VENEZUELA - EQUADOR
Valleys that would be envied by paradise
A huge oil tanker - Caracas: a dormant state transformed into a frantic metropolis - Earth dying of thirst.
GUAGIACIL - CARACAS
Morning flight to Caracas via Curacao. The capital of Venezuela is not one of the most beautiful cities we have seen but is not entirely indifferent. In the time remaining after the hotel's installation you can take a stroll to its historic center. Attention: Like other cities in South America, Caracas also has a lot of crime.
CARACAS - JUNGLE ORINOCO
Flying for the Venezuelan jungle and specifically for the Delino of Orinoco, the beauty of which is special. Landscapes dreamlike and enchanting.
In less than an hour we land on the edge of the Delta in the Atlantic Ocean. Here the waters of Orinoco are poured into the sea.
When Christopher Columbus on his third trip to the New World arrived in this area and saw the lush vegetation and the huge tropical trees said "here must be the paradise." From here, we can take a speed boat into the delta jungle and the small rivers where the Barao Indians live. This place was their sanctuary when the Canarians of the Caribbean made regular excursions to trap them and "eat". The area is rich in tropical colorful parrots, exotic birds and jaguars.
CARACAS - CANAIMA
Flight to Canaima, in the heart of the Great Savannah. Prior to landing on the local runway, the pilot usually lowers over Aujayedapi (Devil Mountain) to see the Angels fly as the birds see him. In the afternoon we can sail at the lake located in the area and fed by the rich Hatsa waterfalls. The sunset view is truly immersive.
You will feel like explorers during the day-long excursion to Orchid Island, at the root of the towering (979 m) waterfall Angels. The excursion involves the use of land and river transport and hiking. We can have a picnic lunch on the island and return to Canaima.
It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Expansion to Equador
Flight to Quito. The city is built in a narrow valley of the Andes (2880 m altitude) and is part of the World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Its center is a composition of cobbled streets surrounded by colonial mansions and old churches, beautiful squares and scenic shopping. All-day excursion to the villages and scenic countryside of Ottawo, north of Quito. We cross the Guayabambah valley and pass through Kayabbe (where Ecuador passes) and the village of Calderon, whose inhabitants specialize in making colorful dough objects.
QUITO – GALAPAGOS
Five-day cruise to the enchanting islands of Galapagos for unforgettable experiences, also approaching the northern coast of Santa Cruz where flames, wild ducks and various seabirds live.
Cruise to the south of the archipelago with approaches to the Isabela Tango Canyon, Punta Espinosa, Fernando, Darwin's Santa Cruz Research Station, Florian's Cormoran, Gardner Bay, and Pounta Suarez of Espanyol. Disembarkation in the islands is made with a '' counter '', special boats that the ship has.
GALAPAGOS - GUAYAQUIL
Guayaquil is the largest city and the largest port of Ecuador. In order not to fall into the hands of the Spaniards, Guaya - leader of an Indian race - and his wife Kill fell into the river and drowned. To their credit the city was named Guayaquil. A guided sightseeing tour of the city with the colorful colonial houses of Barrio Las Penius, Santa Anna Castle, Simón Bolivar Park and the impressive cemetery over the Guayaquil.