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One of the first things i have to say about this place is, bring your coats, the name it's not just for show, although we are undergoing climate complications right now, the cold environment is still there, as well as the possibility of catching the...More
National Park Sierra Nevada, has a great privilege in Venezuela, it is on the extreme North Andean Range, it means... where the Andes born, so his moderate altitude (The highest is touching 5.000 mts) it allows to have a huge range of possibilities to leave...More
We went canyoning in Merida and it was so fun! Reallt enjoyable for outdoorsy people! The water is at 13 C and the sights are amazing! Not recommended for people who don't exercise or that suffer from hipothermy.
I've done a few day trips in the park, and I would love to go camping there too. If you're not used to the altitude, don't push yourself too much. I lived at sea level before coming here and the first hike was definitely challenging,...More
This National Park actually covers a huge portion of Merida and Barinas states. For this reason you will find all kinds of landscapes depending on the area where you enter the altitude that you manage to reach and your personal abilities. So the landscapes cover...More
we love it. It was very cold, take scarfs with you. And hats. And gloves. It was amazing. Go with your friends and have an amazing trip. Visit the laguna. Drink a hot chocolate. Take cameras. Stop at the pico àguila.