Flotel Warrao

Address: Orinoco Delta, Venezuela, Orinoco Delta, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Orinoco Delta, Venezuela, Orinoco Delta.
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Travel Blogs from Orinoco Delta

Old Man Orinoco

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

I am in a dream right now,I find myself typing by candle light like a writer from a Victorian era travel expedition.

Located in a small bend,deep down the Orinoco River,lies one of hundreds of tributaries.I am in the most basic of camps,a tourist camp with no tourists,just me,a guide called Antonio,a cook called Maria and two native lads from the Waroo tribe,oh and two dogs! I am deep in the jungle just 70km from the Guyana border post,one of the most remote ...


A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on May 01, 2014

... on to bottles of wine. If we weren't drunk enough already we went up another step when Andrew started running around with some Brazilian rum. Skulls were in order which made everything get very messy. The night was an unreal experience as Venezuelans came and went. There was constantly heaps of meat and alcohol to go around but we all completely forgot about the cake! I don't remember going home but woke with a very sore head. A good indication if the terrific night we ...

Another slow day in Puerto Ordaz

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 11, 2013

Today I spent most of the morning getting info and debating on whether going on the Roraima Trek or not. Sadly, I ended up deciding not to go as I wasn't convinced on the super high price (at the moment, about 300usd) for the 6 day trek.

I felt that I was going over ...

Parque de la Llovizna, and hanging out in P. Ordaz

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 10, 2013

Today I slept till about 8 or so and headed out with Josť in his car to Parque de la Llovizna. It's an absolutely beautiful park with plenty of trees, birds, monkeys, waterfalls, etc. We spent a good couple of hours or so walking around and having a great time.

Afterwards we went around the city and saw random ...

Bus Day.... 11 hours worth

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 09, 2013

... responses and more help from the actual travellers, so that's fine.

It was a bit silly since we left at 10:15am or so and then no more than two hours later (into our 11 hour trip) we stopped for lunch... aaanywho.. I had some "tostones" (or chifles, in peru... salty banana chips) and a pepsi and some chocolate for the road since I wasnt that hungry already..

We made a couple of more stops on the way, including El Tigre ...