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Andean village of Los Nevados 2D/1N - Venezuela

On this trip, you’re going to visit Los Nevados, a picturesque andean village hidden among breathtaking high mountains. Walking around this unchanged 16th century village feels like you’re back in the Spanish colonial era.

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  • -Discover the authentic Andean Villages, off the beaten tracks.
  • -This circuit mixes 4*4, walking, mules, and it will fulfill the most demanding one's expectations.
  • -Night at a local family's home. This accommodation will allow you to integrate with the Andean culture!
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  • - Some 4*4 routes can be particularly impressive, you'll get through the vertiginous roads that cross the Venezuelan Andes.

Detailed program

Small village in the Andes of Venezuela Los Nevados
X Small village in the Andes of Venezuela Los Nevados
Day 1: Discover the most beautiful small villages in the Andes

On this trip, you’re going to visit Los Nevados, a picturesque andean village hidden among breathtaking high mountains. Walking around this unchanged 16th century village feels like you’re back in the Spanish colonial era. Our trip starts at 08:00 a.m. in a 4X4 Toyota vehicle. Your guide is going to take you to the most beautiful and isolated Andean villages in the Andes. After 3 hours on a rough, unpaved road (60km) and several stops to watch the magnificent scenery, you'll finally reach Los Nevados village. Once there, your guide will be willing to take you for a walk or for ride on a mule around the village.
Meals: (-L-D).
Accommodation: Posada Bella Vista, a simple, rustic and cosy inn. Thick blankets, hot water and electricity.
Transport: Toyota Land Cruiser model 70.
Communication: Poor mobile signal.
Old Jeep CJ7 in Merida Andes Venezuela
X Old Jeep CJ7 in Merida Andes Venezuela
Day 2: Visit the Most Beautiful Villages in the Andes at 2,500 m. above Sea Level

We will start our morning in Los Nevados, a charming village that has remained almost unchanged since 1591. Along with your guide, you’ll be able to enjoy watching the magnificent Andean scenery and visit its surroundings on foot or by mule. The hospitality of its people and the incredible calm of this magical place are the two things you will love the most. Later, you’ll have lunch at 12:00 pm; and finally, you have to take the local transport and go all the way back to Mérida city (60km, 3h).
Meals: (B-L-)
Accommodation: none.
Transport: Toyota Land Cruiser model 70.
Communication: Mobile network & 3G.
PRICES PER PERS
  • Trip 2D/1N
  • 4 persons or more: 100Euros/p
  • 2 persons: 150Euros/p
  • Low season rates: -10%
  • high season rates: +15%


Are included in this price:
  • - All the transports from Merida and back to Merida
  • - All the accommodations facilities.
  • - Meals when specified (B-L-D) = (Breakfast-Lunch-Diner).
  • - Guides speak English & Spanish.
  • - All the excursions and safaris mentioned in the programme.
Not included:
  • - International flights
  • - Alcoholic drinks
  • - Meals specified free (by yourself) (--) = no meal included
  • - Private English-speaking guide during the whole tour.
  • - Personal expenses
  • - All sorts of insurance.
  • - Everything that is not mentioned above « is included in the price».
Travel organization:
Our programmes are individually organised in terms of dates and content. However, our tours are not fully private, so you could meet other travellers at different stages of your trip.
What to Bring?
Hat; sunscreen; water bottle; hike pants; insect repellent; headlamp; raincoat; passport copy; sleeping bag liner; you don’t need big, heavy or cumbersome shoes, but good trainers (orienteering shoes); plastic bags to keep water away from electronic devices; first-aid-kit; polar fleece jacket; bath towel.
Further Advice:
Don't forget your travel insurance! You can benefit from the travel cancellation insurance offered by your credit-card company when paying for your tourist package at our point of sale. You must get neither a visa nor vaccination to come to Venezuela. However, Franbrasil Tour’s C.A. recommends you should get the yellow fever vaccine and the preventive treatment of malaria. You also need to have a valid passport for at least six months before arriving in Venezuela, and you have to carry it with you when travelling within the country.
Transport:
Means of transport are mentioned as examples of the models of vehicles used most often.
Your advisor informs you: discover the Andes adapted to your rhythm!
This trip suggested is accessible to a large public and offers a pleasant discovery of the Venezuelan mountains. For the sport persons, it’s possible to do some trek of 2 to 7 days. For more information, click “here”. Enjoy your walk!
Andean villages map Venezuela