Los Roques is a piece of paradise that set place in the Caribbean. Isolated from some of the more touristic lower antilles islands, it belongs to Venezuela by default, after being abandoned by the Dutch, who settled in nearby Bonaire and Curacao. Los Roques are wild nature, no big hotels, only small lodges (posadas) in the main island of the Gran Roque, some of them of very high quality and standards.The turquoise waters, the pelicans and seagulls, the white coral sands and the caribbean sun all come together to make this a very special place in the caribbean. There are so many islands to visit once you land that in low season you may be the only one visiting some of them. We go there whenever we set foot in the Caribbean, and love it every time a little bit more. Flights arrive there only from Venezuela to the small airport. Best is to contact a tour operator to help you from Maiquetia Airport (Caracas International) to the domestic terminal where you'd fly to this wonderful place on earth.
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