Venezuela is a highly varied country. You'll find beaches, mountain peeks, swamps, and deserts. You'll find crystal clear coastlines, modern cities, and plenty of activities to undertake here.
The national park at Morrocoy has some truly beautiful features, including a large Mangrove area, countless cays, pristine beaches, and untold numbers of marine life including dolphins, turtles, and caimans.
Medanos de Coro
As stated, Venezuela's landscape is highly varied—in what's typically thought of as a tropical country lies the Medanos de Coro, a sprawling desert of sand dunes. The present state of the dunes when you arrive will literally be a once in a lifetime experience, as the winds in the area are constantly changing them.
Off the northeastern coast of Venezuela is the largest island in the region, Isla Margarita. If you enjoy windsurfing, kite surfing, or simply combing the beach, this is one of the most enjoyable places to visit in the country.