As both the capital city and the largest urban area in the country, Caracas is an essential stop during a trip to Venezuela. This fast-paced city offers a little something for everyone, including museums, cultural attractions, fine dining, shopping, a thriving nightlife scene, and so much more. If you’ve never visited the city, consider embarking […]
Venezuela is one of the most beautiful countries on earth, home to jaw-dropping vistas and natural wonders, but it is also one of the most dangerous places in South America right now due to explosive hyperinflation, political unrest, and a lack of basic supplies for residents. It is still possible to visit Venezuela relatively cheaply, but keep in mind that several governments have warned against doing so in certain parts of the country and it is difficult to plan such a trip due to travel restrictions and internal issues in the country.
Despite the challenges faced by the citizens of Venezuela and the inability to visit at the moment under most circumstances, it remains a country to put on your bucket list for a time in the future when it is safer to visit. From the Andes in the west to the Northern coastlines and port cities of Caracas and Maracaibo, as well as the world’s tallest waterfall, Angel Falls, Venezuela has much that frequent travelers will want to see.