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Mérida 3 Days 2 nights Package

Mérida 3 Days 2 nights Package - Caracas, Venezuela

Duration: 3 days
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$275.00

Perfect introduction for those who visit Mérida for the first time. On the first day, enjoy a half day city tour where you have the occasion to discover Merida’s landmarks, to get a bite of the historical aspects of the city at the same time you get to know traditional craftwork and local products.

Next day get ready to discover the Venezuelan Páramos in a full day dedicated to explore the picturesque Andean villages where you can visit colonial houses and churches, buy handicrafts, and taste local food and beverage.

1st Day

Pickup from El Vigía Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo Airport for transfer to Mérida.

The tour starts with a visit to Mercado Principal of Mérida, a multi floor building where dozens of little shops offer merchandise such as fruits, vegetables, medical herbs, crafts, local products and much more.

Later, you will have a stop at the Heladeria Coromoto, an ice cream parlor widely known for getting an entry in the Guinness book for setting a record of 860 flavors ... More info ›

Perfect introduction for those who visit Mérida for the first time. On the first day, enjoy a half day city tour where you have the occasion to discover Merida’s landmarks, to get a bite of the historical aspects of the city at the same time you get to know traditional craftwork and local products.

Next day get ready to discover the Venezuelan Páramos in a full day dedicated to explore the picturesque Andean villages where you can visit colonial houses and churches, buy handicrafts, and taste local food and beverage.

1st Day

Pickup from El Vigía Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo Airport for transfer to Mérida.

The tour starts with a visit to Mercado Principal of Mérida, a multi floor building where dozens of little shops offer merchandise such as fruits, vegetables, medical herbs, crafts, local products and much more.

Later, you will have a stop at the Heladeria Coromoto, an ice cream parlor widely known for getting an entry in the Guinness book for setting a record of 860 flavors. There you will have a wide range of ice cream flavors selection that goes from salmon to garlic or spaghetti. Please note that around 60 different flavors are display daily. For sure this bunch of options will satisfy everyone’s taste.

Next the tour heads into at the Plaza Bolivar where you will have the opportunity to see the Libertador Simon Bolivar’s statue, to admire the Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion, one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Venezuela.

Afterwards, a brief visit to the Governor’s Palace and Universidad de Los Andes Rectorate Building.

You will end the tour by having a historical insight of the city by having a stop at Casa de los Gobernadores, place where the Spanish governors of the Colonial period once ruled the province of Mérida. The colonial house serves as art gallery to exhibit painting of the governors as well as some other personalities well known for their public and academic relevance.Return to the Posada. Overnight stay.

Meals: -/-/-

2nd Day

After breakfast, get ready to get mesmerized by the charming Andean paramo. You will be taken all the way up to the Carretera Transandina. This beautiful road will lead you along colonial towns where mountain farmers traditionally till the fields with their oxen cart. You will have a stop at the famous stone church of the artist Juan Félix Sánchez in San Rafael de Mucuchíes. On the highest point of the Carretera Transandina, you will visit the Laguna de Mucubají, a beautiful lagoon fed by the glacier. The landscape at an altitude of 3000 m, along the hike from Laguna Mucubají to Laguna Negra (roundtrip 2-3 hours), offers the visitor a vegetation of frailejones (espiletien) and pinewood, and the stony ground is mostly covered with fern and lichen.

As we drive up to the Eagle Pass, at an altitude of 4200 m, observe the Páramo vegetation with frailejones growing up to 3 m in height and the stunning view over endless mountains. Return to the Posada. Overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast /Lunch /-

No especial fitness is required. However, you may feel the air becomes thin from an altitude of 3000 m.

3rd Day

Breakfast.

Transfer to El Vigía Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo Airport for flight to Caracas.

Meals: Breakfast/-/-

 

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Private Departure Transfer: Caracas Hotels to Simón Bolívar International Airport

Private Departure Transfer: Caracas Hotels to Simón Bolívar International Airport - Caracas, Venezuela

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$28.00

Ensure a smooth and stress - free ride from your hotel door, directly to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport. End your Venezuelan holiday by pre-booking a private departure transfer to get you and your luggage from your hotel in Maiquetía or Caracas to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport.

When making a booking, you will need to inform your flight details and your accommodation details (Airline, flight number, departure time and hotel name) ... More info ›

Ensure a smooth and stress - free ride from your hotel door, directly to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport. End your Venezuelan holiday by pre-booking a private departure transfer to get you and your luggage from your hotel in Maiquetía or Caracas to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport.

When making a booking, you will need to inform your flight details and your accommodation details (Airline, flight number, departure time and hotel name). Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver

Relax on your departure from your hotel to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport and avoid the stress and hassle of public transport. Relish the convenience of having a friendly bilingual driver who will be waiting for you, ready to help you and assist you.

You'll be picked up from you hotel in Maiquetía or Caracas and taken directly in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle to Simón Bolívar (Maiquetía) International Airport. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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El Ávila National Park Half-Day Jeep Tour

El Ávila National Park Half-Day Jeep Tour - Caracas, Venezuela

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$84.00

On this guided half-day tour of El Ávila National Park, you'll ride in a 4x4 off-road vehicle as you admire breathtaking views of Caracas, taste local products along the way, and appreciate the Humboldt Hotel’s magnificent architecture.

El Ávila National Park, in north-central Venezuela, occupies a 200,000-acre mountain region that ranges in height from 120 meters to just over 2 meters. After 9am pickup from your Caracas hotel, you'll be driven to the highest point in the park, where you'll be able to walk and take in gorgeous views that contrast with the hustle and bustle of the capital ... More info ›

On this guided half-day tour of El Ávila National Park, you'll ride in a 4x4 off-road vehicle as you admire breathtaking views of Caracas, taste local products along the way, and appreciate the Humboldt Hotel’s magnificent architecture.

