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CIR-03 VENEZUELA NATURE TOUR (10 Days) 
LA GUAIRA-CANAIMA - HENRI PITTIER NATIONAL PARK - CHORONÍ - LOS 
ROQUES-CORAL KEYS. Arrival at Simón Bolívar International Airport over night in
La Guaira and the nex day flight to Canaima from Maiquetía National Airport. The 
airplane overflight Canaima National Park, one of the oldest regions of the
planet, land of imposing Tepuis. In a clear day, the most important of all "The 
Auyantepuy" and the Angel Falls can be seeing. Make different excursions to
Sapo and Yuri Falls and a boat ride in the lagoon. From there we flight back to 
Maiquetía airport and take our Van's to Caracas, lodging in Avila Hotel. In the
morning Choroní, located in the heart of rain forests, mountains, cacao plantations and 
tropical beaches. Enjoy our comfortable guesthouse a restored colonial
house. Visit surrounding beaches and bays. Transfer to Macuto and the next day flight 
to Los Roques Coral Keys and its magnificence of the coral reef with
infinite shades of blues and greens. Dive in the turquoise waters of Los Roques to 
discover the fantasy of the tropical underwater world. Relax in its fabulous
white sand beaches and it's diverse fauna. A City tour of Caracas can be arranged upon 
request.
Itinerary: D1. Reception and transfer to Hotel Puerto Viejo Hotel. D2. Transfer to 
National Airport. Flight to Canaima. Reception. Posada
Waku-Lodge. Canaima Lagoon. El Yuri Falls. D3. Full Day Tours to Kavac with 
overflight of Angel Falls. D4. El Sapo Falls. Handcrafts. Flight to Caracas.
Hotel Avila. D5. Transfer to Choroní, Henri Pittier. National Park. Posada Cotoperix. 
Choroní. Puerto Colombia. Playa Grande. D6. Full Day to Chuao
Bay. D7. Playa Seca. Interpretative natural path in the mountain. Rivers. Transfer to 
Hotel Puerto Viejo D8. Transfer to airport. Flight to Los Roques
Coral Keys. Beach activities in the keys Posada Zancudo Azul. D9. Beach activities in 
the keys. Flight to Maiquetía. Transfer to Puerto Viejo Hotel.
D10. Transfer to Simón Bolívar International Airport. Assistance and check flight. 
When to go: July to April. 
Includes: All air, river and ground transportation. All Hotel and other sleeping 
accommodation, all meal's (except in-out hotel meal's) & national
drinks. Englisg speaking guides. Airport arrival and departure assistance." FULL 
SERVICES ".
Nº PAX    2    Price/Pax    $ 1.483
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CVW-01 CHORONI "LOS HERNANDEZ" GUESTHOUSE (3 Days-2 Nights).
Transportation to Choroní. A beautiful town of colonial architecture, located in the heart 
of rain forests, mountains, cacao plantations and tropical beaches.
Enjoy the comfortable posada " Cotoperix" a restored colonial house. Visit surrounding 
beaches and bays.
Itinerary: D1. Transfer to Choroní, Henri Pittier National Park. Maracay. Las Delicias 
Zoo. Overland in Henri Pittier National Park. Posada Cotoperix.
Choroní. Puerto Colombia. Playa Grande.D2. Full Day to Chuao. D3. Valle Seco. 
Natural interpretative footpath in the mountain. Rivers. Transfer to
Caracas. 
When to go: July to May. 
Includes: transórtation and sea transportation. Accommodation. All meal's & drinks. 
Local tours. Specialized bilingual guides. 
Nº Pax 2   Price/Pax  $ 168
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EVW-03 PARIA PENINSULA - CARIBANA GUEST HOUSE & BEACH (4 Days-3 
Nights).
Beauty and more beauty loom at every turn in Sucre. Here, Columbus set foot on the 
soil of this continent for the first time and facing Macuro said that this was
the Land of Grace. It is the land of the Cumanagotos Indians, famous pearl divers. 
Unforgettable palm-lined beach nestled in the verdant foothills bordering
Paria National Park on the north side of the Paria Peninsula. Charming colonial village 
of Rio Caribe. First class comfort in old colonial house.
Itinerary: D1. Reception. Transfer from Carupano to Río Caribe. Posada Caribana. Visit 
Río Caribe. D2. Tours a Playa de Uva. D3. Tours to Playa
Medina. D4. Playa Puy Puy. Return to Carupano.
When to go: All year. 
Includes: Ticket Maiquetia-Carupano-Maquetia, Land fare. Spanish Colonial Inn. 
Meals. Local tours. Guide. .
Nº Pax   2  Price/Pax  $ 312
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CSW-01 LOS ROQUES ARCHIPELAGO NATIONAL PARK (2 Days or more).
From the air: ten blue tones! Underwater: tropical fish. On shore: white sand, sunny 
horizons. 364 islands for you to dream...
Sailing, diving, hiking, or doing 
Itinerary: Check-in flight to Los Roques. Air transfer to the archipelago. Reception. 
Transfer to the sail. Beginning the navigation to the keys. All meals.
Activities in the beach and natural interpretation: snorkeling, bathe in the beach. D2. 
Navigation for the keys. All meals. Recreation activities in the beach
and natural interpretation: snorkeling, bathe in the beach. D3. Navigation for the keys. 
All meals. Recreation activities in the beach and natural interpretation:
snorkeling, bathe in the beach. Return to the Gran Roque. Check flight to Maiquetía. 
Flight to Maiquetía.
When to go: All year.
Includes: Air fare. All meal's. Lodging in typical Posada Zancudo Azul. Boat rides. 
Snorkeling. Bilingual guides. Local tours & drinks. 
Departures: 09:00 am Arrivals: 05:00 pm
Nº Pax 2 Price/Pax   $ 390
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CSD-01LOS ROQUES ARCHIPELAGO NATIONAL PARK (Day Tour). 

