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Tips from our Travelers

I wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year from the Turpial Travel Team!
I thought it would be good to start the year by sharing some excellent feedback received from one of our travelers while traveling through Venezuela. I hope this helps!  Read more
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Venezuelan Religious Traditions

Zaragoza

If you are in Venezuela during the months of December and January,  travel to the western side of Venezuela to see beautiful religious and folkloric festivities. It is a great time to enjoy and appreciate colorful and traditional events.

In December for example, the western side of the country has the highest concentration of events, especially between the 28th and 29th of December where they honor San Benito and commemorate the Holy Innocents. Sanare in Lara, is renowned for its “Zaragoza” who take the village streets on the 28th. Read more

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Falcón a destination for adventure

Falcón – a destination for adventure

Located in west of part of the country, the Falcon State offers a variety of beautiful beaches, warm waters and comfortable accommodations. Morrocoy’s and Chichiriviche’s beaches are among the most visited by locals and foreigners who cometo enjoy the sun, water sports, and nature. Turpial Travel offers unique packages to these destinations!

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Did you know?

Did you know that Latin America and the Caribbean have one of the greatest endowments of natural capital in the world? Did you know that the region is the site of six of the world’s most biodiverse countries—Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela—as well as the single most biologically diverse area in the world, the Amazon rainforest? South America alone has more than 40 percent of the Earth’s biodiversity, and more than one-quarter of its forests. UNDP Report: Latin America and Caribbean are “biodiversity superpower”; 02 December 2010.

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Are you an adrenaline junkie?

Rafting in the Siniguis (IV – V) and Acequia Rivers (Level III) is said to be the best water coaster in all of Venezuela. You can also find good rafting in Puerto La Cruz and the Gran Sabana, but none like these. These rivers are born in Pico Bolivar “Bolivar Peakand as there is no population between Guamanchi and the top of the mountain the water is clear and wonderful to raft in. I did rafting in Chile, where I am, but the levels here are tremendous! “Qué cosa tan buena”!

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