Venezuela, a Fantastic destination
Culture of Venezuela
Sunscreen- because it’s very sunny and so you don’t get burnt.
Swim suite- so you can go to the beach and enjoy an ocean swim.
Gym shoes- so you can go rock climbing and enjoy the scenery, plus for long hikes up the mountains.
Bottled water-because it is very hot and so you can be hydrated.
Poncho- there is some rainy days in Venezuela, and so you can be dry during those times.
Bug spray- so you can avoid bugs being around you.
Camera- you can capture the beautiful moments.
Binoculars- so you can see the colorful birds. (bird watching)
Beach Towel- so you can lie on the sand and soak in the sun.
Tent- so you can camp in the wilderness and stare at the stars at night.
Places to visit and eplore!
National Pantheon- Built as a church but now in days its used as a resting place for national heroes.
Mochima national park- has spectacular beaches and islands.
Miraflores Palace- inside is where the workplace is of the president of Venezuela.
Angel Falls - The highest waterfall on earth Is the Angel falls. The highest of the longest uninterrupted drop is 2,640 feet high.
Cueva del Guacharo- this is one of the other national parks, its centerpiece is a limestone cave.
Estadio Monumental de Maturin- The largest stadium of Venezuela y the seating capacity.
Los Aleros- A theme park Located near Merida, Venezuela. It was created by Alexis Montilla.
Caracas Athenaeum- It is a cultural institution of art. it has been expelled by the Bolivarian Government.
Caracas Cathedral- it is the seat of the archdiocese of Caracas, located in one corner of the Plaza Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela.
Llovizna falls- on the Caroni river, there is a waterfall which continues to be spectacular and returns to its former glory several times a year when the floodgates of the dam are opened.