A mix of travel tips, history, music and fine food as I explore Venezuela in the footsteps of the great German scientist and adventurer Alexander von Humboldt.
Great pictures; it's a pity Los Llanos is only getting 16% of your poll so far but I guess it's not on most people's list! For me it's one of the most special places and your photos brought back many memories (spent several years there many moons ago)I get back now and again for work, as you do, and the nostalgia of a wonderful part of my life hits me like a physical impact.CheersSO
I lived in Hato el Cedral for a year, studying anacondas (and birds, and otters, people). I MISS IT very much, it pulls at my heart strings, it is both simple and spectacular all at the same time. It is a magnificent animal paradise, for sure. However, if you want to be treated better as a tourist, I highly suggest Hato El Frio, which is a ~couple hours east (and thus a shorter drive from San Fernando).Los Llanos are a spectacular place to visit, just like the Pantanal but closer to get to (unless you live in Antartica).Renee
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