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Bordered to the East by the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is very conducive to expatriation. Located below the Tropic of Cancer, it holds a breathtaking wild natural landscape.

The country has inherited a colonial past, thus holding a priceless cultural and historical patrimony. On moving to Venezuela, you will be living an exceptional expat experience to the rhythm of colorful festivals like the carnival.

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After spending seven years in South Florida, I have become a sucker for a nice park. Having access to good parks makes it very easy to entertain kids on very short notice and very little budget. When I visited Caracas in October, my husband and I took a quick tour of the Parque del Este in Los Palos Grandes, I have to admit that I was thoroughly impressed. I was even more excited to learn that the kids’ school frequently go there for field trips.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela can boast incredible landscapes, which range from Amazonian jungles and snow-capped Andean peaks to Caribbean coastline and idyllic islands. It is a diverse paradise on Earth with a warm climate that begs to be explored at any time of year. Venezuela can lay claim to the steamy Delta del Orinoco (Orinoco Delta), which is ideal for wildlife-viewing on the water's edge, and Salto Ángel (Angel Falls), which is the world's highest waterfall at about 16 times the height of Niagara Falls! The adventure-sports capital of Mérida is an affluent Andean city that offers active expatriates countless opportunities for paragliding, hiking, rafting, canyoning, and mountain biking while the group of nearly 300 sandy islands that form the Archipiélago Los Roques make for an ideal island-hopping getaway from the actual capital of Caracas.

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Refluent Mind

5 years ago

!Mira! Soy una daughter, a sister, a dreamer, a poet, an athlete, and a friend. I smile and I cry and I laugh and I feel and I hope. Soy americana, currently living in the state of Anzoategui, Venezuela working at an American school. I spent my youth (or much of it) in Europe: Belgium and then Hungary. I also lived in Bangladesh for a year, and Namibia for a summer. I love mountains and snow, but I am currently living in the land of heat, oceans, and jungles. I am on a mission- to explore the world and leave it a bit better than I found it. I do not plan to save the world, nor anyone in it. Stories of my travels will be shared here.

Onward Rambler

6 years ago

I am a young woman who moved to Venezuela in 2013 with my company. I have been working in the oilfield since 2011. This industry and style of life has provided me with a unique outlook on the expat life. I enjoyed my time in abroad and I plan to share this experience so that others may discover the unique beauty, culture and challenges that the world has to offer.

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Balanced Melting Pot

9 years ago

The Balanced Melting Pot is about my efforts to keep the pot from tipping over while managing life as an expat in Caracas and 3 different cultures.


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