Morrocoy Coral Reef

Address: Carretera Nacional Moron Coro, Tucacas, Estado Falcon , Morrocoy National Park, Northwest Venezuela, Venezuela | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Carretera Nacional Moron Coro, Tucacas, Estado Falcon , Morrocoy National Park.
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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

      ... drop anchor and people swim and chat. They even have food vendors and souvenir sellers with their products on mini rafts which they pull around! The guy cracking open oysters and lobsters on a polystyrene float was the best. We returned to dry land at 5.30ish and headed back. Dinner was excellent. What we are now sure of is that Venezuelans know how to do an amazing burger (meat, ham, egg, cheese, lettuce, tomato, sweet corn, crisps (!) and about 6 different sauce bottles on ...

      Carribean beaches

      A travel blog entry by frenchguy on Jun 17, 2012

      ... his wife and 3 kids, as well as with his parents. Had quite some beers there, enjoyed the beautiful (and warm) water, the hot (very hot) sun !

      Met some more people later in town, e.g. Carmen, a Colombian lady who was speaking English and even some French with me - 2 languages I had not heard for ages ! The reason was that she had been married to a French man and, hence, had been living ...

      Lifes a beach in Venezuela

      A travel blog entry by fricke on Sep 06, 2011

      14 photos

      ... with him. We got his contact info too in case we travel in the area where he is from. We arrived in our destinatiom, Maracay, to find out that the road to the ocean (aka the beach) was washed out and impassable so we jumped back on the bus for a series of 2 more bus trips back-to-back. We finally reached our new destination, Tucacas, a beachside town on the border of Morrocoy national park.

      Morrocoy national park is a spectacular coastline environment ...

      The Beach!

      A travel blog entry by neal0092 on Feb 17, 2010

      31 photos

      ... full of people. The water was amazing as you can see in the pictures. We grabbed a bunch of chairs but found out later that we had to pay for them :( anyway we walked around for a little bit. The beach was filled with dead coral but the sand was soo soft closer to the palm trees. I guess some of the girls walked all the way around and found a sunken ship. Ill upload that picture too. ANyway it was an exausting weekend and I got NO homework done so I better get to it. More later! ...

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

      A travel blog entry by bt82 on Jan 09, 2010

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      ... Tayrona in Colombia (which was the kind of thing I was expecting here). Cayo Sombrero is much more crowded, during the day at least, yet the facilities are much more basic and much more expensive! There were only two good baņos for several hundred people, no electricity, no showers, and the eateries were basically tiny sheds selling a very limited menu. Also, no gringos!

      The first afternoon and evening I was too distracted by the thought of being kicked off or fined ...