Orinoco Delta, Venezuela

Orinoco Delta

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WELCOME TO THE ORINOCO DELTA

Wildlife in the Orinoco Delta, one of the world’s most remarkable river systems, rivals that of the renowned Amazon.

Home to the Warao people, known as the “People of the Canoe,” this region unveils a rich ecosystem teeming with diverse wildlife including caimans, turtles, and exotic fish. Wake to the sound of howler monkeys, watch playful river otters and dolphins, and navigate the channels’ labyrinth.

TRAVELLING DEEPER

The Orinoco Delta is a sprawling region of wetlands and mangroves that throngs with life.

This remote corner of the continent has a richly diverse ecosystem, indigenous communities, and a kaleidoscope of birds and animals. Spot ocelots, spider monkeys, tapirs, anteaters, howler monkeys, capybaras, alligators, piranhas and turtles.

Learn about life in the Orinoco Delta from the Warao people. Their way of life revolves around the watercourses that serve as the primary mode of transport in the delta.

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ELSEWHERE IN VENEZUELA

To the north, Los Roques beckons with azure waters and sandy beaches, ideal for kite surfing and bone fishing. Eastward, the Orinoco River winds through ancient cultures and rich biodiversity. Travelling south reveals the expansive Gran Sabana, leading to the captivating Angel Falls, the world’s tallest waterfall, and the towering tepuis of Roraima.

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