- Venezuela All inclusive holidays
Like many parts of South America, Venezuela has influences ranging from Native American to European to West African, and you'll even find dishes like Pasticho on the menu, which is quite similar to Italian lasagne. Spain has left probably the most lasting legacy though, and during your break you'll see Spanish architecture, music and food, regular bullfights, and the most obvious example of Spain's influence is the language used throughout Venezuela - making it a great alternative to a European holiday if you usually go to mainland Spain or one of its islands.
Venezuela - abundant with nature
You can go to the ends of the Earth and still not find so varied a landscape as Venezuela's, and while the Caribbean coastline is the main attraction for sun-seeking holidaymakers, there's also the high peaks of the Andes, the greenery of the Amazon jungle, and the vast plains of the Orinoco delta too. This means the climate varies greatly too, but overall it's a warm country - expect anywhere close to 30°C on a typical day, and around ten degrees higher than that on the hottest days, depending on which part of the country you travel to, and the timing of your trip.
What's on the Venezuelan menu?
Chupe Andino is well worth looking out for - as the name indicates, it originates in the Andes Mountains, but it's a general term used in Venezuela for a wide variety of stews and soups brought down from the highlands, and you may see it elsewhere in the country. Along with lasagne-like Pasticho, there are other European influences, such as Cachitos, which are similar to croissants. An all-inclusive break is the perfect time to try everything on the menu, so don't be afraid to dip into the less familiar options over the course of your stay, as you might discover something you really enjoy.
All-inclusive on Venezuela's Caribbean coast
Mention the Caribbean and it's natural to think first of the islands dotted throughout the sea, but Venezuela offers a mainland alternative with its own attractive coastline. All-inclusive holidays to Venezuela give you the best of the Caribbean waters, with the option of exploring away from the beaches too. Together, this makes your hotel a great base from which to head out in any direction and find out more about this fascinating country.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Venezuela?
The best part about all-inclusive holidays in Venezuela is knowing that all your meals are covered, as well as some of your activities and excursions too. You don’t have to scour the guidebooks looking for a decent place to eat, or negotiate booking a table in another language. Your resort or hotel will take care of everything. All you have to do is sit, eat and enjoy. It’s a really stress free way of enjoying your holiday and great for sticking to a budget too.