Unterbringung in Venezuela
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Camping ist in Venezuela nicht sehr verbreitet. Außer in den Anden in der Gegend
um Merida und in der Gran Sabana gibt es kaum Campingplätze in Venezuela. Die
Venezolaner hängen ihre Hängematten am Strand auf, oder stellen auch mal übers
Wochenende ihr Zelt an den Strand. "Wildes" Campen am Strand ist in Venezuela
erlaubt, man sollte aber sicherheitshalber leere Strände bei Nacht meiden und
sich stattdessen anderen Gruppen anschliessen.
El Avila National Park
It is possible to camp at in the Park with relative safety. Popular sites
where there is a park guard are: Papelon, Los Venados and La Zamurera.
Camping is possible all over the National park, but campsites with a security
guard can be found at La Mucuy near Tabay – which is the starting point for the
hike to Pico Humbolt, and at Laguna Mucubají in the Sierra Nevada National Park.
At both campsites there are parking facitities, public bathrooms and places to
eat close by. In order to camp at other sites in the National Park it is wise
to obtain a permit from the INPARQUES offices in Mérida – there must be two of
you in order to obtain a permit and there is a nominal charge. There are offices
in the Plaza Las Heroinas, La Mucuy and Laguna Mucubají. Topographical maps showing
hiking trails may be obtained from the INPARQUES office on Calle 19 between Av.
5 and 6, Tlf: 074 528785
Mesa Redonda Ecological Refuge
Camping is permited with access to bathrooms with hot water for $4pp/pday.
At La Toma, close to San Rafael de Mucuchies.
Telf/Fax: 074 638633,
Guatopo National Park
There are several camping sites in the park, the principal one being Agua Blanca,
which is in a valley with a stream running through it. There are sheltars for
BBQ´s, and parking. Sta. Cruceita, Quebrada Guatopo and El Lucero are other
picnic / camping areas, with sheltars, but the first two do not have guards
present after 5pm and are thus not safe for camping. El Elvira is an old coffee
plantation, the entrance to which is on the road between Altagracia de Orituco
and Ipare. Camping is also possible here, but you must arrange for a permit
and payment of a nominal fee with the parkguards between 7am and 3pm. In order
to camp in any part of this park you must obtain a permit from INPARQUES in
Caracas, next to Parque del Este, open Mon – Fri.
"Casa de Campo Tovar"
On the way to Puerto Cruz. Tlf. 02 2321681, 232 3525,
web page www.carive.com
Reservations are necessary.
"Area Recreational Tierra Blanca"
A popular bathing spot and recreational area between Villa de Cura and San Juan
de los Morros. You can camp for $1 per tent or sling hammocks for $2. Restaurant
and public bathrooms available. There is plenty of security, but you are advised
to avoid weekends and holidays as it can get very crowded. Closed on Mondays.
"La Posada Familiar y Casa de Retiro San Francisco de
This site is 40km west of Dos Caminos on the way to Tinaco (bteween San Juan
de los Morros and San Fernando de Apure). You can camp or sling hammocks for
$3pp. Food is available on request and there are public bathrooms. You can also
swim or go boating on the San Francisco de Tiznados resevoir. Emphasis is placed
on peace and quiet. Tlf: 014 4683917, 046 713183, 710483.
Morrocoy National Park
Camping is possible on some of the islands (Cayo Sal, Cayo Sombrero, Cayo Muerto
and Cayo Paiclá) but there is no fresh water. At weekends, and during the holiday
period the islands get crowded, with litter all over the place. To camp you
must first make a reservation with INPARQUES (Tlf: 800-84847 or 042-830069),
open Mon-Fri, 8.00am – 12.00m and 2.00 - 5.00pm. $3 per person per ght. The
procedure is as follows:
- Phone INPARQUES to make your reservation at least 8 working days in advance,
stipulating the number of people and nights, and which islands you will be
camping on. INPARQUES will give you a code number.
- Deposit the total cost of your stay in the Banco Industrial de Venezuela,
Cuenta corriente #17-101170-3, or in the Banco Unión, Cuenta máxima #807801595-1,
in Tucacas or Chichiriviche, under the name Programa Especial Parque Nacional
- Phone INPARQUES again, giving them your code number and the number of the
bank deposit slip. This will confirm your reservation. You have 48 hours from
the first phone call to complete steps 2 and 3. If you decide to cancel, INPARQUES
will keep your money. If you wish to postpone, you must tell INPARQUES 72 hours
before the date confirmed.
Mochima National Park
Camping is possible on the beaches, but there have been mixed reports about
security, especially on the more isolated beaches.
Hammocks may be slung on the terrace of the Posada Café del Mar for $4 pp pday.
