Trip to the beach of Paria Peninsula
The Paria Peninsula is a large peninsula on the Caribbean Sea. It is part of the Serranía Del Litoral mountain range that lies along the Venezuelan coast. To get to this peninsula, you have to travel along a tough winding road full of potholes that makes it difficult to access. However, the beauties that can be found in this magnificent place are worth the effort. Here you can admire the very well-preserved flora and fauna of this isolated area and watch the sea tortoises in the right season. You will be able to visit incredible islands that are lonely most of the year. Just a bit of prior organisation will be necessary for you to find a spot where to eat and sleep, especially at the weekend. Franbrasil will help you plan your stay, so that you can make the most out of your visit to this fascinating one-of-a-kind place.
Medina Beach:It’s a small fine sand beach surrounded by palm trees and green mountains. This beach will delight those who look for a calm blue ocean with no waves or strong winds (This beach is a 90-minute drive away from the city of Carúpano).
Puy Puy Beach:It’s a large sandy beach, perfect for surfers and those who love big waves, silky sand and palm trees. There are many small restaurants where you’ll be able to try local fresh fish (This beach is a 100-minute drive away from the city of Carúpano).
San Juan De Las Galdonas:It’s a small coastal village with large beaches and fishermen’s wooden boats all around the place. This magical location is perfect for you to learn about Venezuelan rural lifestyle. Find a comfortable posada in this fishing village and start to have fun! (This beach a 2-hour drive away from the city of Carúpano).