our tours in

Venezuela

Angel Falls

Join a real expedition to the base of the highest waterfall of the world in Canaima National Park, Venezuela. 

3 days tour + 2-3 travel days.
Perfect between May- Dec.

Los Roques

It is a paradise with hundreds of spectacular coral reef formations and pristine white coral sand keys. 

Min 2 days 

Roraima

Journey into a land that time forgot and conquer the pre-Cambrian tabletop summit of Roraima, the highest rock formation of Canaima National Park. 

6 days + 3- 4 travel days

 

Orinoco Delta

Visit the mangrove swamps and virgin jungle of the Warao indigenous people and enjoy the abundance of tropical flora and fauna in this intricate labyrinth of waterways that form one of the largest deltas in the world.

Angel Falls & Roraima

Explore 2 of the most fascinating unknown places of South Eastern Venezuela in this challenging and unique combination during 13 days full of adventure, pristine rainforest, waterfalls, indigenous communities, trekking, river crossing, camping and so much more. 

Choroni

This Venezuela’s landmark offers you lovely and full of palm trees beaches at barely 3 hours away of Caracas city.  There are a few beaches to discover, interesting fishermen villages, Cocoa Plantations, dense rainforest, waterfalls…so much!

Join our exciting river expedition to the base of the highest waterfall of the world and end up chilling out by the deepest blue and green waters of Los Roques paradise.

Explore 3 of the most fascinating unknown places of South Eastern Venezuela in a wonderful 16 days full of adventure, pristine rainforest, waterfalls, indigenous communities, wildlife and so much more.

Colombia and Venezuela in one shot! 2 Southamerican icons together. A 12 days experience takes you from cryptic archeological ruins in the northeast of Colombia, to the bottom of the tallest waterfall on earth in the South of Venezuela:  Angel Falls

From The Lost City to The Lost World

Colombia and Venezuela hiking icons.  A 17 days thrilling adventure takes you from cryptic archeological ruins in the northeast of Colombia to the top of a unique rock formation in the south of Venezuela that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his book: The Lost World