Flight from Simón Bolívar International Airport. From the sky admire themagnificence 
of the coral reefs with infinite shades of blues and greens. Dive in the
turquoise waters of Los Roques to discover the fantasy of the tropical underwater world. 
Relax in its fabulous white sand beaches. 
Itinerary: Day Tours. Check-in flight to Los Roques. Air transfer to the archipelago. 
Reception. Transfer to the sail. Beginning the navigation to Krasky.
Lunch. Recreational activities and natural interpretation: snorkeling, bathe in the beach. 
Return to El Gran Roque. Check flight to Maiquetía. Flight to
Maiquetía
When to go: All year.
Includes: Air and sea transportation. Lunch & local drinks. Snorkeling gear Bilingual 
guides. 
Departures: 08:30 am Arrivals: 05:00 pm
Nº Pax   2  Price/Pax  $ 141
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PVW-03 HATO EL CEDRAL - WILDLIFE RESERVE (3 Days-2 Nights).
Flight to Barinas. Ride to Hato El Cedral converted in a wildlifesanctuary in the later 
years for the enjoyment and observation of the many species that inhabit
the Venezuelan savannas. This colonial hacienda is provided with most comfortable 
installations. From there, a number of daily excursions are planned: photo
safaris, night walks and navigation at close by rivers always to come across the 
surprising flora and fauna preserved in this spectacular wilderness paradise.
Itinerary: D1. Reception in San Fernando de Apure or Barinas Airport. Overland 
transfer from San Fernando or Barinas to Hato Cedral. All meals. Local
drinks. Reception. Accommodation. EcoPortal Wildlife Tours. D2. Full Day EcoPortal 
Wildlife Tours. D3. Transfer to San Fernando de Apure Airport. 
When to go: All year (The best season December - April). 
Includes: Ground and river transportation. Accommodation. All Creole meals & local 
drinks. Excursions and specialized bilingual guides. 
Departures: Daily 08.00 am Arrivals: 01:00 pm
Nº Pax  2  Price/Pax  $398
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WVW-01 MORROCOY NATIONAL PARK-CUARE RESERVE 
(3 Days-2 Nights).
Ground transfer to Tucacas. From Posada El Solar de La Luna right by the sea shore, navigate through the spectacular mangrove channels. Visit Isla de Aves,
home of a colony of Frigate and many other sea birds. Spend the day snorkeling in any of the many clear water keys where the abundant reef life is
astonishing. Choose a solitaire beach to bathe and relax or join the fun at Sombrero Key. Take an optional ride to the Cuare Bird Reserve, a saline lagoon,
obliged stopover for migrating flamingos on its way to the south.
Itinerary: D1. Transfer to Morrocoy National Park. Posada El Solar de La Luna. Visit to the keys. Recreational activities. D2.
Keys Full Day , with visit to Cuare Wildlife Reserve. Recreational activities. D3. Visit to the keys. Recreational activities.
Transferto Caracas. 
When to go: All year. 
Includes: All ground and sea transportation. Accommodation, all meal’s & national drinks. Optional Scuba Diving and other local activities. 
Nº Pax 2 Price/Pax  $ 375
