Hotels in Venezuela
How to Find the Best Venezuela Hotels with Venere
Venezuela is a country famed for its sunny climate, lush rainforests, the dramatic Andes mountains and gorgeous Caribbean beaches, so it's a land of extremes with something to suit everybody. Groups of backpackers come to hike the Andes and the cities are popular with couples on a weekend break. Whatever your requirements, Venere are on hand with the definitive selection of places to sleep in the Land of Grace. With helpful maps showing local attractions near to each hotel, reviews written by travellers like yourself, and photos offering a window into what your room will look like, you can't go wrong when you search with Venere. So when you get there all you need to worry about is soaking up the diverse culture.
What's Venezuela Like?
Venezuela has a massive wealth of outstanding natural beauty. Topping many lists are the Angel Falls, the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world at 978 meters which tumbles vertically down a mountain. For diving and sunbathing, check out Los Roques Archipelago National Park which has crystal clear Caribbean water, unspoiled coral reefs and white sand beaches. The Merida cable car is another record breaker as the longest and highest in the world, travelling 12km to an elevation of over 4,700 meters. Mount Roraima is a tabletop mountain at a height of 2,810 meters, which lies at the border with Brazil and Guyana although it can only be climbed from the Venezuelan side. Isla Margarita is Venezuela's largest island with 50 beaches and many Venezuela hotels to choose from.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Venezuela
Venezuelans are a warm and friendly people so you should get on great here. Always have a few Spanish phrases handy. When meeting a local, shake hands firmly, smile and maintain eye contact. Always utter the greeting for the time of day - "Buenos dias" for "good morning" and so on. If you are meeting a group, start by greeting the oldest person. If arranging a dinner, arrive 15 to 30 minutes late. This is because arriving on time or early denotes you as greedy. Smart casual dress is the order of the day when dining. Venezuelan cuisine is a melting pot of influences from France, Italy, Spain and indigenous culture. The national dish is pabellon, made with rice, black beans, banana and stewed beef. At Venere, we never feel like we know enough about our locations. We continually strive to learn more about each city, town and country, as well as each of our hotels located within in it, so that when it comes to booking, you are confident you have everything you need to make an informed choice. So now you know what to do, start checking out our range of Venezuela hotels today.