The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) currently advises against all but essential travel to Venezuela.

Until this changes we can no longer operate trips to Venezuela.

We hope that the situation on the ground will stabilise in the near future.

The highest waterfall in the world shot in the early morning, Venezuela


Nature on an epic scale – and we saved you a front-row seat

Tours in Venezuela

Venezuela is about four times the size of Britain, but with only 17 million inhabitants, 75% of them urban, it is one of the least densely populated countries of the American continent.

In natural endowments, however, the country is unquestionably rich, meaning Venezuela holidays offer almost every type of scenery to be found on the continent.

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Highlights of Venezuela trips

The Andes: The most northerly extension of the great South American range covers the northwestern part of Venezuela, whose main city is the attractive colonial centre of Mérida.

Los Llanos: Swampy floodplains in the wet season, grassy pastureland in the dry, the region is home to millions of cows and a vast array of wildlife, with more than 500 species of bird, countless caiman and capybaras, as well as more exotic species such as the jaguar, ocelot and honey bear.

Jungles and rivers: The country's main artery, the Orinoco, is one of the great rivers of the continent. 

The Grand Savannah: This unique area in the uplands of the south-east is part of a national park the size of Belgium. This is a weird, otherworldly environment, and the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'.

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Responsible travel

We offer more than 500 holidays across 100 countries on all seven continents. And although we’ve grown in the past 40 years, our philosophy has stayed the same: to bring like-minded people together on authentic adventures, with minimal impact to the environments and cultures we visit. We work only with reputable partners, with whom we’ve built long-standing relationships, and participate in various community and environmental projects around the world. Read more about our responsible travel initiatives here.

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