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History

Parque Nacional Morrocoy is a national park located in Venezuela. It was established in 1974 and covers an area of approximately 32,000 hectares. The park is known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and diverse marine life.

How to Get There

Travelers can reach Parque Nacional Morrocoy by flying into Caracas and then taking a bus or driving to the park. The nearest town to the park is Tucacas, which is about a two-hour drive from Caracas. From Tucacas, visitors can take a boat to the park’s various islands and beaches.

List of Attractions

  • Playa Mero
  • Cayo Sombrero
  • Cayo Sal
  • Playa Paiclas
  • Cayo Muerto

Ticket Information

Entrance fees to Parque Nacional Morrocoy vary depending on the activities visitors choose to do. Boat tours, snorkeling excursions, and scuba diving trips are available for an additional fee. It is recommended to check the park’s official website for the most up-to-date information on ticket prices.

List of Tips for Visiting

  • Bring plenty of sunscreen and reapply regularly, as the sun can be intense on the beaches.
  • Pack water and snacks, as there may not be many dining options on the islands.
  • Wear water shoes to protect your feet from rocks and coral while exploring the beaches.
  • Respect the marine life and natural habitats by not littering or disturbing the animals.
  • Be prepared for limited cell phone service and bring a map or GPS device to navigate the park’s islands.

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