The Los Roques islands are a federal dependency of Venezuela, consisting of about 350 islands, cays or islets. The archipelago is located 80 miles (128 km) directly north of the port of La Guaira, and is a 40-minute flight, has a total area of 40.61 square kilometres. Being almost an untouched coral reef, it attracts many "high-end" visitors, especially from Europe, some of whom come in their own yachts and anchor in the inner, protected shallow waters. However, development and tourism are controlled.
Bajo Fabian, Los Roques: Because of the wide variety of seabirds and rich aquatic life, the Venezuelan government declared the Islas Los Roques a National Park in 1972.
(Caracas, Los Roques)
Situated just 160 kilometers north of Caracas, the Archipelago of Los Roques is one of the largest national parks in the Caribbean, with expansive white sand beaches, warm azure waters and an abundance of marine flora and fauna.
(Caracas, Los Roques, Orinoco Delta, Puerto Ordaz, Canaima)
A journey through the islands of Los Roques, the wilderness of the Orinoco Delta and the impressive Angel Falls awaits you on this 10 day Venezuelan adventure!
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