Aventura Caracas

Avenida Sorocaima con Avenida Francisco Fajardo, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Caracas


A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah


... The public transport is clean, efficient and so cheap it's basically free; the love of Hugo Chavez (and pride in Simon Bolivar, the liberator of northern South America) is plain to see as you walk the streets; and the arts & culture scene is vibrant and inclusive. There's no doubt it has some obvious mountains to climb but, those problems aside, it's one of our favourite cities in the ...

Tour time!!

A travel blog entry by cj1s17


Yesterday, we took a tour of Downtown Caracas. First of all, NOTHING HAPPENED!!! We are safe, we did not get robbed. At first I was a little worried, and so were all the people we worked with, however our tour guide was the best!!!! He gives lots of tours around Caracas and throughout South America. Our guide Miguel works for www.cacaotravel.com. We learned a lot about the city of Caracas, and had a really good time. ...

Arrival in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by rogieroffers


... the airport in Macuto (probably staying there for two nights) in a simple hotel. My first impression is that the people I have met so far are friendly and helpful. Tomorrow I am going to check out the seaside and orient myself on local transportation and other practicalities in order to schedule more or less the upcoming weeks in Venezuela. Excursions and hikings to the Angel Falls, Roraima and the Orinoco delta are on my priority list.

Take care and till the next message.

Amazons and Angels (& Amadeus)!

A travel blog entry by carlier


... jungle lodge 3 hours up the Rio Negro from Manaus. The Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge was a big change from our usual backpacker fare and proved a wonderful base for exploration. Set deep in the jungle alongside the enormous river we had a fantastic three days trekking, wildlife spotting on land and water and stuffing ourselves with some great food and lapping up the luxurious accommodation. The Rio Negro is a popular choice for jungle tripping given that its ...


A travel blog entry by riege

... I booked a quite expensive hotel that had a special > luxury weekend with breakfast buffet for only CHF 160.-. Not that bad, as I learned the same day that another fact out of the guidebook was true, Caracas is well and truly the most expensive Latinamerican city. I had a pizza and a coke for dinner and that emptied my wallet by Bs.F.120.- (CHF 30.-)!! Except for the drive from the airport to the hotel, I haven't seen much of the city yet. And that will mostprobably stay that ...


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