Los Roques Archipelago
This amazing archipelago consists of around 350 islands, cays and islets in a total area of 40.61 square kilometres. The islands’ pristine coral reef attracts many wealthy visitors, especially from Europe. Because of the wide variety of seabirds and rich aquatic life, the Venezuelan government declared Los Roques a National Park in 1972. El Grand Roque is the only inhabited island in the group. It has an airport suitable for small aircraft that is basically the only form of transport to visit the archipelago. In El Grand Roque, you can take a boat and visit the other islands. Los Roques’s crystalline, pool-like waters are great for snorkelling and swimming, and its deserted ivory sands are perfect for doing absolutely nothing at all! If you desire to visit this Caribbean jewel, our company can reserve your flights, lodging, food and boat trips. Check our discounts below or request a personalised price quote.
- -Los Roques has fantastic beaches that usually appear on the top ten lists of the best beaches in the world.
-We have personalised all-inclusive offers based on the hotel and posada you choose, so that you can enjoy your stay to the max.
-You can find water sports and activities such as scuba diving, kitesurfing, fishing, etc.
-There are too many mosquitoes at night.
-Gran Roque is the principal island where all of the posadas are, so it’s not possible to go swimming here. To do so, you will have to take a motorboat and visit the beaches located on the other islands.
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-7D/6N. This package includes domestic flights, transfers and good B&B. Cost: starting from 720 euros per person (This price has been calculated based on 2 people in a double bedroom, except in high season).
Your advisor will tell you about how to choose your beach destination:Venezuela has a large variety of beach destinations such as: Los Roques: an archipelago with coral reefs accessible only by airplane; Choroni: a small charming colonial village surrounded by sea, mountains, and plantations of cacao, banana, and coffee; Mochima: a marine park with dolphins, coral reefs, and water sports; Morrocoy: a marine park with small isles and cays; and Margarita: the largest Venezuelan island where you can find large malls, good discos, and tourist crowds. This place is recommended for kitesurfing.