A Venezuelan honeymoon will introduce you to an amazingly diverse country, whose landscapes include mountains, jungles, idyllic beaches, stark plateaus and much more. Venezuela's outstanding features include the largest lake in South America and the highest waterfall in the world - Angel Falls, which are 16 times the height of Canada's Niagara Falls. Many exotic plants and animals thrive in these verdant surroundings.
The highly modern capital of Caracas is located in a valley and is composed of several lively districts which have a vibrant night life. Venezuelan music is a very distinctive blend of European, African and indigenous rhythms, and this is a great place to discover it. The city sights include a 17th century cathedral, a 19th century church and the huge Palacio de Miraflores.
Southern Venezuela is covered by the Amazon Jungle, a dense region of tropical rain forest and a network of rivers which you can tour by boat. Many Indian tribes live here.
The palm-fringed beaches of Venezuela's Caribbean coast are ideal for soaking up the sun or, if you are feeling more active, participating in a wide range of water sports. The most attractive town on the coast is widely agreed to be historic Coro, with its quaint cobbled streets and lovely cathedral. Another popular destination in the area is the Isla de Maragarita, 25 miles off the coast.
The Orinoco River expands to a huge delta on the north east coast, whose countless verdant islands are home to the Warao people. Nearby towns include Ciudad Bolivar and Canaima, both of which are ideal bases for exploring the region. Close to Canaima is a breathtaking series of seven waterfalls.
A honeymoon in Venezuela is a great choice. This South American nation contains an incredible range of landscapes within its borders - sights that will take your breath away. Whether you are seeking tropical beaches, snowcapped mountain peaks, exotic jungle, or all three - they are all here in Venezuela.