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EVW-02 THE ORINOCO DELTA - WARAO COMMUNITY (4 Days-3 Nights).
Early morning flight to Puerto Ordaz. Drive to Piacoa where a boat will be waiting to navigate up Caño Araguao. Arrival to the natural set-up of a pallafitte
camp provided with comfortable moriche hammocks. The impressive Orinoco Delta, where the Venezuelan largest river meets the Atlantic ocean, after a 2.600
Kms. voyage, occupies an area the size of Holland. Along this journey observe a rich wildlife variety, the countless"arms" and islets that conform this spectacular
river outflow and the Warao communities dwelling in typical pallafitte homes. Have the pleasure to come near to their culture, traditions and their wonderful
craftsmanship. 
Itinerary: D1. Reception. Transfer to Puerto Piacoa. Cross of Río Grande. Navigation for the Caño Araguao. Visit indigenous communities. Arrival at
Orinoco Delta Lodge. Tours of natural and cultural interpretation. D2. Tours of natural and cultural interpretation. Visit indigenous communities. D3.
Encounter with the Atlantic Ocean. Tours of natural and cultural interpretation. Visit indigenous communities. D4. Tours of natural and cultural
interpretation. Visit indigenous communities. Return to Puerto Piacoa. Transfer to Puerto Ordaz. Airport. 
When to go: July to May. 
Includes: Ground & river transportation. Accommodation. All meal’s. Bilingual naturalist guides.
Nº Pax 2 Price/Pax  $ 565
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GYW-05 CANAIMA ADVENTURE III – WAKU LODGE 
(2 Days - 1 Nights ).
A land of savannas and astonishing vertical walls 3000-4000 ft., surrounded by dense jungle nourished by hundreds of the largest water falls anywhere.
Itinerary: D1: Reception in Canaima. Land transfer to Waku Lodge. All meals. Angel Falls overflight tours. Tours Laguna de Canaima. Tours Yuri Falls. D2.
Tours El Sapo Falls. Transfer to Canaima airstrip.
When to go: All year. 
Includes: Local air, ground and river transportation. Accommodation. All meals & drinks. Local excursions (Laguna de Canaima, Yuri Falls, Overflight at Angel
Falls, Sapo falls. Bilingual naturalist guides.
No. Pax  2 Price/Pax  $370
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GYE-03 ANGEL FALL - CHURUM MERU (3 Days).
Penetrate the dense jungle up Carrao River by curiara (Indian boat), up therapids to secret of the largest temple, Auyantepuy, vertical wall flat top mountains.
The source of the longest water drops on the earth (3,200-ft.). Get the drizzle on your face. 
Itinerary: D1: Reception in Canaima. Hiking to Puerto Ucaima to passing the El Sapo Falls (20 mín.). Navigation on the Carrao River to Ahonda Camp (Isla
Orquídea), with the excellent view of Auyantepuy. All meals. D2. Navigation on the Carrao and Río Churun Rivers. Isla Ratoncito. Hiking to Angel Falls base
(1hour). Return to Ahonda Camp. D3. Return to Canaima. Canaima Camp. Transfer to the Canaima airstrip. 
When to go: May to October.
Includes: River transportation. Naturalist guides. Camp equipment. All meals. 
No. Pax  2 Price/Pax  $ 250.00 
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 BIRDS AND NATURAL HISTORY

