Day 1: Arrival in Caracas.
Upon your arrival you will be assisted at the Maiquetia international airport. Transfer to the Avila hotel located at the feet of the Avila mountain. Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 2: Caracas-Maturin.
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport. Flight to Maturin. Welcome at the airport. Transfer to the ranch. Entrance to the ranch welcome cocktail. Brief recognition of the establishment. Horse riding. Observation and participation on the regrouping of the animals and the technique of the lasso and immobilization made by the locals. Free time to enjoy the amenities of the camp.
Day 3: Orinoco Delta River Expedition.
Breakfast. Early departure to the excursion on the Orinoco River, a vast, intricate labyrinth of waterways weaving through a simmering jungle to carry the waters of the Orinoco to the Atlantic Ocean. The Orinoco delta known as delta Amacuro state has formed over the course of thousands of years as the mighty river has deposited millions of tons of sediment into the ocean. The wildlife is also extremely rich and varied. Jaguar, puma and capuchin monkeys, giant otter, manatee and dolphins are just a handful of the countless species of mammal that can be observed in their natural habitats. Among the extensive bird population are hoatzin, macaws, parrots, toucans, falcons, hawks. There are also an untold number of amphibians, reptiles and fish species, with a population of 24,000, the Warao constitute the second largest indigenous tribe in the country. Family groups reside in Palafitos (wooden houses raised on stilts) along the banks of the river, and spend most of their daily lives in canoes fishing in the nearby caños and hunting and gathering in the surrounding forests. Skilled craftspeople, the Warao build their Palafitos and canoes from forest wood using traditional techniques, and, owing to increased contact with tourists, have also begun to carve figurines from balsa wood and to make necklaces, baskets and hammocks from the leaves and seeds of the ubiquitous moriche palm. The Moriche palm, however, supplies more than just the basis for Artesania. Otherwise known as the ‘tree of life’, the Moriche provides the Indians with fruit, juices and a sweet pulp that can be made into a type of bread. Moreover, the trunk of the palm is used to cultivate a thumb-sized beetle grub, the moriche worm, a nutritious dietary supplement. Visit the indians and take a glimpse of their way of living and a jungle walk with experienced guides to venture into this mysterious world of the Warao Indians. Get in touch with the tropical rainforest. Return to the camp. Overnight.
Day 4: Orinoco delta-ciudad bolivar.
Breakfast. Free time until transfer to Ciudad Bolivar. Free time in ciudad bolivar, to visit its ancient museums, colonial houses and gold boutiques. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 5: Ciudad Bolivar - Canaima
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport. Flight to Canaima. Arrival to the camp. Welcome cocktail. Boat ride in the lagoon with an up close of the Golondrina, Wadama and Hacha Waterfalls. After it excursion to the Sapo falls, enjoy the 20 minutes walk that will take you the base of this amazing waterfall. You will be able to cross beneath the water curtain formed by the waterfall in its way down. Return to the camp. Free time to enjoy a bath in the lagoon of. Overnight in hammocks.
Day 6: Angel Falls trek.
Departure to Ratoncito Island and begin the river excursion through Carrao and Churun river. Lunch will be served by the local,enjoy a good kind of meat or chicken cooked in the middle of the Jungle. After a quick stop at the camp, you will begin the trekking that will take you through the forest and will end at the base of the highest waterfall in the world: the angel falls. You will navigate alongside the Auyantepuy, this fantastic and mysterious formation will drag your attention throughout the trip. The mountain changes right before your eyes, taking shapes that will make you understand why is known as the devil’s mountain, ‘cause it disguises taking amazing figures. Throughout the trip you will be amazed by nature and its glorious way of putting things together so it seems that some magic hand put rocks on this place, rock piles that seem to be hanging by themselves up on the air, giving you the feeling that they are about to fall. Arrive to Ratoncito Island where you will spend your night. One hour walk on the jungle will take to the base of the angel falls, once you arrived there the waterfalls will dazzle you in all its glory, and you will have free time to take a relaxing bath at the pool that is formed by the water on his way down. Accommodation will be provided at the camp facing the waterfall.
Day 7: Isla Margarita Arrival.
Breakfast and Flight to Margarita via Puerto Ordaz ….
Arrival in Porlamar Airport 20 minutes Car ride with private Chauffeur to Porlamar, accommodation in 4 star Hotel in Porlamar including Dinner.
Day 8: Isla Margarita Full day.
Breakfast, Today we will enjoy a wonderful excursion with Pablo tours, were people gather as a group of friends, discovering the island with breathtaking views, while we learn about the history and inhabitants of this isle. Include is a stop at the island's Art Craft & Pearl Center. This is one of the few shops were you get back your change in US$.
Valley of the Holy Spirit (El Valle)
La Asunción - Main Square, Cathedral and the Fortress of Santa Rosa
Shop at the Pearl Center
Tropical Garden (Entrance fee incl.)
Playa el Agua - Lunch (on your own "a la carte")
North coast line viewer "Pedro Gonzalez Valley" and fishing village "Puerto Guayacan".
Since we visit churches, it is recommended not to wear shorts; "bermudas" are accepted.
Return to hotel around 5:30 pm., Dinner, accommodation in hotel.
Day 9: Daytour to Coche Island.
Coche is a little island southeast from Margarita Island. Enjoy a Cruise in a Catamaran about 2 hours.
Pick-up from Hotel around 8:00 AM, To get started a light breakfast and drinks will be served during the ride to Coche Island.
In Coche, we will continue with our open bar and a little later lunch will follow.
Try the mud bath!
While on the island you can try a banana-boat ride, volley-ball on the beach or simply, hang around and do nothing (even better: stay close to our bar).
Arrival in Margarita around 5:30 pm
Return to hotel around 5:30 pm., Dinner, accommodation in hotel.
Day 10: Breakfast, and Jeep Safari and a visit to the La Restinga.
Pick-up time it's usually around 9:00 am.
Briefing: Margarita Island past and present.
Visit several beaches, after 40 min ride we will reach the Lagoon of La Restinga. Here we will take a boat trip (30 min) through the mangrove park. - nice Flora & Fauna.
Going 4x4 we will see untouched & unspoiled beaches on a short off-road trip.
Our lunch will be at the west-end of Margarita, behind San Francisco Mountain, down on the beach at Playa Punta Arenas (Sand Beach) .
Includes: lunch, drinks (coke, water, beer & rum), boat ride at La Restinga,
Day 11: Caracas.
Breakfast. Flight to Caracas….
Accommodation in Altamira Suites, Dinner, Caracas by Night.
Day 12: Caracas - Maiquetia.
Breakfast. Connecting flight back home.
Round trip transfers in caracas
2 nights accommodation in caracas, with taxes and services
Flights caracas-maturin/ ciudad bolivar-canaima/ canaima-puerto ordaz/ puerto ordaz-caracas
Transfer maturin-ranch san andres camp-ciudad bolivar
3 days / 2 nights warao excursion in the orinoco delta, full board, excursions, taxes and services
1 night accommodation in ciudad bolivar, breakfast, taxes and services
Transfer hotel la cumbre in ciudad bolivar-airport
3 days / 2 nights excursion to the base of the angel falls, excursions, taxes and services
3 nights accommodation in Margarita, with taxes and services
Price p/person in Dbl: 999$