Posada Bogavante

Address: Av. Principal Los Corales, Morrocoy National Park, Northwest Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Principal Los Corales, Morrocoy National Park, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Morrocoy National Park

10. East to West - epic cross country

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 02, 2013

... to say the least. There were two young couples who passed a giant fishbowl of rum and coke between them on the boat. Very amusing. We saw some cool vulture type birds in the mangroves which had big red throats that blew out like balloons. The boat driver also plucked a starfish from the water which was subsequently manhandled by all the passengers. We weren't too keen to get involved but peer pressure forced me to hold it. Too weak! We also stopped at a shallow pool where ...

Carribean beaches

A travel blog entry by frenchguy on Jun 17, 2012

... for a while (and had been traveling around Europe).

Later, while having an Empanada for dinner, I met a young girl called Scarlett, daughter of the owner, studying and selling fresh fruit juices (in another village), really intelligent girl, having made lots of research on Venezuelan and European politics, history and culture - I was really impressed !

Went to sleep by midnight.

Lifes a beach in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by fricke on Sep 06, 2011

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... ID'd, searched, questioned and ripped off for a little money ($5 "luggage fee"?). We got to the next bus station, got ripped off again, then i (mistakenly, like an idiot) gave some clown double the amount for the bus fare, and then we were off again on another overnight bus. The bus was full so we sat up front with the driver, who had a thing for over the top american 80's music on full blast all night long. We got to be buddies with the bus driver and had a ...

The Beach!

A travel blog entry by neal0092 on Feb 17, 2010

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... sun was sooo hot that the water felt great. WE went into town later that night and had a nice dinner. (I had bisteak and rice .. there is a picture of it) and the next day we got up really early and payed a guy to take us to Cayo Sombrero. (an island. Chichiriviche is known for the many tropical islands close by) the boat ride was scary at first because the ocean was kind of rough. but I got used to it . It took about twenty minutes. WE got to the island around 9:30 and it ...

Camping on my own (almost) private island :o)

A travel blog entry by bt82 on Jan 09, 2010

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... supposed to be quite quiet during the week but there were hundreds of people on both beaches. I guess the kids are still on Xmas vacation from school maybe...

So the boat driver re-confirmed that he would collect me at 10:00 Saturday and I got off, beginning my search for a couple of suitable coco trees to hang my hammock from. There were plenty of trees but, slightly worringly, plenty of signs saying that camping was prohibited! What a bandit if the boat driver had ...