Here is the Ángel Salto. The highest free-standing waterfall in the world has different water masses depending on the season. When is the whole thing most impressive?
In Venezuela you can dive wonderfully and marvel at the highest waterfalls in the world.
Margarita Island is one of the most beautiful islands and is located north of the Venezuelan coast. It is a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The clear, blue water is reminiscent of the Bahamas, of the 50 beautiful beaches Playa Puerto Cruz is the most popular. Windsurfing is world famous as well as attractive opportunities for diving and snorkeling. Do not forget to see, tour the castle of la Asuncion and Juen Griego.
Caracas is rich in history, but is increasingly struggling with poverty and crime due to the political and economic situation. You can take the cable car quickly and easily to the surrounding mountains, from where you have a magnificent view of the city.
The Angel Falls are the highest waterfalls in the world and are hidden deep in Venezuela’s Canaima National Park. The best time to visit Angel Falls is hard to pinpoint. In the rainy season it is sometimes impossible to see the waterfalls due to dense fog and low clouds. In the dry season, the sight can be disappointing when little water falls down the mountain. The best time is therefore between February and April.
The world’s largest rodent lives in Venezuela. You can also see dolphins and an abundance of exotic flowers and plants.
What many do not know: There are sand dunes in Venezuela. You are north of the small town of Coro, a place where you can still marvel at the Spanish colonial architecture.
Best travel time
The dry season in Caracas is from December to April. January and February are the coolest months , the hottest months are July and August. The Caribbean coast is usually dry all year round. In the Gran Sabana, the dry season is from November to May. The best travel time to visit this area (Angel Falls) is shortly after the rainy season, because immense amounts of water fall down the waterfall due to the rains and the humidity is not yet too high.
In February, the much-anticipated Carnival is celebrated with the procession of the Holy Shepherdess. Holidays in Venezuela are over Christmas and Holy Week (week before Easter). If you are planning to travel during this time, be sure to book accommodation in advance, as large crowds visit the country for the Carnival and other festivals. During this time, Venezuela literally wakes up and blossoms.
To avoid high holiday prices and avoid the large crowds, travel to Venezuela during the rainy season or outside of the festival season (May to November).
Due to its topography, Venezuela has a very varied climate. The climate ranges from alpine to tropical and humid. There are two seasons in the country – the rainy season runs from May to November and the dry season runs from December to April . In the Andes, the dry season is from October to May, the rain usually begins in June. The weather in the mountains can of course be unpredictable and change over the course of a day.
According to militarynous, Venezuela is close to the equator, so temperatures fluctuate little during the year. The temperature is sometimes very fluctuating and can drop by 6 ° C over a distance of 1000 meters. More than 90% of the country is below 1000 meters, so the temperatures usually remain between 22 ° C and 30 ° C.
The maximum temperature in Venezuela is 28 ° C. The summer (June to September) with average 27 ° C very warm . In the winter months it is around 27 ° C very warm . During the day, the annual mean temperature in Venezuela is a warm 27.0 ° C.
At night it gets coldest at 15 ° C in January and February. The thermometer rarely falls below 18 ° C in May and June. While the nights in summer are averages of a warm 17 ° C, the thermometer drops to a warm 16 ° C between November and March. The temperature averages 16.7 ° C at night all year round.
With 13 rainy days, June and July are the rainiest months of the year. The March is the driest month of the year . From June to September Venezuela is relatively humid with an average of around 12 rainy days, the winter (November to March) is very dry with only 5 rainy days. Every month there is an annual average of 7.8 days of rain.