29 Best beaches in Venezuela
Cayo Madrisqui (Madriski) is one of the best islands in Los Roques archipelago, Venezuela. The sand is white, and sea water is azure, - as elsewhere around, but there is also something unique. Firstly, there are trees with saving shadow, - that can be rarely met on the other islands of Los Roques. Secondly, there is a fishing village (Cayo Pirata). It's a miracle, but it survived after the island obtained the status of National Park. We recommend local cafes with delicious and cheap seafood. / read more » /
Cayo Sombrero is an island with the best beaches in Morrocoy, Venezuela. There are several beaches - both overlooking the open ocean, as well as facing the mainland. The landscapes are for very taste, - there are palm groves, bushes and mangroves. In addition, in the north end of the island, there is a lake giving a lot of mosquitoes. The island is large enough, but at weekends the best coastal areas are getting overcrowded. There are two fish restaurants, as well as rental of parasols and sunbeds. / read more » /
Cayo Crasqui (Crasky) is one of the outer islands in Los Roques group, Venezuela. The island's beach is very long with several trees and superb sandspit, which however goes under water during the high tide. In the center of the beach there is a small fishing village with several cafes. / read more » /
Cayo Carenero is an island with infinite beach in Los Roques group of Venezuela. All the southern coast of the island is a perfect shallow lagoon with white sand and clear water, while the north coast is good for snorkeling. This place is popular, but you can always find a secluded area. / read more » /
Playa Cayo Sal is an excellent beach in the Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela, - beautiful and easily accessible. There are many palms and white sand, as well as parasols rental, a bar and even a small chapel. Salt lake located inland can be interesting to walk during the low tide. At the weekends, the beach is overcrowded with the domestic tourists. / read more » /
Cayo Francisqui is an island being the nearest one to the airport of Los Roques on the Caribbean coast of Venezuela. Beach has poor vegetation, but white sand is gorgeous, and shallow lagoon has crystal clear water. In general, this is quite typical island in the archipelago, but relatively crowded. In the middle of the island there is a lake, thus giving occasional problem of mosquitoes. / read more » /
Cayo Playa Mero is a beach in Venezuela with the least number of people by the standards of Morrocoy. There is a lot of space with palms, as well as mangroves. The water is calm and clear with excellent snorkeling. However, there are also large areas with seagrass in the water. You may rent a parasol and sun loungers, or buy some snacks in cafe. / read more » /
Cayo Las Animas is a beach in Morrocoy, Venezuela, located on the island being the nearest one to Tucacas. There are no palms, - only bushes and trees. In addition, there are many mosquitoes on the island due to the large inland lakes. But on the other hand, there are no crowds of tourists, as well as no cafe or any amenities. Anyway, the place is beautiful - with white sand and clear water. / read more » /
Gran Roque is the main island (with the airport) in Los Roques group. Though most tourists head to the outer islands, Gran Roque is not so bad. The beach has white sand, trees and clear water, but there are too many excursion boats. The west end of the beach has almost no boats, but it's not so beautiful. In addition you can walk to the east of the island (Cayo Fabian) - behind the airport. There are several good secluded beaches. / read more » /
Boca de Sebastopol is a remote beach in the south-east of Los Roques archipelago, Venezuela. This place is purely for snorkeling, as coast and bottom are not very good for a beach holiday. However, you can explore the wide coast with lagoons during all the day, - that is quite romantic, though not very spectacular. / read more » /
Cayo Pescadores is a beach in the Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela. This is the most remote island both from Chichiriviche, as well as from Tucacas, so it is usually not crowded - especially on weekdays. There are almost no palms ashore, - only trees and bushes. Shallow water is great for children, while the home reef has good snorkeling. / read more » /
Cayo Playa Azul is a beach in the Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela. It is also known as Cayo Sur. There are mainly trees ashore, as well as few palms. The sand is white, and the water is clear, but many bottom areas are covered with algae. There is a rental of parasols and sunbeds, as well as a cafe. / read more » /
Playa Varadero is a great ocean beach in Morrocoy, Venezuela. In a contrast to most islands of the National Park, it is a peninsula, but access is possible by boat only. There is a perfect white sand, azure water and comfortable shallow depth. And after all, there are no crowds, no amenities and no beachboys. As for the coastal trees, there are just a few palms. / read more » /
Cayo Borracho is the most remoted and northernmost island of the Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela. There is no rental of parasols, nor cafe. Access to the island is limited to protect sea turtles. However, there is a small area, where access of tourists is allowed after obtaining permit in advance. / read more » /
Cayo Rabusqui (Rabusky) is an island in Los Roques of Venezuela. There are no trees, while sea bottom is mostly rocky. The only notable attraction is Rabusky lagoon in the west of the island. It has clear shallow water and a lot of starfish. There is also La Pelona sandbank to the north off the island, where you may spend half a day under the parasol. / read more » /
Cayo Aleman is a large island in Morrocoy, Venezuela. The only good beach is the isthmus in the north-west of the island. While boats arrive from south side of the isthmus, it is possible to swim on the other side. Usually there are not many people, as this place is little known even among the locals. / read more » /
Cayo Vapor is a tiny island in the north of Los Roques archipelago, Venezuela. There are no trees, and entry into the water is uncomfortable due to the coral bottom. However, the snorkeling on the outer reef is superb, while to the south of the island there is a lagoon with good swimming. The coastal waters are also popular among kitesurfers. / read more » /
Playa Punta Brava is a popular beach in Morrocoy, Venezuela. This is the only place in the National Park, which can be reached by car or even walking on your own. There is a parking lot, a restaurant, and rental of umbrellas and sun loungers. It is always crowdy, especially on the weekends. North island's beaches sometimes referred as Playa El Coco 3 and Punta Suanchez. / read more » /
Playa Mayorquina is a mainland beach in the Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela (access is possible by the sea only). This is an isolated stretch of a white sand with high bushes and good entry into the water. There is a beautiful sandbank in the east end, as well as high cliffs in the west, popular among beginning climbers. / read more » /
$500 per month is a very good in Venezuela, but I recomment to think about Margarita. Most other places are not interestiong and/or dangerous...
Is is possible to live in Venezuela for $500 per month? I'm interesting in a Caribbean (not Margarita) and maybe some interesting places far from the sea.
Best is to visit Roraima in a package tour. You may also hire indian guide in a village, but they know Spanish language only. Don't go to Roraima without a guide, it may be dangerous!
Roraima is the best and main attraction in Venezuela. There is nothing like that in the world! I highly recommend.