Tanda Tula Safari Camp

Address: Merida,Venezuela, Merida, Andes, Venezuela | 4 star campground
 
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Location

This 4 star campground, located on Merida,Venezuela, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

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... began our ascent into the Andes and to the cloud forest (a hotel perched at cloud level with a unique ecosystem due to the clouds). The roads were pretty decent until the National Park started. We stopped at a waterfall and saw a toucan. We also saw a turkey bird that dwells in the trees! The town of La Azulita on our way up the mountains was incredible. It's amazing how much civilisation there is at 3000 feet! We arrived at the hotel and, unfortunately, they weren't expecting ...

A day of adventure

A travel blog entry by holident on Apr 13, 2013

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... so we all did mini dances to keep ourselves warm.

The next big challenge, & probably the most daunting of the lot, was a jump into a very narrow crevice. Our guide put her hand out to signal exactly where we needed to jump to avoid bashing ourselves on the rocks either side. We literally had to step off the rock & plunge in... So scary! Luckily, we all survived.

The second waterfall, 20m high, was by far the most exciting with a large volume ...

Small in size, big in fun

A travel blog entry by gringoquinns on May 16, 2012

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... times in Hotel Mustafa but it was because the waiter was so delighted to have someone in. We also went to La Abadia (The Abbey) - a converted building where the waiters wear robes and they have Enigma on a loop. The whole thing is less 'atmospheric' and more 'disconcerting'.

Merida is a hotspot for adrenaline junkies, with all kinds of high octane activities on your doorstep. We opted for paragliding (flying ...

Crossing the Border to Venezuela

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 01, 2011

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... on par with other places in South America. So obviously, this was the way to go for us. In preparing for our Venezuela entry, we had spent a bit of time researching where to best change our money (either in Colombia or in Venezuela), and had opted for a mixed strategy. First, we would exchange some Colombian pesos for Bolivares while still in Colombia (where the rate is good, and you are technically not doing anything illegal). The other part of money we would carry with us in ...

Merida and Los LLanos

A travel blog entry by james.tash on Mar 03, 2011

4 comments, 127 photos

... us. .

The evening was spent eating meat from a cow killed that day and watching a local singing and playing guitar while his little son used maracas and started the Tradicional Joropo dance and music).

After an uncomfortable night (for Tash) in the hammock we awoke early and travelled by sitting on top of the jeep – avoiding overhanging branches, some with thorns - to the river Caņo Guaratico where we boarded our dugout canoe for a water ...