The diverse country of Venezuela offers visitors a wide range of natural wonders and tourist sites. From the famous Angel Falls to Los Llanos, a traveller will find that there is an abundance of places to visit across the country. Of course, Angel Falls is the most visited of the tourist sites, being the tallest waterfall in the world at a height of nearly 1000 meters. The waterfall is located in the Canaima National Park, which has been highly developed to meet the needs of the large number of tourists that come to visit. While Angel Falls is definitely worth seeing, there are other lesser known locations in Venezuela that may also warrant a visit.
Los Roques is quietly becoming a top destination on any Venezuela itinerary. Although the Caribbean islands of Aruba and Curacao draw a large number of guests to their sandy beaches, the equally comparable sea setting of Los Roques may give a better experience at only a fraction of the cost. The name of Los Roques actually refers to the group of islands that lie off the coast of Venezuela and the total area is about 225,000 hectares of both land and sea. The presence of coral reefs in this area make it an excellent destination for diving or snorkeling and the beaches have also become a hotspot for windsurfing.
At the other end of the spectrum of geography in Venezuela, the Los Llanos region is also seeing growth in tourism. With a landscape that is mostly plains, there is a wide diversity of fauna and flora in the region. A visitor can go on tours to try and spot the legendary anaconda snake, jaguars, anteaters, and caimans. The low cost of visiting Venezuela makes taking a safari in Los Llanos much cheaper than similar trips in other countries. The natural sights of Venezuela are popular because of Angel Falls, but the other tourist sites should be visited as well.