Bucket List Travel

Exprience Brazil and Venezuela

By Faith Miller

Venezuela


  • Venezuelas culture is very complex and diverse
  • Some places to see would be the Parque Complex
  • Mochima National Park
  • Angel Falls is Venezuela's largest waterfall
  • The Venezuelans speak Spanish in their culture
  • Estimated population is approximately 29,100,000.
  • Venezuela was colonized by Spain in 1522, despite resistance from Native People
  • Geologically its mainland rests on the South American Plate. It has a total area of 916,445 square kilometres (353,841 sq mi)

The 5 themes of geography for Venezuela

Venezuela's vegetation is like a jungle, very green, lots of moisture and humidity. There are exotic animals throughout Venezuela; fearsome piranha, primitive hoatzin birds, jaguars, ocelots, tapirs, armadillos, and anteaters to name a few. There are many water falls in Venezuela, but the most recognized is Angel Falls it is the highest waterfall. The elevations in Venezuela is very different it can be the highest point than a straight drop to a complete flat plain.
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5 themes of geography

Brazil is severely threatened by cattle ranching, agriculture, logging, mining, resettlement, oil and gas extraction, over-fishing, wildlife trade, dams and infrastructure, water pollution, climate change, fire, and invasive species. The coastline is over 7,492 kilometers long.

Brazil

  • With more than 1500 Brazilian beaches to choose from and more than 500 beautiful island paradises, it is going to be very hard to figure out which one to visit first.
  • Brazil is famous for its hugely popular Carnaval, crazy costumes, street dancing and parties that carry on until morning, that bring the city to life.
  • As most of the region is tropical, the weather is absolutely awesome, well most of the time, and it also depends on where you are. With seasonal rainfall areas providing some relief from the tropical heat.
  • Strong traditional supporters of soccer, family and celebrations, Brazilians are well known for their unique music and dance styles. One of the biggest reasons to visit Brazil, are the music festivals that are held throughout the year.
  • If you are serious about your food, then this will be your reason to visit Brazil. Making their dishes the same way as their ancestors did you can be sure that you are in for a treat. You will be captivated by the sights, sounds and smellss that burst out of bubbling pans held over open flames, the delights are endless.
  • The back drop to all this eating, drinking and partying is different than anywhere else in the world. Home of the Amazon forest an attraction to most, Brazil is the most unique destination.
  • Brazil, like its people, has a colorful history that goes way back when to 1500.
  • Brazilians language is different than most, they're main language is Portuguese.
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