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Tourism circuits or routes abound in Venezuela
  At the north, in front of the Caribbean sea, there are a variety of sandy and sunny beaches open all the year. Of insuperable beauty "Los Roques" National Park; La Tortuga; Las Aves are some of the islands, keys, islets, rocky island and reefs that offer to the visitants an impressive natural landscape, and the Margarita islands together with Coche and Cubagua islands are one of the principal entrances for tourism in Venezuela.
To the western coast in the Falcon State, white sand beaches, shallow waters, moderate surge and coral formations are offered to enjoy submarine activities at Morrocoy National Park.
In Venezuela's north, the extended ridge of mountains at the coast form a barrier between the Llanos and the sea, situated here are "El Avila" National Park, in the Caracas valley, and "Henri Pittier" National Park. The most attractive and antique colonial town, Choroni, is located in the latest.
To the east, we found the "Paria" National Park, the salt-mine of Araya and the "Mochina" National Park with small bays of quiet beaches.
In the center of the territory, Guacharo's Cave Natural Monument, the largest cave in the country, inhabited by an indigenous bird called Guacharo.
Jungles, Plains and Guayanese Massive
  The Guayanesee Massive is situated at the south of Venezuela, from the "Gran Sabana" with 75.000 km2 extension and height from 800 mts, to the Roraima with 2.763 meters over the sea level, a unique rise with a numberless of indigenous animal and vegetable species, like the "Ayenusa" of the bromeliaceous family.
The Guyana Massive called "an island lost in time" is the most antique formation in the planet, originated in the Precambrian period since 2.300 millions years, presents tubular mountains with almost vertical declivity, flat sumits called "Tepuyes". A famous one is the Auyantepuy with a height of 2.450 meters over the sea level, located in "Canaima" National Park. Located here is the world highest Angel Falls or Churum Meru, 979 mts height, considered as one of the natural marvels of the world.
Of the same greatness is the Amazonian Jungle, covering around 20 % of the national territory. Formed by impetuous rivers, provide two international hydrographical basins: Oronoquia y Amazonia, considered irreplaceable biological reserve of Venezuela and the world.
The Amazonia lodges other marvels, the "Autana" Mount in a form of a tree trunk with mysterious caves that run through the top; the "Tobogan of the Jungle" gigantic natural toboggan located in the jungle.
An attractive way to visit the jungles is through the fluvial navigation. However, must always be accompanied by specialized guides. These areas are residence to indigenous communities of great importance to Venezuela's ethnography and anthropology, like the Piaroas, Maquiritares, Guaicas, Bares and others.