KrisI want to know the world, I am a student and photographer. I like yoga and music. I want to meet people who love to travel
Can host for 3 daysI want to know the world, I am a student and photographer. I like yoga and music. I want to meet people who love to travel
based on 1 experience
Itinerary: My trip was 4 days...it was short but amazing... Margarita is so lovely Budget: The prices at the time I went was cheap Accommodation: I can't remember the hotel I stayed at ...but it was worth the price.. food was amazing
No, Venezuela is not safe for solo female travelers. The country has one of the highest crime rates in the world, and women are particularly vulnerable to sexual assault and other forms of violence. It is strongly advised that women avoid traveling alone in Venezuela.
Venezuela can be a dangerous place for solo female travelers. The country has a high crime rate, and women are particularly vulnerable to sexual assault and other forms of violence. It is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings at all times. It is also advisable to avoid traveling alone at night and to stay in well-lit, populated areas.
Venezuela can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on where you go and what you do. Prices for food, accommodation, and transportation can be higher than in other countries in the region. Additionally, the country's economic crisis has caused prices to rise significantly in recent years.
The best time to travel to Venezuela is during the dry season, which runs from December to April. During this time, temperatures are mild and rainfall is minimal. This is the ideal time to explore the country's many attractions, including its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant cities.