palm tree or water. In the afternoon we will swim in the river where there is a sandy beach. After piranha fishing we will bring to camp for dinner. If time permitting, enjoy the sunset on the river, be accompanied by the cries of parrots and monkeys, then have dinner.

Tag 7: Orinoco delta - Carupano (F, -, -)

This day we start at dawn, the best time to watch the animals close to the Campament. We cross a nearby lagoon and will see a lot of animals very closely.
After breakfast we start another tour through the narrow mangrove canals. Again we can watch and tape new species animals. The tour ends at the harbor where our car is waiting to take us to the Caribeean coast to Carupano.

Tag 8: Carupano (F, M, -)

Today we discover the untouched Paria peninsula, where the time stopped one-hundred years ago. To heat our senses, as the phase says, we visit the thermal springs of El Pilar. This melting pot of nature with its sulfur ambient reminds us of Faust "Witch hubbub". We get a late breakfast and boil eggs. Afterwards we visit the buffalo ranch "Rio de Agua" in the savannah of the gulf of Paria. Here we watch the water buffalos in the mud and the savannah with its birds from a viewpoint. Who want can taste fresh buffalo cheese. Then we follow the beautiful roadt via Bohordal through primary forest with immense bamboos grove until we reach "Playa Medina". Here we rest and spend some time. In the afternoon we visit the cacao hacienda "Bukare", where the owner explains how to increase the quality of cacao in a natural way. We are invited to learn the secrets of making cacao. On our way back to Posada Nena we visit the colonial village Rio Caribe and drive along the beautiful coast road.
Extending the stay at the beach and Posada Nena is always possible.

Tag 9: Carupano - Caracas (F, -, -)

After breakfast we drive to the airport of Carupano and take the plane to Maiquetia to get the international flight in time.

Photos... (You will find more photos in our Photo Gallery)

Angel Fall / Salto Angel Salto Sapo
waterfall backpackers in action
Eastern Venezuela for nature lover
Key information:
Number of days: 9
Price per person: 1.100,- EUR
Level of difficulty:
(1 = easy  5=difficult)
Minimum 2 persons required.

What's included:
Überdachtes Boot mit Außenbordmotor
Transport im Toyota 4WD
Übernachtung viermal in Hängematten und neunmal in komfortablen Camp oder Hotel
Professioneller Reiseleiter, zweisprachig
Zwölf mal Frühstück, acht mal Mittagessen und elf mal Abendessen
Alle Ausflüge laut Programm
What to bring:

insect repellent
sun protection
swim wear
light clothing
good walking shoes
pocket knife

Weitere Informationen:

We also provide a pick up service or assistance at the international airport in Caracas or Porlamar (Isla de Margarita).

Furthermore we have printable travel brochures for you.

Empfohlene Literatur:

Recommended Travel map from Int. Travel maps,, ISBN 0-921-46359-6

Guidebooks from Lonely planet, Footprint or Bradt Travel Guide

"into the heart" an Amazon love story from Kenneth Good ISBN 0-241-12792-0. One of the most fascinating books I read over a anthropologist who felt in love with a Yanomami woman in the unexplored Amazon jungle. Read it!!!

"The lost world", Arthur Conan Doyle, ISBN 0-812-97213-9


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