Camp: El Caimßn del Orinoco
17 km. from the small town of Soledad, in the northern bank of
the Orinoco river.
* How to get there
By air or land to Ciudad BolÝvar. Then by road following via
Savanna landscape, with Xerofitica vegetation and full of
cashew trees everywhere. As it is near the river you can have trips in curiara (indigenous boat) and walks along the bank. There are
organized excursions for looking at fauna and flora typical of the region. Ciudad BolÝvar is 45 minutes away and it is a good point
to take a plane and go south of BolÝvar state and visit some attractive spots in the Gran Sabana (Great Savan-na). Price
includes lodging, three meals and an excursion.
Adequate clothing for the zone, sport shoes, hat or cap, long
sleeved shirt, long pants, bathing suit, sunglasses, camera, binoculars, sun shade and repellent.
This original camp is the only one in this isolated region,
located in the puddle area of the Orinoco, in front of the Laguna de la Pi˝a. It has 32 double rooms, churuata (indigenous
structure) style, arranged in 16 units. Individual baths, electricity
24 hours, ceiling fans, decorative thatched ceilings, windows with wire nettings, bar-restaurant.
Camp: Hato Nuevo
Near San Mateo, in the way to El Carito. In the
northern side of the western plains.
* How to get there
By land to the bridge at San Mateo, then turning right
following the route to El Carito.
In this place you will find all the comforts of a hotel. It
is an isolated place, ideal for resting and taking a break from urban noise. It is an oasis within the
solitude that marks the landscape.
Adequate clothing for the zone, sport shoes, hat or
cap, long sleeved shirt, long pants, bathing suit, sunglasses, camera, binoculars, sun shade and
More than a camp, this is a comfortable and isolated
hotel, far away from almost everything, especially for those who do not want to be seen or disturbed. It
consists of 39 comfortable rooms, with air
conditioning, optional TV, private bath, hot water,
pool, horses, mini-zoo, tennis and │bolas criollas▓
(Venezuelan game) courts, green areas, etc.