Venezuela, 4th: The Bradt Travel Guide by Hilary Dunsterville-Branch
- ISBN-10: 1841620548
- Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides; 4th edition (February 1, 2003)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 500 pages
- Series: Country guide
Emphasizing ecotravel, this guide describes the wide-ranging opportunities for travelers exploring a country easily accessible from the United States. Possessing nearly 100 species of hummingbird alone, Venezuela has a fantastic array of wildlife--capybara, tapir, sloths, anteaters, armadillos, and vampire bats are just a few of the animal species which can be observed in their natural habitats, while a host of birdwatching locations are detailed. Find an impressive 43 national parks, including the marine parks of offshore islands, and 20 natural monuments including table mountains, with suggestions for hikes through cloudforests to Andean glaciers and the chance of spotting rare orchids. Take a trip to Angel Falls, travel to the Orinoco Delta wetlands where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean, visit the region where the Warao ¿canoe people¿ live, or try out a wide range of sports: from caving, climbing and cycling to diving, sailing and windsurfing. Margarita Island--the "Pearl of the Caribbean"--and a good range of beaches are also covered for the traveler wanting to follow in the footsteps of Robinson Crusoe and enjoy desert-island seclusion.
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