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  • Welcome to Montaña Adventure Travel

  • The lost world of 


  • The Andean Mountains

    The "Pico Bolivar"

    4.978 msnm

  • Angels Falls


  • Los Roques


    5th best beach in the world 2016


    The Biggest Biodiversity

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Montaña Adventure Travel

We are a tour operator with more than 20 years of experience and formed by a group of professionals committed with the preservation of our cultural and environmental heritage, here you will find info and contacts to arrange, not just trips troughout Venezuela, but a way to make new friends and get an enhanced lifetime experince.

Choose your adventure by destination or activity, or contact us for specialized or customized programs.

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Venezuela Some of Venezolan's Facts


A land of stunning natural beauty and physical contrasts, Venezuela has thrilled adventurous travelers ever since Columbus first sighted its shores nearly five centuries ago. From Angel Falls to the glaciers to the Andes, from the rainforest rivers of the Upper Orinoco to the land of the Llanos, Venezuela appeals to travelers whit inquisitive minds whose curiosity is satisfied by experiencing natural and cultural wonders first-hand. Located on the northern coast of South America, where the continent meets the Caribbean Sea, its myriad landscapes, together with a huge animal and vegetal diversity, make this country a singular place. If you're looking for something new, something exotic and off the beaten track, then Venezuela can give you a holiday adventure of a lifetime.


  • Oficial Country name: Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
  • Area: 912,050 sq km (355,700sq)
  • Population: ca. 32,000,000
  • Capital city: Caracas
  • People: 67% mestizo; 21% European descent; 10% African descent; 2% Indigenous
  • Language: Spanish is the official language, but there are more than 30 original languages
  • Religion: 96% Roman Catholic, 2% Protestant
  • Government: Socialist
  • President: Nicolas Maduro since April19, 2013
  • Weights & measures: Metric

Passports & Visas

Passport valid for at least 6 months (if entering with a visa) or for the duration of stay (if entering with a tourist Entry Card) required by all.
Visas are required by all except the following, who do, however, required a Tourist Entry Card (TEC) issued by an authorized air carrier on presentation of valid air tickets (including return or onward ticket) for stays of maximum 90 days:
(a) Nationals of EU countries (except nationals of Greece who do require visas)
(b) Nationals of Australia, Canada and Japan
(c) Nationals of Andorra, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican, Grenada, Iceland, Jamaica, Liechtenstein, Lituania, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zeland, Norway, Paraguay, San Marino, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent & The Grenadines, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad & Tobago and Uruguay
However, we recommend all passengers check with respective authorities before departure

Health & Safety Situation

There are few health problems and the health care is good. Water is safe to drink in the major centers, although heavily chlorinated. Venezuela's tropical location entails the risk of sunburn, and fair-skinned visitors should bring sunscreen and protective clothing. Travelers going to the Amazonas or Orinoco areas should take precautions for malaria. No shots are required to enter Venezuela. Travelers are advised to consult their physician regarding health precautions. Venezuela is a safe country, virtually without the constant political, health and drug problems of some of its neighbors. Regarding personal safety, the same precautions taken in any large US or European city should be followed while in Caracas.

Special Festivities

  • 1st January - New Year's Day
  • Carnival
  • Easter
  • 19th April - Declaration of Independence
  • 1st May - Labor Day
  • 24th June - Carabobo Battle
  • 5th July - Independence Day
  • 24th July - Bolivar's Birthday
  • 12th October - Day of Indigenous Resistance
  • 25th December - Christmas Day

Money and Season

Currency is the Bolivar Fuerte. Us dollars in cash and major credit cards are widely accepted. Travelers checks are accepted in banks and casas de cambio. Also change money before leaving major cities.
Temperatures vary widely according to altitude, which ranges from sea level to over 5.000mts. the dry season is December to April. Brief downpours are common from May to November.

Clothing and Food

  • Clothing and Shoes:
We suggest you pack light for our adventure trips.
Your clothing list should include comfortable walking boots and sandals, warm clothes for cold weather, bathing suit, rain gear, flashlight and sun block.
  • Food and Beverages:
Venezuela offers a variety of local and international dishes which aer found in nearly all local restaurants.
The Venezuelans are great meat eaters.
Seafood and fish are good. Botled beverages and pirified water are avalaible in most areas. Local rum is good and cheap, as are the beers. There is an abundance of fruits in Venezuela. Mango, Papaya (lechosa), avocado (aguacate), oranges (naranja), banana (cambur), coconut (coco), passionfruit (parchita), melon, pineapple (piña), guava (guayaba) and soursap (guanabana) are just a few.
  • Some Traditional Venezuelan Dishes:
Pabellon Criollo: Venezuela's national dish, consisting of shredded beef, black beans (caraotas negras) and cheese, served with fried plantain (cooking banana) and rice. Arepa: These hot maize buns make a great meal for a snack when stuffed with cheese.

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Av. Las Americas. Edif. Las Americas 3pb. Mérida-Venezuela P.O Box 454 Mérida, Venezuela


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