Tucked in along the northern coast of South America, Venezuela is a country of immense natural beauty and diverse landscapes, covering approximately 353,841 square miles (916,445 square kilometers). From the stunning beaches of the Caribbean Sea to the lush Amazon rainforest and the dramatic peaks of the Andes, Venezuela offers a tapestry of ecosystems that make it a unique and captivating destination.

Venezuela’s ecological diversity is nothing short of spectacular. The Amazon rainforest, occupying a significant portion of the country, is a treasure trove of biodiversity, teeming with exotic flora and fauna. The Orinoco River basin, one of the largest in the world, traverses the heart of Venezuela, supporting rich wetlands and extensive savannas. The Andes mountain range, with its snow-capped peaks, adds an alpine touch to the country’s landscape, providing a habitat for unique high-altitude species.

Venezuela boasts an array of natural wonders that leave a lasting impression on those fortunate enough to explore its diverse terrain. Angel Falls, the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall, plunges dramatically from the Auyán-Tepui plateau, creating a mesmerizing spectacle.  It is also one of the 7 Natural Wonders of South America.

The iconic tepuis, ancient tabletop mountains scattered across the Gran Sabana region, add an otherworldly charm to Venezuela’s landscape. With its blend of tropical rainforests, highland plateaus, and coastal treasures, Venezuela stands as a testament to the boundless wonders of the natural world.