 Day One: Upon arrival we will be transferred to Caracas, and our hotel for the evening at Hotel Caracas

 Day Two to Four: This morning we will depart early to drive to Maracay. We will explore one of Venezuela’s natural gems, Henri Pittier National Park. Its impressive list of birds includes over 500 species, including 30 species of hummingbirds! This 220,000-acre wonderland goes from cloud forest at 4,000 feet, through several diverse habitats, reaching down no the Caribbean Sea and its mangrove forest. Today we will bird from the cloudforest to the lowland tropical deciduous forest, along the famous Choroni Road. Our day will begin among the giant liana-covered trees of the cloud forest searching out such species as Band-Tailed Guan, Band-tailed Pigeon, Blue-Winged Mountain Tanager, Speckled Hummingbird, Yellow-Legged and Glossy-Black Thrush,a nd perhaps with luck the secreative Black Hawk-Eagle. Later we will work our way down hill towards the small town of Cumboto, where we will picnic at one of the Cocoa plantations looking for soaring Ornate Hawk-Eagle,a nd searching for lineated Woodpecker, Lance-Tailed Mankins, Black-Crested Antshrike, and Orange-Crowned Oriole, Hopefully, we will have time for a swim in the blue Caribbean as we watch soaring frigatebirds and pelicans. Night

 Day Five: We will begin our day at the well-known Rancho Grande Biological Station Henri Pittier National Park searching out such species as White-Tipped Quetzal, Bronzy Inca, Long-Tailed Sylph, Green Jay, golden-Breasted Fruitcater, and Swallow Tanager, after breakfast at Rancho Grande Research Station, we will explore the trails looking for secretive forest birds such as Plumbeous Antshrike, Smoky-Brown Woodpecker, Black-Faced Anthrush,a nd perhaps lined quail-dove. We will hope for a feeding flock of tanagers, (made up of such specialties as Beryl-Spangled, Rufous-Cheeked, Golden, and Blue-Capped Tanagers), and endemics such as Handsome fruteater, Blood-Eared Parakeet, Groove-Billed Toucanet,a nd Guttulated Foliage-Gleaner. In addition, Rancho Grande is a great place to get a good look at Red-Howler Monkey and sloths. We will depart in the late afternoon for Caracas, where we will have dinner and spend the night at the Caracas Hilton Hotel.

 Day Six: Today we have a mid-morning departure flight to Merida, Venezuela’s gateway to the Andes. Merida is set on a plateau surrounded by the country’s highest peaks, Pico Bolivar and Pico Espejo, both over 16,000 feet. It is one of the few areas in Venezuela that still maintains a colonial flavor in its culture and architecture. We will visit the fascinating there-story marketplace, which sells everything from Andrea handicrafts to local fruits, vegetables and spices. We will then check into our hotel, located outside of the city of Merida, in time for lunch. This charming mountain Hotel’s grounds offer us the opportunity for excellent bird-watching, and we are likely to see Slaty Brush-Finch, Black-Capped Tanager,a nd Yellow-Bellied Siskin. Overnight Hotel Belensate.

 Day Seven: We will start out early this morning for the cloud forest at La Mucuy, in Sierra Nevada National Park. In this lush, misty forest we will look for Quetzals, Guans, Fruiteaters, Rose-Headed Parakeet, Red-Ruffed Fruitcrow and Merida Sunangel. After lunch we will take a scenic drive through Andrean Villages, climbing into the highlands and our hotel for the evening. Our hotel, located at 8,200 feet, is a replica of a colonial convent, with spectacular views of the mountains and Paramo. Night Hotel La Trucha Azul.

