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Something amazing to look forward to, something wonderful to look back on.
Our 'grand tour' of Venezuela, featuring all the classic highlights and many little-known gems.
A memorable adventure among magnificent table mountains in Venezuela's 'Lost World'.
Discover the secluded natural world of the Orinoco Delta.
Time in the Paria Peninsula, probably our favourite place in South America.
A cabinet of curiosities, with quirky surprises at every turn.
Table mountains, waterfalls, the world of the delta and time at a beautiful Caribbean beach.
Follow an ancient path from the high mountains to the Llanos lowlands.
Away from it all in the mountains. Gorgeous day walks and a hike beneath dramatic peaks.
Experience one of the most impressive lightning displays on the planet.
Off-the-beaten track in the surreal landscapes of the Gran Sabana.
Venture deep into the Orinoco rainforest.
Your own private trek to the summit of the 'Lost World'. Dinosaurs anyone?
Year-round sun, white coral sand and clear blue-green waters, in refined 'barefoot' style.
Year round sun on a holiday island with great beaches.
Sandy coves below lushly forested mountains.
Two weeks in the sun, Venezuelan style.
Beach time - with a twist.
Our small group holiday to Venezuela with great wildlife, magnificent scenery, local life - and the world's tallest waterfall.
Our small group expedition to the summit of Mt Roraima, with a river trip to the foot of Angel falls.
The classic coverage of Venezuela's birds.
Harpy Eagle, Cock of the Rock, 15 cotingas, tepui endemics and more.
Helpful advice and expert knowledge is just a phone call away.
Best times, busiest times, and times to avoid.
Getting the best from the options available.
Ways to get about within Venezuela.
We can book your flights, or you could book your own if you prefer.
Destinations that combine well.
See what our customers say about their trips to Venezuela.
High farmlands and villages nestled beneath dramatic peaks.
A region of wide skies, slow rivers and enormous plains.
Angel Falls is the worlds tallest waterfall.
A land of romatic and spectacular table mountains.
One of Venezuela's hidden gems, hills, farms and isolated hamlets.
Narrow channels that seep between palm forest islands.
Dense rainforests fill most of Venezuela south.
A modern capital with some impressive architecture.
The regional capital of Venezuela's Andes.
Important trading towns.
Spain's first city in South America.
Over 50 coral islands, and numerous low reefs and sand flats.
Venezuela’s resort island, with a wide choice of hotels and restaurants.
Tucked between the Caribbean and the mountainous cloud forests.
A succession of bays offer some wonderful beaches.
Use our short guide to Venezuela to help plan your trip.
Venezuela is where Geodyssey started. No one knows this captivating country better than us.
Most areas enjoy good weather for large parts of the year.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Venezuela, with very competitive fares.
There are some really lovely small hotels in many areas and some good lodges in the more remote places.
Venezuela is big and spectacular, but it is not particularly geared up for visitors. Getting around takes local knowledge.
Venezuela is enormous and more than enough on its own for any holiday. If planning a long trip you could add on time in Trinidad or Guyana.
The northernmost part of the Andes has high farmlands and villages nestling beneath its dramatic peaks. The university town of Mérida is the centre of this region.
Locked away in a rain-forested canyon, Angel Falls is the world’s tallest waterfall.
Caracas is a modern capital with some impressive architecture, parks, gardens, museums and art galleries.
Named after Simon Bolívar, Ciudad Bolívar was an important town in colonial times. Puerto Ordaz is Ciudad Bolívar’s 20th century equivalent: the commercial heart of eastern Venezuela.
Spain’s first city in South America, the city has a pretty colonial centre.
The Gran Sabana is a land of spectacular table mountains. Some of the oldest land forms on earth, they stand as witnesses of the the world's beginnings.
The Llanos is spiritual heartland of Venezuela, a region of wide skies, slow rivers, and plains stretching to every horizon and home to hard-working cowboys.
The university city of Mérida lies between two mountain sierras: the Sierra Nevada and the Sierra La Culata.
Here the Orinoco’s final journey to the ocean is through a maze of narrow creeks and channels that seep between thousands of low islands of palm forest and mangrove.
The forest possesses a benign and powerful force. At dawn its breath rises in delicate ribbons of mist.