El Ávila National Park

A set of mountain landscapes where the marked changes of relief allow observing a variety of natural environments crossed by gorges, which in some cases form small waterfalls that invite the enjoyment of nature and recreation. The landscape complements the set of fortifications and castles that date from the colonial era, as well as petroglyphs. […]

Laguna de la Restinga National Park

More than 2,300 ha. of mangroves grow in the lagoon and of its hundreds of channels twenty of them are open to the visitor. La Laguna de La Restinga has a jetty where the boat ride through the mangrove channels is facilitated. The observation of nature and the enjoyment of the beaches are two good alternatives for […]

Cinaruco Capanaparo National Park

It presents an extensive surface of dunes formed by dunes that are located to the North center; to the Southeast are the Galeras del Cinaruco, which are rocky elevations with an extension of 95 km.2, covered with vegetation, surrounded by grasses and inherited from the rock formations of the Guayanés Massif, are rocky elevations covered with […]


The Serranía la Neblina National Park was decreed on December 12, 1978. It covers an area of ​​1,360,000 hectares. located in the southernmost part of the Venezuelan territory, in the jurisdiction of the Rio Negro department of the Amazonas Federal Territory, bordering the Republic of Brazil, between coordinates 0º37 and 1º50 of North latitude and 69º12-66º32 […]

National Park Parima Tapirapeco

Physical Characteristics The Penicillin del Casiquiare is located west and south of the middle course of the Orinoco River, presenting an average height of about 200 masl, some small deviations appear on the plain, like tiny hills, but the slope is minimal, which is due to the detour to the Casiquiare, from the waters of […]


The Juan Manuel Ciénagas National Park, also known as Aguas Blancas and Aguas Negras, is an extensive swamp of swampy soil. The Lightning of the Catatumbo, unique phenomenon in the world, that is observed permanently in the park. Around 20 thousand birds of different species, use the mangrove forest to sleep, it turns out to be a […]

Chorro El Indio National Park

Chorro El Indio National Park Chorro El Indio National Park is the sentinel and natural lung of the city of San Cristóbal. Among the sites of interest are: the Chorro El Indio waterfall, Chorro El Franklin (headwaters of the Zuñiga River). The páramos of: Guarín, El Pino, El Moradeño, El Moraleño, El Oso, Cerro La Maravilla, Cerro […]


Majestic forests and countless landscapes interspersed among rivers, streams, valleys and steep. In any of its hills it is very possible to have a natural viewpoint from where, in the background, you will always see the villages and the sea. GENERAL INFORMATION Historical review The Cerro El Copey National Park was established by Executive Decree No. […]

Cerro Saroche National Park

The antiquity of the lands comes from the times when the entire Larense valley and its depressions were submerged under the sea millions of years ago. As places of interest we can point out the Quebrada de San Pablo de los Yabos in which there is a small volume of water and the hamlet of Pozo […]

Cueva de la Quebrada del Toro National Park

Majestic wooded landscapes, broken hills and caverns. There is a series of reef limestone cliffs that formed in a marine basin during the Tertiary period. The river gallery has a height of about 20 meters allowing access in boats, the waters are cold, deep and turbid due to the vegetation that it drags the broken one […]