 Day Eight: This morning we will start out early to explore the Paramo. This treeless environment found over 8,000 feet has a unique flora; the dominant plant being a composite, Espeletia, Unique bird species occur here, such as Black-Chested Buzzars Eagle, Paramo Wren, and if we’re lucky the Bearded Helmeterest. We will stop at Lago Mucubaji, a glacial lake in tha Paramo, to look for some of these unique species, and make several stops at lower elevations to look for such specialties as Lacrimose Mountain Tanager, Coal-Black Flower-Piercer, Orange-Throated Sunangel, and Great Thrush, Night Hotel La Trucha Azul.

 Day Nine: Today we will begin our day by exploring the National Park’s cloudforest. In this exquisite forest, its trees in bromeliada, ferns and orchids, we will watch for feeding fruiteaters and tanagers, Golden-Headed Quetzal, and Golden-Bellied Starfrontlet. We will make a special attempt to visit a lek of the Andrean Cock-of-the-Rock; this spectacular bright orange bird is known for the elaborate performance of the males, as they display and dance to attract a female. We will then descend into the foothills looking for Black-and-Chestnut Eagle, Golden and Blue-necked Tanager, Violaceous Jay, and Orange-Headed Oriole. Along the streams we will look for Torrent Duck and White-Capped Dipper, there is the possibility of Spangled Coquette, Booted Racket-Tail and Striped Manakin. We will continue downward, past the lovely Andrean Village of Altamira, into the drier habitats looking for Qhite-Browed antbird, Cinnamon Becard, Golden-Crowned Warbler and Thick-Billed Euphonia. We will spend the night at the Hotel Bristol in Barinas.

 Day Ten to Twelve: This morning we will depart early to drive into the vast interior region of Venezuela; The Llanos. Here at Hato El Cedral, a 106,000 acre private wildlife santuary, you will be introduced to one o this continent’s greatest wildlife spectacles. Three days of excursions on this working cattle ranch will likely bring you sights of Jabiru, Maguari, and Wood Stork; seven species of Ibis; White-Necked, Whistling, Capped and Rufescent-Tiger Heron; Homed Screamer, White-Faced and Black-Bellied Whistling Ducks, Orinoco Goose; plus easy sightings of such after birds as Hoatzin, Sunbittern, and Aplomado Falcon; and a long list of 200 other possibilities including Yellow-Knobbed Curassow, Chestnut-Fronted and Scarlet Macaw, plus the near endemic Pale-Headed Jacamar and White-Bearded Flycatcher. In addition we will see herds of Capybara, hundred of Caiman, giant Anaconda, along with mammals such as Red-Howler Monkey, Crab-Eating Raccoon, and Pink Dolphin. Our night time excursion will add immensely to the richness of our visit as we search for night birds, giant Anteater, Crab-Eating Fox, Ocelot and hopefully the Puma.

 Our accommodations at Hato El Cedral are in spacious, air-conditioned, attractively furnished bungalows, each with private bath. The dining room serves excellent family-style meals, and the swimming pool is available throughout our visit. At the end of a long day you may be entertained by the famous Venezuelan cowboys, the “Llaneros”, who with their harps, “cuatros”, and maracas present their beautiful national music for visitors. Nights at Hato El Cedral..

 Day Thirteen: We will have an early morning departure for San Fernando de Apure or Barinas, and our flight back to Caracas. Departure for the airport and our flight home.

Net prices per person in Double Room

Net Price 7 Pax in Bus US $ 1,972

Net Price 8 Pax in Bus US $ 1,901

Net Price 9 Pax in Bus US $ 1,845

Net Price 10 Pax in Bus US $ 1,801

Net Price 11 Pax in Bus US $ 1,764

Net Price 12 Pax in Bus US $ 1,734

Net Price 13 Pax in Bus US $ 1,708

Net Price 14 Pax in Bus US $ 1,686

Net Price 15 Pax in Bus US $ 1,667

Tour Leader in Double Room US $ 1,400

Single Room Suplement US $ 527

 

Package Included:

*Accomodations at Indicated Lodges

 *Full Board During the whole trip

*All Ground Transportation

*All Internal Flights

 

Package Not Inluded:

*Lunch days 2, 10, 13.

* Dinner days 13.

