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Venezuela is not only the house of cheerful and beautiful people, but it also has unique species and natural reserves in the world.
Due to its location, the beauty of its landscapes is huge. The diversity in its habitats and, therefore, in its wildlife makes it a very biodiverse country, allowing all its people to do a lot of eco-adventures. Venezuela also has the world’s largest oil reserves and untapped natural gas reserves.
Caracas, Barquisimeto, Maturin, Maracaibo, Maracay, Puerto La Cruz & Valencia
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
916,445 km2 / 353,841 sq. mi
Agriculture and manufacturing
Venezuela’s climate goes from humid and warm, where average annual temperatures range as high as 35 °C (95.0 °F), to rainy and cold near Ecuador, with an average yearly temperature of 8 °C (46.4 °F)
Venezuela has a lot to offer, from superb traditional gastronomy to beautiful landscapes with the highest waterfall in the world and having the Andean peaks, which are the largest extension of the Caribbean coast in just one nation.
A few of the most iconic landmarks and tourist spots include the Angel Falls, Los Roques Archipelago, Margarita Island, Orinoco Delta, Plaza Altamira, Colonia Tovar, and El Avila National Park.