Hotel Cumanagoto Premier International Hotel

Address: Final Av Universidad, Cumana, Northeast Venezuela, 6101, Venezuela | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Final Av Universidad, Cumana, is near Cave of Guácharo (Cueva del Guácharo).
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    Travel Blogs from Cumana


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 26, 2013

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    Better night’s sleep despite the gunfire/engine backfiring/fireworks
    at least 10 times about 4am.

    Just as well as today was going to be a challenging day –
    wanted to get to Cumana or even better Araya but that would depend on the ferry
    website being wrong which after 19 Bsf porpuesto direct from Juangriego to
    Punta Piedras was found to be correct – as suspected service had been withdrawn

    Back to Playa

    A travel blog entry by lukemcgread on Feb 06, 2012

    After all the fun and excitement of the week in Caripe we had a week of chilling out and taking it easy back in PC again. It was nice to be out of the tents but we now had a week sleeping in hammocks! Its an unusual experience sleeping in a hammock and I to be honest, I prefer a bed. But still it was good to try it and we have to be used to it for the Orinoco Delta kayak trip!

    We decided to go off and see somewhere different ...

    Mochima Kayak Trip, Days 6-8

    A travel blog entry by lukemcgread on Jan 21, 2012

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    ... so I had somewhere to sleep, all be it cautiously.

    The second day was the most demanding but was great craic. We got up at 6 and set off at 8 to paddle around Isla de Caracas, a full 6 hours of paddling. The 1st leg was fairly uneventful, until we reached the coral reef that is. We jumped out of our kayaks here to snorkel for a while and got to see a few different fish and even a few lobster. When we had enough larking around with nature we beached the boats and had lunch, quite ...


    A travel blog entry by kristen_mcc on Jul 13, 2011

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    ... the group of chicas y yo embarked on the kayak trip. In the morning I woke up early and decided to do yoga, and was proud of the fact that I remembered a few yoga poses and did them. It was centering until Boris walked down the steps from the outdoor dining room towards the gate out to the beach and whistled at me. It was an example of what I usually wouldn´t have to try and avoid while doing yoga, but in the least I´ve become ...

    Star watching on the beach

    A travel blog entry by izzyhabib on Apr 14, 2011


    ... mid day at this small beach quite a way out and we stayed there for then day. When it came to night time everyone got boats back to main land and Loucin and I where left on this small beach just the two of us!
    It was so nice! We went swimming in the dark and the stars where amazing!
    It wasnt as comfy as you might think sleeping on a beach but it was ...