8 Places that prove that Venezuela is the most beautiful in the universe
orgullosamente soy de venezuela mi pais bello estamos pasando por un mal momento pero dios es grande y vamos a superar todo esto
Although the country is going through a bad time, we can never forget all the beauty we have.
In the middle of everything negative, here is something nice that belongs to all Venezuelans, regardless of the political party or social class.
This is of all those who continue in Venezuela, throwing ball, and all those who had to go in search of better opportunities.
- Los Roques
Los Roques Archipelago National Park was founded in 1972, under the presidency of Rafael Caldera. Formed by some 50 islands and some 292 cays and banks of great diversity and scenic beauty. It is located in the Caribbean Sea, almost in a straight line north of the city of Caracas.
- La Gran Sabana
The Gran Sabana is a region located southeast of Venezuela that extends to the border with Brazil and Guyana. The Gran Sabana is part of one of the most extensive National Parks in Venezuela, the Canaima National Park, which offers unique landscapes with rivers, waterfalls, valleys, jungles, tepuis, and much more.
- Salto Ángel
Angel Falls is located in Canaima National Park in Bolivar State. It is the highest jump in the world, fifteen times higher than Niagara Falls. The mountain from which it is born and rushes is known as "The Auyantepuy" and is a gigantic flat plateau (Tepuy).
He gained fame in 1937, after American aviator and adventurer James C. Angel (from whom he gets his name) landed on the Auyantepuy in search of supposed gold on the mountain top
Roraima is the highest point of the chain of plateau tepuyes of the mountain range of Pacaraima, in South America. The peaks of the plateaus of the park are considered some of the oldest geological formations on Earth, dating back to about two billion years, in the Precambrian.
- Cueva de Kavac
In the community of Kavac, at the foot of the gigantic Auyantepuy in the State of Bolívar, the star excursion is to the Kavac Cave. You arrive by plane from Ciudad Bolívar, Puerto Ordaz or Canaima to a Pemón camp where you sleep in beautiful churuatas guarded by the stone wall.
- Parque Nacional Mochima
The Mochima National Park was decreed as a national park in 1973. It extends along the maritime coast of Venezuela between Puerto la Cruz and Cumaná
- Parque Nacional Médanos de Coro
The Médanos de Coro National Park is located in the Falcón state in northwestern Venezuela. Its most important area is circumscribed around the isthmus, on the road to the Paraguaná Peninsula on the north side of the city of Santa Ana de Coro. Los Médanos de Coro was declared a national park on February 6, 1974. This national park preserves the largest desert on the Caribbean coast and is the closest protected area to the Gulf of Venezuela.
- Parque Nacional El Ávila
El Ávila National Park is located in the Cadena del Litoral within the Cordillera de la Costa. It extends from Caracas and all the north of the Miranda state and south of the Vargas state. In 1958 it was declared a national park. This mountainous formation is considered emblem and lung of the city and within it different activities can be carried out as it is one of the main attractions of the capital.
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