Posada Alisei

Gran Roques, Los Roques National Park, Coastal Islands, Venezuela | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Gran Roques, Los Roques National Park, is near Fransiqui Island.
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Travel Blogs from Los Roques National Park

Los Roques: Final Destination!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jul 09, 2014

4 comments, 21 photos

... not to be because my flight from Puerto Ordaz was delayed by two hours! Much of this was to do with ongoing protests in the country.


I had left the jungle camp on time and Antonio and I ploughed up the Orinoco in the power boat stopping on route at his place by the river,where his son came out to greet us.He came a cropper and fell into the river when the jetty outside the house collapsed! and I could not help myself but to roll up in laughter,luckily everyone ...

Los Roques Wonder

A travel blog entry by migas on Oct 30, 2013

4 photos

... our last foreign money into bolivares Fracos. It was not easy to find a good rate but we managed to get a better deal than the Hotel. Since we got late in the archipelago, the tours already gone. So we just took a boat to the island of Madrisky. It was a stuning beach. White sand paradise style. One of the best. We snorkeled and got to the mail island to relax have dinner and ...

It's not always paradise in paradise

A travel blog entry by charlotte on Feb 10, 2012

2 comments, 13 photos

I booked a trip to Los Roques for just one day, yes I know it was short but it's all decisions about money and time, so decision was made based on that!

I get up super early to get to airport at 6.30am, hang around till after 10am or so before flight board, board a 12 seater which really does not look safe to fly, it seems like I am on someone's toy plane from everything like the boarding pass to ...

Caribbean paradise

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 23, 2011

11 photos

... nice restaurant and boy were we glad we did! Our meal included a fresh salad (where do they get the veggies on this remote island?) and arepiquitas, mini arepas that were topped with basalmic vinaigrette and were little pieces of bite sized heaven. The fish was incredible and so fresh I wouldn't have been surprised if it had done a few last death throw flops on my plate. Fully sated, we strolled back to our beach chairs, exploring the beach as we went and finding a ...

Day 2 in Los Roques

A travel blog entry by blog-leslita on Mar 20, 2011

2 comments, 42 photos

... cozy with me on the pier. I just chalked it up to the fact that he lives on an island and has access to very few single women... I suspect:-) But then I noticed a silver band on his left hand. So, is he married or common law or neither? It is so confusing in South America because in Venezuela they wear their wedding bands on their right hand. If they were a band on their left hand it means they are common-law (committed) or it means they ...

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