A Short Guide To Traveling Tor a Trip in Venezuela

Going for a trip in any outside country is one of the greatest experience for any person. However, you must do sufficient planning in the place you want to visit so that you can avoid being stranded when the D-day comes. Venezuela is one awesome country that can offer you with a unique experience. Although the country sometimes experiences economic and political hardships, as a tourist or a visitor you won’t miss getting access to almost everything you need. On that note, let’s look some important aspects that you need to understand about Venezuela before you go there for a trip.


Where is Venezuela?
Venezuela is basically one country that is found in South America. The country is bordered by a number of countries. In a nutshell, we have Brazil to the south, Colombia to the West, Tobago and Trinidad Island to the north-east and importantly Guyana to the east.

Is Venezuela a safe place to travel?
According to the government of Venezuela’s advisories, the place is always safe but as a visitor, you must have a guide and travel specialist to help you when going to places. The place is actually sometimes not ideal for hitch-hikers and solo backpackers. According to the media reflections, the conditions in the country keep fluctuating from time to time and thus you must be sure of the time when you want to visit it. Additionally, like any other place or country, there some critical areas that you need to be clear about before you go there. To be safe, look for someone who knows the place inside out, understands how to make good use of knowledge to make an exciting and safe experience and importantly knows the situations better.

What is unique about Venezuela?
If you are Miss Universe fan, then Venezuela is the place to visit. The place basically the home of some of the most beautiful women in the world. Moreover, Venezuela also has other great features as follows:

  • Great landscapes
  • Wetlands
  • Mountains
  • Tropical deltas
  • Jungles
  • Coastal wilderness

What is the culture of Venezuela?
Similar to a number of countries in South America, Venezuela has a diverse culture that has been brought about by different groups across the globe. Some of the groups that have a minor influence in Venezuela include Arabs, Italians, Portuguese, and Germans. Nevertheless, the culture of Venezuela is prominently guided by the influence of the Caribbean and Spanish.

Is Latin Leche still a big thing?

Latin Leche – still active in Venezuela

It’s been said many times that latino men are very attractive and this is why latin leche trend has been created by local LGBT communities (mostly by homosexual men). Latin Leche is the local custom of being picked up on street by gringo (men from abroad) and asked for unprotected sex in some public places. Leche means milk and this is the whole point of this taboo trend. You can see some adult videos here.

What is the food like in Venezuela?
Foods in Venezuela are different as you move from region to region. Some foods are influenced by Native Americans, others by West Africa and European. Essentially, the stable foods for the people of Venezuela are yam, rice, beans, and corn. Others include spinach, onions, potatoes, and squash. Venezuela being one of the most fertile lands in the universe, it’s able to cultivate a wide range of foods from vegetables to fruits.

What is the weather like in Venezuela?
Different regions in Venezuela have different climatic conditions. Just to mention the most visited place:

  • Andes Mountains- cooler in higher areas
  • Guiana Highlands- Humid and hot
  • Maracaibo Lowlands- Hot and Dry
  • Front area of Orinoco Rivers- Warm

We think that Venezuela is undoubtedly a good country for anyone to visit for a holiday. Although the country faces some political and economic hardships, you safely tour Venezuela like any other South American country. If you plan your journey to the country you should properly also plan to work with local specialists who can provide you with real-time information about the regions you want to visit.

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