Venezuela officially called the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Bordering the Caribbean sea and the Atlantic ocean to the North, it shares borders with Guyana to the East, Brazil to the South and Colombia to the West. Administratively divided into 23 States (estados) and 1 island territory. Here is combined the incompatible: the snow-capped peaks of the Andes and the Amazonian jungle, the beautiful plateau of the Gran Sabana and nearly 3,000 miles of sandy shores, the largest salt lake in South America – Maracaibo and the third longest river on the planet - the Orinoco, the highest waterfall of the planet – angel and the plains of Los Llanos, where from all over the world lovers eco - Safari. Venezuela also belong to the island of Aves, Orchila, Los Hermanos, Los Testigos, Margarita, La Tortuga, Los Roques and Amankila, as well as a number of small coral Islands and reefs in the southern Caribbean sea. The Venezuelan capital Caracas, and more specifically Santiago de Leon de Caracas .
Nature and tourism in relation to Venezuela can be quite clearly divided into four areas:
- The MOUNTAINOUS REGION of the ANDES (North-West). Here are the spurs of the great system of the Andes forming on the territory of Venezuela the complex mass of ridges and valleys covered with primeval forest and plantations of coffee and cocoa. In the Sierra Nevada de Merida are the highest mountains of Venezuela, all year round covered with snow, among which stands out the highest point of the country - the peak of Bolivar (5007 m). National Park of the Sierra Nevada and lake Maracaibo. Lake water is saturated with oxygen, in turn, here grows a lot of algae, which are food for many fish.
- AREA LOCLLANOS (the Basins of the rivers Orinoco and Apure) takes about 30% of the country. It is a region of vast savannas, cattle ranches and dense riverine forests are home to dozens of species of exotic creatures. It is home to jaguars, anteaters, monkeys, and the largest rodent in the world - capybara. In the waters of the Orinoco are home to crocodiles, piranhas, the largest snake on the planet - the Anaconda, and even the rare freshwater dolphins.
- GUIANA HIGHLANDS (South-East) is the major active tourism of Venezuela. Numerous rivers run from the slopes of the mountains, forming a great number of waterfalls. Among them the most famous angel falls, the amazing tepui (table mountains) and the famous mount Roraima (2810м), which divides three countries – Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, right at their point of connection. And Roraima, and Auyan — tepui with a waterfall angel – all included in the vast territory of the national Park Canaima (UNESCO)
- The CARIBBEAN COAST of the country forms a rather rugged narrow strip in the Northern part of Venezuela. More than 1,700 km of sandy coast, about 600 km of island coastline, more than 500 coves and inlets, framed by lush greenery, creating excellent conditions for beach holidays.
THE COMPANY MEGATOUR OFFERS FISHING IN THE STATE OF BOLIVAR ON THE ORINOCO TRIBUTARIES.
Where: the Orinoco River is the third largest river in the world flows through Venezuela and empties into the Atlantic ocean.
Source: the River formed by the confluence of the rivers of Venezuela and Peto, which originate in the mountains Delgado-Chalbaud in the South-Western part of the Guiana highlands on the border with Brazil. Length 2736 kilometers.
Tributaries: a River is divided into Upper, middle and Lower Orinoco. The majority of the Venezuelan rivers, tributaries of the Orinoco. Consider the largest. The right of the river: Ventuari, Kaur, Caroni (a tributary of Paragua), Left of the river, Guaviare, Meta, Apure
In Venezuela is possible as freshwater fishing and saltwater. Freshwater fish are the most interesting trophies are presented to the Peacock bass, Pavon, of Payara, Trahira, among the sea of trophies is worth noting: the flying fish, Tarpon, Barracuda and others. Specific interest is fishing for Marlin - one of the largest fish on the planet.
Technique and kinds of fishing, fishing in Venezuela attractive for lovers of fishing lures, and flyfishing. Extensive water basin of Venezuela offers a wide choice of locations and conditions for fishing.
When planning a fishing trip in Venezuela, to avoid the unpleasant situations, be sure to follow the vaccination and don't forget about health insurance. Medicine in the country, though free, but in very poor condition and the services in private clinics are quite expensive.