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BARINAS  STATE CAMPS

Camp: Hato la Madera
* Location 
La Luz, Municipio Obispos.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Barinas. From there by road to La Cardenera, then on the
way to La Luz.

* Characteristics 
Located on the lower plains, an area rich in typical flora and fauna.
Participation in the typical activities of the plains everyday, marking the
calves, navigation on the Apure river and rafting on nearby rivers.

* Recomendations 
Fresh clothing, comfortable shoes, hat or cap, mosquito repellent, long
sleeved shirts and long pants, sunblock, photographic equipment and
binoculars.

* Facilities 
5 basic rooms with fan and two common bathrooms. They also offer 11
hammocks with mosquito nets and social areas. The price includes
lodging, meals and local transportation.


Camp: Hato los Tranqueros
* Location 

In the heart of the western plains, in Arismendi district.

* How to get there 
By air or by land to San Fernando de Apure. A guide from the camp meets
passengers to accompany them to the hato (cattle ranch).

* Characteristics 
Here, time stopped in the era of the first colonizers. Everything is rustic and
gives one a chance to appreciate for oneself the hard work of life on ranches
in the remote regions of the country. Ranch activities, milking cows and
the handling of cattle, fishing in rivers and streams, excursions on
horseback, swimming in reservories, and heat - always a lot of heat. It is
found in an area rich in fauna and flora, with 13 lagoons and 9 rivers and
streams to visit, touring them in aluminum boats or canoes with silent
battery motors to be able to better observe animals. Prices include lodging,
regional cooking with 2 meals daily, and activities each day (fishing in the
river, bird watching, excursions on foot and by horseback, outings in
aluminum boats or paddling canoes).

* Recomendations 
Clothing suited to these types of excursions and the hot climate,
comfortable shoes, insect repellent, long-sleeved shirts and long pants,
camera, binoculars, hat or cap, etc.

* Facilities 
Primitive, rustic environment where guests sleep in hammocks and there
are only communal bathrooms. Capacity for 40 people. Dining
room-kitchen where 2 Llanos (plains) - style meals are offered daily - a big
brunch at mid-morning and dinner, accompanied by refreshing beverages,
all very natural. In the mornings you can milk the cows to have fresh milk
with your coffee.


Camp: Hato San Antonio
* Location 

Los Guásimos, Municipio Arismendi.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Barinas. From there by road to Arismendi, then on the
way to Los Guásimos.

* Characteristics 
The Hato is really an agricultural and cattle production unit, part of which
is designated to the raising of water buffaloes. There is an integration with
the daily chores of the farm, horseback riding, navigation in curiara
(indigenous boat) through the rivers, piranha fishing, walks, etc. Directed
excursions specialized in ornithology and botany. Very much requested by
bird watchers, because the diversity between the higher plains and the lower
plains produces different micro-climates where more than 300 species of
birds have their habitat.

* Recomendations 
Fresh clothing, comfortable shoes, hat or cap, mosquito repellent, long
sleeved shirts and long pants, sunblock, photographic equipment and
binoculars.

* Facilities 
Cabins for two or three people, with private bath, hot water, air
conditioning and ceiling fan. Typical meals prepared with the farm¹s own
products, especially cheese made from cow milk and female buffalo, and
good meat.

 


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