El Ávila National Park, in north-central Venezuela, occupies a 200,000-acre mountain region that ranges in height from 120 meters to just over 2 meters. After 9am pickup from your Caracas hotel, you'll be driven to the highest point in the park, where you'll be able to walk and take in gorgeous views that contrast with the hustle and bustle of the capital. From atop El Ávila, you'll be able to see Caracas on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other.

At Ávila Peak, you'll also visit a village known as Galipan, with a community of some 2,500 inhabitants known as Galipaneros. The town's name comes from the former native peoples who once lived here, called the Galipa. Founded more than 200 years ago by the first settlers from the Canary Islands, Galipan has a church, school and plaza all built into the side of a mountain. To reach the village, you'll take a 4x4 ride up a completely paved path, and will find kiosks en route that are attended by local people selling regional products such as fruit (strawberries, peaches, etc), marmalade, butter cookies and flowers.

In addition, you'll see the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Galipan. You can also take a fork in the road that will lead you to San José de Galipán and San Isidro de Galipán. Finally, you'll visit the Humboldt Hotel, which opened in 1956 and remains one of the architectural jewels of the city, built by the Venezuelan architect Tomás Sanabria.

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Topotepuy and El Hatillo Day Trip from Caracas

Topotepuy and El Hatillo Day Trip from Caracas - Caracas, Venezuela

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$150.00

Fond of ecology and environmental protection? Tempted by a serene getaway? Then book this Topotepuy and El Hatillo day trip from Caracas. Topotepuy is an attractive place for bird watchers and botanical lovers ... More info ›

Fond of ecology and environmental protection? Tempted by a serene getaway? Then book this Topotepuy and El Hatillo day trip from Caracas. Topotepuy is an attractive place for bird watchers and botanical lovers. By contrast, El Hatillo will delight you with its colonial style houses, local restaurants, bars and artisan shops.

Your tour starts with a visit to the Topotepuy Ecological Garden located in the nearby mountains that overlook Caracas. This 4-acre garden takes you into tropical cloud forest with thousands of different plants and beautiful flowers to admire, including bromeliads and orchids. You'll enjoy an exceptional view of Caracas, and bird enthusiasts will have an opportunity to see hummingbirds and many other bird species.

After the 2-hour garden excursion, your trip continues to a panoramic area from which you'll observe various neighborhoods and “barrios” on the way to El Hatillo, a town of 70,000 inhabitants located 15 km from Caracas. El Hatillo is rich in colonial-style houses and friendly locales, and has a plaza surrounded by restaurants, bars and artisan shops. Known for its mild climate, El Hatillo provides a perfect escape from the chaos and city noise of the capital.

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Half-Day Historical Tour of Caracas

Half-Day Historical Tour of Caracas - Caracas, Venezuela

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$80.00

Have an insight into El LIbertador Simón Bolívar`s life and Venezuelan history by visiting Caracas' picturesque historic quarter.

Start your tour in the historic center, from Plaza Bolívar, originally called Plaza de Armas. It adopted its current name in 1883 on the hundredth’s birthday of Simón Bolívar ... More info ›

Have an insight into El LIbertador Simón Bolívar`s life and Venezuelan history by visiting Caracas' picturesque historic quarter.

Start your tour in the historic center, from Plaza Bolívar, originally called Plaza de Armas. It adopted its current name in 1883 on the hundredth’s birthday of Simón Bolívar. The four corners that surround the plaza are occupied by important buildings of big historic relevance as the Caracas Cathedral, the government Palace, the City Hall, the Yellow House and The Capitol (Congress of Venezuela).

Simón Bolívar birthplace is next, a colonial house enriched by precious pieces of that period and paintings by famous artists such as Tito Salas who captured the most important highlights of El Libertador’s life. Visit to the Capitolio, Palacio Legislativo and Palacio Federal where the golden keys to Simon Bolivar’s mausoleum are kept.

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El Hatillo Day Trip from Caracas

El Hatillo Day Trip from Caracas - Caracas, Venezuela
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

From USD
$134.00

Enjoy this full-day sightseeing tour exploring the most remarkable places and landmarks of Caracas. You gain insights into the life of El Libertador Simón Bolívar and deepen your knowledge of Venezuelan history by visiting the capital's picturesque historic quarter ... More info ›

Enjoy this full-day sightseeing tour exploring the most remarkable places and landmarks of Caracas. You gain insights into the life of El Libertador Simón Bolívar and deepen your knowledge of Venezuelan history by visiting the capital's picturesque historic quarter. Then, make a serene getaway to El Hatillo, a town that will delight you with colonial style houses, local restaurants, bars and artisan shops.

This tour starts in the historic center of Caracas, from Plaza Bolivar, originally called Plaza de Armas. Surrounding the plaza are buildings of great historic importance – the Caracas Cathedral, Government Palace, City Hall, the Yellow House and the Capitol – and your tour only gets more interesting from here.  

See Simon Bolivar’s birthplace, a colonial house next to Bolivar Square that features precious pieces of art from that period, including paintings by the famous artist Tito Salas who captured the important highlights in the life of “El Libertador”. Follow the beautiful stones around this house, which bring you to the Bolivarian Museum.

After that, you'll be taken to Boyacá Avenue – better known as “Cotal Mil,” because it stands exactly 1000 meters over the sea – where you can take in an incredible panoramic view of the city. From there, you'll drive to El Hatillo, a town of 70,000 located just 15 km from Caracas, which is rich in colonial style houses and friendly locales. The town plaza is surrounded by beautiful houses that have been transformed into restaurants, bars and artisan shops. Known for its mild climate, El Hatillo is the perfect day escape from the chaos and noise of the capital.

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