*Alcoholics beverages & phone calls

*Personnal expenses

* Tips

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 SOUTHEASTERN VENEZUELA

 Day One: Upon arrival we will be transferred to Caracas, and our hotel for the evening at Hotel Caracas

 Day Two to Six: This morning we will be met and transferred south toward the Gran Sabana and lower slopes of the tepuis. These ancient mountains are said to be over 1.8 billion years old. They are formed of eroded sandstone, and all that remains are sheer mesas dropping thousands of feet to the jungle and sabana below. The local Indians hold the tepuis sacred, and as one passes over the fog shrouded mountains one can truly believe they are the homes of the goods. The beauty of this land with its thundering waterfalls and black-Water streams is reason enough to come. In addition are the numerous endemic species, such as Tepui Pemotlet, tepuis Swift, rufous-Breasted Sabrewing, Peacock Coquette, Greater Flowerpiercer, streak-Backed Antshrike, Red-Banded Fruitteater, rose-Collared Piha, Black-Fronted Tyrannulet, Golden-Tufted Grackle, Olive-Backed Tanager,a nd Tepui Brush-Finch; as the uniquely Guianan species such as Guianan Toucanet, rufous-Throated Antbird, Capuchinbird, and Blue-Backed Tanager. We do not need to scale the tepuis to see these special birds. The new road to Brazil climbs the Sierra de Lema allowing us the opportunity to bird the forested slopes for Guuianan Cock-of-the-Rock, Fiery-shouldered Parakeet. White-Fronted ans Scarlet-Horned Manakins, White Bellbird, Cliff Flycatcher,a nd Sharbill. In addition, we will bird the Gran Sabana (a grassy plateau over 1,000-min elevation) for Giant Snipe, and endemics such as Great Elaenia and Tepui Goldenthroat; and the Moriche Palm region for Red-Shouldered and Red-Bellied Macaws, Palm Swifts, and Moriche Oriole. Night at Barquilla de Fresa.

 Day Seven and Eight: This morning we will drive north to El Palmar. For the next two days we will bird in one of the richest lowland rain forest in Venezuela, Capament Rio Grande in the Imataca Forest Reserve. Here we will look for little Chachalaca, Red-and-Green Macaw, Red-Fan and Dusky Parrots, Painted Parakeet, rufous-winged Ground-Cuckoo, Green Aracari, Channel-Billed and Red-Billed Toucans, Green-Tailed and Paradise Jacamars, Pompador Cotinga, Black Nunbird, swallow-Wing, Ferrugineous-Backed Antbird, Musician Wren, Rose-Breasted Chat, Red-Rumped Cacique and Yellow-Green Grosbeak. In addition, this is one of the best places in Venezuela to see Harpy Eagle. Nights at Taguapire.

 Day Nine: After a final morning of birding in this wonderful forest we will return to Puerto Ordaz, and our flight to Caracas. Departure for the airport and our flight home.

 NOTE:Barquilla de Fresa is small and wonderful family run Hotel and can take only a limited number of guest but you can not be assured of private rooms. Serving excellent meals. There are no private bathrooms but since there are four of them, it is more than adequate-usually you find at least one that is free. The water in the showers may not be hot but it is tepid and the temperature is such that you do not really miss a hot shower.

Net prices per person in Double Room

Net Price 7 Pax  in Bus US $ 1.295

Net Price 8 Pax  in Bus US $ 1.248

Net Price 9 Pax in Bus US $ 1.211

Net Price 10 Pax in Bus US $ 1.182

Net Price 11 Pax in Bus US $ 1.157

Net Price 12 Pax in Bus US $ 1.137

Net Price 13 Pax in Bus US $ 1.120

Net Price 14 Pax in Bus US $ 1.106

Net Price 15 Pax in Bus US $ 1.093

Tour Leader in Double room US $ 916

Single Room Suplement US $ 140

 

Package Included:

*Accomodations at Indicated Lodges

 *Full Board During the whole trip

*All Ground Transportation

*All Internal Flights

 

Package Not Inluded:

*Lunch days 2, 9.

