Turpial Travel & Adventureis here to help you experience Venezuela, know its indigenous people and see its wildlife in a sensitive and sustainable way so that coming generations may see it as well.
We specialize in leading small groups of visitors and draw on a network of eco-guides and other experts. We seek out the very best services to meet your particular needs, building specialized, tailor-made tours or developing programs for families or larger groups. We can even create adventure vacations, complete with extreme sports.
• Angel Falls, the world’s highest waterfall
• The Mérida cable car, the highest and longest in the world
• The Llanos region’s diverse and prolific wildlife
• The Caribbean beaches, including Los Roques, Mochima National Park and Margarita Island
• The Orinoco Delta
• Trekking in the Andes
• Climbing Roraima, the tepui that inspired The Lost World
• Some of the most spectacular bird watching on the planet
• The Catatumbo lightning, one of the few natural regenerators of the Earth’s ozone layer
• The breathtaking tepuis of the Gran Sabana lands
• The Orinoco River and the Amazonas region
Age range, type of group
Our activities include: birding, diving, hiking, trekking, rafting, biking, paragliding, cannoning, and kayaking.
We also offer circuits such as a:
1. Wildlife and Natural Safari
2. Venezuela Birding
3. Venezuela Biotours
4. Caribbean Jewels
5. Andes Trekking, River Rafting, and Canyoning
6. Venezuela Underwater
7. Trekking in the Guyana Region
8. Kayaking in Mochima National Park
9. The Four Elements: Rainforest, Coast, Llanos, Andes
KEY FACTS ABOUT VENEZUELA
Geography : Venezuela occupies most of the northern coast of South America on the Caribbean Sea. It is bordered by Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east, and Brazil to the south. Mountain systems break Venezuela into four distinct areas:
1. the Maracaibo lowlands
2. the mountainous Andes region in the north and northwest, with its Caribbean coast
3. the Orinoco basin, with the Llanos (vast grass-covered plains) on its northern border and great forest areas in the south and southeast
4. the Guyana highlands, south of the Orinoco, accounting for nearly half the national territory.
Like all tropical countries, Venezuela only has two seasons, the dry season (verano) and the rainy season (invierno), which are marked by a difference in rainfall rather than temperature. Generally, the dry season is from December to April/May, and the rainy season lasts for the rest of the year. Rainfall, however, can occur during the dry season, and the rainy season often has dry months.
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