A nice beach, closer to Rio Caribe than Playas Medina and Puipuy is Los Cocos
(towards Carúpano) $0.50 from Rio Caribe, ask to be let off at the "escalera
de Los Cocos". Camping is permitted and there is a restaurant and bar, and public
Camping is permitted for $1 p/ day p/ tent which includes use of the public
bathrooms on the beach (shower extra for $0.50pp). The beach is cleaned every
day and there is a security guard. Parking $0.50 pday. There is a restaurant
open to the public which serves lunch and supper. To get there you can take
a jeep from Rio Caribe which leaves from the petrol station on the outskirts
of the town between 5.30 and 6.30 am - return trip from Puipuy to Rio Caribe
12.00 -1.00, or you can get a boat from Rio Caribe (see Tourist Module).
El Dorado (km 80)
Camping or hammocks dormitry style for $5pp. Restaurant with typical food. Tlf:
911091. On the right hand side coming in to El Dorado. Also offer excursions
in canoe through the jungle to "La Tierra de los Salto" (The Land of Waterfalls)
for $100pp/pday including a guide and paramedic, food, hammocks, mosquito nets.
Camping in indigenous communities. They will take you to Payapal to see the
gold mines for $120 for the jeep (max 12 pax), including soft drinks and a pack
lunch, or up the Cuyuní River for the day by canoe ($130 p/ canoe). There are
special deals for backpackers. They will help you to change money if you are
stuck. Pleasant friendly people. Rec.
Run by Bruno and Vanesa where hammocks can be slung for $5, and you can also
camp. They also do day trips to local indigenous communities and to the gold
mines for about $60pp/pday, incl food, min. 4 pax. Also 1 – 3 day trips up the
Cuyuní river deeper into the jungle. Tlf. 088 911155 Ask for Sr. Antonio – who
is a friend of theirs in El Dorado.
Camping is possible at the posada "La Montañita", close to Las Claritas.
The Gran Sabana
Aponwao Bathing Site 1, km 140
Camping site on the banks of the River Aponwao. Restaurant, barbecue site, craft
shops and public loos.
Chinak-Merú (Aponwao Falls)
20 km from the Kavanayen turnoff The Aponwao falls and surrounding countryside
is a truly beautiful place, with spectacular views everywhere you turn. Hammocks,
camping $3 at Iboribo, an indigenous village where trips to the falls are run
from. Restaurant – but they need to be told first how many will be eating. From
here you pay $5 p/p for the boat trip accross anmd obligatory Pemon guide. You
can walk or take a canoe for part of the way, to Aponwao falls, Pozo Escondido,
Pozo del Amor (there are maps on the wall of the restaurant at Iboribo). NB.
Canoe rides may not be possible in the wet season, as the currents are too strong.
Rápidos de Kamoiran, km 171
Restaurant, Petrol station, shop, public bathrooms, river. Camping allowed $1.50
Salto Kawi, km 194
Churuata for slinging hammocks $17, tents $1. They will cook your food or rent
you the stove. Nice falls, jasper rock.
Salto Kama Merú, km 201
55m high falls. Hammocks $3., Camping $1. Restaurant Good place for buying handicrafts.
Quebrado Pacheco and Arapan Merú falls (kms 237 and 238.5)
Hammocks, camping. Public bathrooms. If you bring food they will cook it for
you. There is a small path up the hill behind Pacheco, which in 30mins., leads
you to some thermal springs. Ask Alejandro Romero – the park guard for details.
Warning. Be careful not to go past the red strip in Quebrada Pacheco, as there
is a hidden waterfall, which has claimed several lives.
Suruape, km 244
Churuatas for hammocks, $15 / Churuata / night, sleeps 6-7 pax. Camping free.
Restaurant. Nice pool for swimming.
San Francisco de Yuruaní, km 250
You can camp or sling a hammock at the posada run by Roraima Tours.
Just outside Sta. Elena. Hammocks/camping, public baths, river $3 per tent.
Will cook food for you – or rent the small kitchen.
3 to 7 hours by car from Sta Elena, and a beautiful area for walking. Camping
is permitted in: Cabañas El Paujil, run by Miguel Angel and Evelyn Rovaina.
Meals available on request for small groups. Restaurant in construction. Also
organise excursions around El Paujil for $85pp pday with full board, min 4 pax.
Or $100 pday for jeep and guide only – max 9 pax. Friendly pleasant hosts. Highly
rec. Tlf: 02 9767141, 088 951030. You can also contact other El Paujil residents
for reservations etc. through Miguel Angel.
Run by Carolina Avlar and Paulo Patritti. Restaurant for guests only. Offer
river savannah and jungle excursions for $85 pp pday with full board. Italian
and English spoken. 15mins by car past El Paujil (they will pick you up at the
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