* Dinner days 9.

*Alcoholics beverages & phone calls

*Personnal expenses

* Tips

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FROM HENRI PITTIER TO THE LLANOS

 Day One: Upon arrival we will be transferred to Caracas, and our hotel for the evening at Hotel Caracas

 Day Two to Three: This morning we will depart early to drive to Maracay. For the next days we will explore one of Venezuela’s natural gems, Henri Pittier National Park. Its impressive list of birds includes over 500 species, including 30 species of hummingbirds! This 220,000-acre wonderland goes from cloud forest at 4,000 feet, through several diverse habitats, reaching down no the Caribbean Sea and its mangrove forest. Today we will bird from the cloudforest to the lowland tropical deciduous forest, along the famous Choroni Road. Our day will begin among the giant liana-covered trees of the cloud forest searching out such species as Band-Tailed Guan, Band-tailed Pigeon, Blue-Winged Mountain Tanager, Speckled Hummingbird, Yellow-Legged and Glossy-Black Thrush,a nd perhaps with luck the secreative Black Hawk-Eagle. Later we will work our way down hill towards the small town of Cumboto, where we will picnic at one of the Cocoa plantations looking for soaring Ornate Hawk-Eagle,a nd searching for lineated Woodpecker, Lance-Tailed Mankins, Black-Crested Antshrike, and Orange-Crowned Oriole, Hopefully, we will have time for a swim in the blue Caribbean as we watch soaring frigatebirds and pelicans. Night Hotel Italo

 Day Four: Today we will bird from the cloudforest to the lowland tropical deciduous, along the famous Choroni Road. Our day will begin among the giant liana-covered trees of the cloud forest above Rancho Grande looking for Ban-Tailed Guan, Band-Tailed Pigeon, Blue-Winged Mountain-Tanager, Speckled Hummingbird, yellow-Legged and Glossy-Black Thrush, and perhaps with luck a sighting of the secretive Black Hawk-Eagle. We might even come upon a roosting Band-Winged Nightjar. Later we will work our way downhill towards the small town of Cumboto, where we will picnic at one of the Cocoa plantations looking for soaring Ornate Hawk-Eagle, and searching for Lineated Woodpecker, Lancetailed Manakin, Black-Crested Antshrike, and Orange-Crowned Oriole, Hopefully, we will have time for a swim in the blue Caribean as we watch soaring frigatebirs and pelicans overhead. Night at Hotel Italo.

 Day Five: We will a half day of birding in this wonderful Park. We will depart in the afternoon for Caracas airport, where we will take the flight to Barinas and we will spend the night at the Hotel Bristol in Barinas.  

 Day Six to Eight: This morning we will depart early to fly into the vast interior region of Venezuela; the llanos. Here we will be transferred to Hato El Cedral, 106,000-acre private wildlife spectacles. Three days of excursions on this working cattle ranch will likely bring you sights of Jabiru, Maguari, and Wood Stork; seven species of Ibis; White-Necked, Whistling, Capped and Rufescent-Tiger Heron; Horned Screamer, White-Faced and Black-Bellied Whistling Ducks, Orinoco Goose; plus easy sightings of such sought after birds as Hoatzin, Sunbittern, and Aplomado Falcon; and a long list of 200 other possibilities including Yellow-Knobbed Curassow, Chestnut-Fronted and Scarlet Macaw, plus the near-endemic Pale-Headed Jacamar and White-Bearded Flycatcher. In addition we will see herds of Capybara, hundreds of Caiman, giant Anaconda, along with mammals such as Pink  Dolphin, Crab-Eating Raccoon, and Red Howler Monkey. Our night time excursion will add immensely to the richness of our visit as we search for night birds as well search for night birds as well as giant Anteater, Crab-Eating Fox, Ocelot, and hopefully the elusive Puma.

Our accommodations at Hato El Cedral are in spacious, air-conditioned, attractively furnished bungalows, each with private bath. The dining room serves excellent family-style meals, and the swimming pool is available throughout our visit. At the end of a long day you may be entertained by the famous Venezuelan Cowboys, the “Llaneros”, who with their harps, “cuatros”, and maracas present their beautiful national music for visitors. Night at Hato El Cedral.

