10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Venezuela in 2020

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Planning to visit Venezuela? Here are some of the best places to visit in  Venezuela.

Venezuela, a South American country, is extremely popular around the globe for its low petrol prices. The country is also famous for its beautiful natural sites that tourists love to see.

The country does not have a very stringent visa policy; therefore, you can visit and enjoy the natural sites of the country.

Adding to this, low transportation costs in the country will help you travel all the famous places without spending a lot of money.

Here are some of the places that you must visit while you are in Venezuela:

Top Attractions & Best Places to Visit in Venezuela1. Angel Falls

Probably this place will be the highlight of a person’s travel in Venezuela. The waterfall is the highest in the world with a height of 979 meters.

Reaching Angel Falls is not an easy job as the waterfall is located in the midst of an isolated jungle. However, when you reach the site, you will realize that it was worth all the struggle you put in for reaching here.

2. Morrocoy National Park

The park is extremely beautiful and also very biodiverse. There are several beaches at the park including Alemán cay, Mayorquina, Pescadores cay, Mero beach and Punta Brava.

The divers into the clear waters here can experience a variety of coral reefs and fishes. You can find several inns, restaurants and kiosks here. The sellers of coconut water and cocadas are very popular here.

3. Gran Roque

It is an island with very beautiful natural features. There are many good hotels to stay in Gran Roque as you might have to stay there for a while because it is an island that is accessible by air or by water; there is no road transport.

The island also features a lot of recreational activities for the people visiting there along with clear waters and beautiful beaches.

4. Playa El Agua

It is another one of the most visited tourist sites in Venezuela and is located on the Margarita island. The beach features a long gold sand line along with tall palm trees and numerous restaurants that provide quality food to the visitors at reasonable prices.

5. Pico Bolívar

The highest mountain in Venezuela, Pico Bolívaris located inMérida State. As it would be clear, the mountain is named after Simon Bolívar, the Venezuelan independence hero.

The main attraction here for the tourists is the cable car that is one of the highest and longest cable cars in the world. You can have a bird’s eye view of the entire scenic area while you are on the cable car. If you are visiting Venezuela, you will not want to miss this.

6. National Pantheon of Venezuela

Built on the site of a ruined church, this is the final resting place for several national heroes. The most prominent figure who lies here is Simon Bolívar.

Others include Simon Rodriguez, Juan Antonio Sotillo, Cristóbal Rojas, Luis Razetti, Manuel Piar, Fernando Peñalver and so on.

7. Sapo

One of the most picturesque places in the entire Venezuela, Sapois located in Bolivar and is strikingly beautiful.

The jaw dropping waterfall can easily make it to the wallpaper of your desktops. The beauty of this waterfall is elevated even more during sunrise; therefore, you should try and be there as early in the morning as possible.

8. Bahía de Cata

Another beautiful beach with clear water, clean sand and tall coconut trees. The beauty of this place is nearly unmatchable and if you visit it, you should not even stress about the next meal you will have as the beach has several restaurants that can serve you fresh and quality food at reasonable prices.

9. Museo de Bellas Artes

If you are a lover of art, this is a must visit place for you. Located in Caracas and founded in 1917, this museum holds a great collection of Egyptian art.

The artistic works present here are unique and depict the ancient artistic methods.

10. Children’s Museum of Caracas

If you are visiting Venezuela with your children, this is one of the best places you can take them to. It was established in 1982 by Alicia Pietri de Caldera, the first lady of Venezuela at that time. The museum has a great collection that aims to teach children about science, culture and arts.

PS: More best places to visit in Venezuela will be shared soon.

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