A honeymoon in Venezuela is an absolute match for culture or adventure seekers or those wanting to relax on its sandy beaches. On Mochima, the “Land of Many Waters” in the north with over 53 islands and islets, find your own secluded beach shaded with coconut trees. Activities include boating tours entertained by dolphins, diving and snorkelling the reefs or hiking, cycling, rafting, or taking a trip to the historic centre of Cumaná.
Next, travel to the Paria Peninsula characterised by beautiful beaches and thickly lined with swaying coconut palms. The area is known for its varied terrain; from mountains and beaches to forests and savannahs. And its buffalo farms, small colonial coastal towns, and cacao plantations, which for hundreds of years where the wealth of Paria. A pleasant way to spend your honeymoon in Venezuela, is to relax on the sunny beaches of Isla Margarita, in the Caribbean Sea.
TRAVEL UNTAMED ON THIS 11-DAY VENEZUELA HONEYMOON HOLIDAY…
And, relax in Mochima, a place to lose yourself in its tiny coves.
Caracas, Isla Margarita, Mochima National Park and Paria Peninsula
(10 Days – Travel Any Day)
Day 1 – Arrive
Caracas/ Isla Margarita Arrive to Maiquetia International Airport. After a reception, depart by flight to Isla Margarita. Transfer to your selected hotel for your 3-night stay.
Overnight: Casa Caracol Margarita.
Days 2 to 4 – Beach Activities & Excursions
Isla Margarita The next two days are for you to spend however you choose. Take advantage of the wide variety of beach activities and day excursions available. We recommend exploring the island and visit the Laguna de La Restinga or spend a day at sea on Isla de Coche.
Overnight: Casa Caracol Margarita (B, D)
Day 5 – Transfer
Mochima National Park Today, transfer to airport. Upon arrival at Barcelona airport, take a two-hour transfer to your Posada in Mochima National Park. Enjoy the rest of the day at your own leisure.
Overnight: Posada Villa Majagual (B, D)
Days 6 & 7 – Optional Activities & Excursions
Mochima National Park These days are left free day for you to choose from the array of optional activities and excursions available in this exotic location. An excursion to Mochima National Park to see its wonderful islands is recommended.
Overnight: Posada Villa Majagual (B, D)
Day 8 – Transfer
Paria Peninsula Transfer by boat to Boca de Uracoa and take a car trip to Paria Peninsula. (B, L, D)
Day 9 & 10 – Optional Activities & Excursions
Paria Peninsula Free day for individual activities or excursions. The vegetation of the Paria region is characterised by cloud forests on the more elevated parts of the Peninsula, and also rainforests, not unlike those in the Guayana region, as one gets closer to the coast. The region’s fauna is also well-known, especially the birds, such as the colourful Tijereta Hummingbird, among others. And temperature ranges between 16 °C and 25 °C.
We recommend a visit to the cocoa plantation or visit Playa Medina, one of the region’s most spectacular beaches.
Overnight: Hacienda Vuelta Larga (B, D)
Day 11 – Depart
Caracas Transfer to Carúpano Airport after breakfast and departure by flight to Caracas.
Arrival, airport assistance and connect with your onward flights (B)
Make this your holiday
Getting There The Avior and SBA Airlines offer direct flights to Miami but not to any other US or European destinations. European carriers such as Air France, Iberia and Air Europa operate direct flights from mainland Europe. Nearly all international visitors arrive at Caracas' Aeropuerto Internacional Simón Bolívar in Maiquetía, 26km from Caracas. The national carrier is Conviasa.
When to go Venezuela’s proximity to the Equator allows few climatic variations making it a year-round destination. The best time however, is the dry season, which runs from December to April. The wet season runs from May to November and is not all that bad for some sights, including the famous Angel Falls that are certainly more impressive in the wet season.
In Los Llanos, wildlife spotting is much more abundant during the dry season, when the animals congregate at the few watering holes, and hordes of pesky mosquitoes make walking very unpleasant during the wet season. Also Guayana region is more comfortable during this dry season, though Angel Falls tends to be fuller and more spectacular during the wet season.