 Day Nine: We will have an early morning departure for San Fernando de Apure or Barinas, and our flight back to Caracas. Departure for the airport and our flight home.

Net prices per person in Double Room

Net Price 7 Pax in Bus US $ 1,355

Net Price 8 Pax in Bus US $ 1,311

Net Price 9 Pax in Bus US $ 1,276

Net Price 10 Pax in Bus US $ 1,248

Net Price 11 Pax in Bus US $ 1,226

Net Price 12 Pax in Bus US $ 1,207

Net Price 13 Pax in Bus US $ 1,191

Net Price 14 Pax in Bus US $ 1,177

Net Price 15 Pax in Bus US $ 1,166

Tour Leader in Double Room US $ 1,000

Single Room Suplement US $ 356

 

Package Included:

*Accomodations at Indicated Lodges

 *Full Board During the whole trip

*All Ground Transportation

*All Internal Flights

 

Package Not Inluded:

*Lunch Days 2, 6, 9.

* Dinner days 9.

*Alcoholics beverages & phone calls

*Personnal expenses

* Tips

 
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ECOPORTAL VENEZUELA -INDEX of CIRCUITS (ALL)

300 Circuits (28) Sections

 

1. VENEZUELA NATURE CIRCUITS (CIR) 


1 CIR-01: VENEZUELA NATURE TOUR - 15 DAYS .

2 CIR-02: VENEZUELA NATURE TOUR - 10 DAYS - Option #1 .
3 CIR-03: VENEZUELA NATURE TOUR - 10 DAYS - Option #2 .
4 CIR-04: OVERLAND NATURE TOUR - Route # 1 
5 CIR-05: OVERLAND NATURE TOUR - Route # 2 
6 CIR-06: OVERLAND NATURE TOUR - Route # 3 .

2. CARACAS & CENTRAL VENEZUELA (CV)

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7 CVD-01: THE SPANISH ROYAL ROAD - AVILA NATIONAL PARK .
8 CVD-02: AVILA "MAGIC MOUNTAIN" - LOS VENADOS - GALIPAN .
9 CVW-01: CHORONÍ - LOS HERNANDEZ GUEST HOUSE 
10 CVW-02: CHORONÍ - ECONOMICAL PLAN 
11 CVW-03: CAÑONISMO DAY TOUR 
12 CVW-04: TREKKING PICO NAIGUATA .

3. WESTERN VENEZUELA (WV)

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13 WVW-01: MORROCOY CORAL SANDS .
14 WVW-02: CORO-TAIMA -PARAGUANA-DUNES-BEACHES & HISTORY .
15 WVW-03: PARQUE MORROCOY POSADA PARAÍSO AZUL 
16 WVW-04: PARQUE MORROCOY YATE WEEKEND 
17 WVW-05: PARQUE MORROCOY DAYTOUR 

4. EASTERN VENEZUELA (EV)
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18 EVW-01: ALEJANDRO VON HUMBOLDT - GUACHARO CAVE - AIR TOUR .
19 EVW-02: THE ORINOCO DELTA - WARAOS - LAND OF WATER 
20 EVW-03: PARIA PENÍNSULA - CARIBANA GUEST HOUSE & BEACH .
21 EVW-04: MOCHIMA GOLFO CARIACO Y ARAYA CRUCERO 5 DAYS .
22 EVW-05: PN MOCHIMA PLAYA SANTE FE RESORT-WEEKEND 
23 EVW-06: PARIA-RIO CARIBE-POSADA CARIBANA-WEEKEND .
24 EVW-07: PARIA-PLAYA MEDINA-WEEKEND 
25 EVW-08: PARIA-HACIENDA LA CUMACA – 4 DAYS .
26 EVW-09: DELTA ORINOCO TOBE LODGE GUEST HOUSE-3 DAYS .

5. CARIBBEAN SEA (CS)

27 CSD-01: LOS ROQUES