Cheap Flights to Venezuela
Flights to Venezuela
Airports In Venezuela
There are 127 airports in Venezuela, however due to political unrest many are not safe for travelers to use.
U. S. Government Travel Alert For Venezuela
This information is current as of May 6, 2017 - "The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens against travel to Venezuela due to violent crime, social unrest, and pervasive food and medicine shortages. Country-wide shortages of food, water, medicine, electricity, and other basic goods have led to social unrest, including violence and looting. Security forces have arrested individuals, including U.S. citizens, and detained them for long periods with little or no evidence of a crime." The U.S. Embassy may not be able to assist you if you are detained.
Airports In Venezuela
Before booking flights to Venezuela, check with the U.S. State Department for additional safety warnings. Airports in major Venezuelan cities include Caracas DAC, Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetia, Vargas, La Chinta International Airport in Maracaibo, Zulia, Arturo Michelena International Airport in Valencia, Carabobo, Jacinto Lara Inernational Airport in Barquisimeto, Lara, and Manuel Carlos Piar Guayana Airport in Cuidad Guayana, Bolivar.
Airlines Serving Venezuela
There are some airlines currently serving Venezuela, but while political conditions continue to volatile in this country, travelers should check conditions daily for changes. American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Santa Barabara Airlines, and Avior Airlines. You will find the cheapest tickets for Venezuela flights at Skyscanner.
Health Services In Venezuela
Very little health care is available at the present time. Travelers using medications will not be able to refill them, and medicines you carry with you may be confiscated. Medical care in hospitals is minimal and may not be available for non-citizens. If you or someone traveling with you has a medical condition, it may not be wise to go to Venezuela at this time.
Natural Things To See In Venezuela
When times are sound politically, visitors to Venezuela are gifted with its amazing beauty. Angel Falls is one of the top natural attractions. This waterfall is the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world. Morrocoy National Park is another gift from nature with beautiful island beaches, coral reefs, and wetlands. Sea turtles, dolphins, flamingos, and scarlet ibis are some of the wildlife that lives her in abundance.
Historic Places Of Interest In Venezuela
Simón Bolívar is the hero of Venezuelan independence, and his home is an important symbol to the people of this country. the home was built in the seventeenth-century and has been well maintained. Many historical artifacts and valuable pieces of art are on display. Visitors are expected to obey the rules of this museum/shrine. The National Pantheon of Venezuela was built in the 1870s and sits on the northern edge of old Caracas. It is the final resting place for the heroes of Venezuela.
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