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Camp: Valle Bravo
* Location 
Santa Teresa, detrás del Fuerte Guaicaipuro.
* How to get there 
By road, following the route Charallave-San-ta Teresa.
* Characteristics 

A farm with installations that are planned and constructed exclusively for
camp activities. Sports courts, stables, area for darts, pool and extensive
green areas. Novelties such as paintball, climbing wall, rappel tower,
mini-zoo, rope routes and Appaloosa horses exhibit. They offer the
participant contact with nature, sports, educational and recreational
activities. It includes lodging, transportation, meals, insurance, medical
service, laundry, two T-shirts and a cap for each camper. 10 and 15 day
packages within the months of July to September.

* Recomendations 
Cool clothing (jeans and T-shirts), bathing suit, sneakers, mosquito
repellent, sunblock, sweater or jacket, raincoat, etc.

* Facilities 
Cabins with capacity for 8 participants and 2 guides in bunks, with private
bath, hot water and lockers. Multiple uses rooms with giant TV screen and
surround sound. Dining room with bathrooms and buffet area for the daily
meals.


Camp:Guatopo - Inparques
* Location 
Agua Blanca recreational area, Guatopo national park.

* How to get there 

By land following the route to Charallave-Santa Teresa.

* Characteristics 

In Agua Blanca there is an old trapiche where the sugar cane was processed,
which has been restored and sometimes the rangers make it work for the
visitors to see. Educational, recreational and awareness activities, to teach
participants respect toward the natural environment. Walks, sleeping out,
cooperative and didactic games, environmental interpretation, etc. Directed
to children and adolescents from 9 to 17 years old. 7 or 9 day packages in
the months of August and September. It includes lodging, transportation,
guides and paramedics. They attend school groups or individuals at any
time of the year.

* Recomendations 

Cool clothing (jeans and T-shirts), bathing suit, sneakers, mosquito
repellent, sunblock, sweater or jacket, raincoat, etc.

* Facilities 

Los Monos camp is located here, with dormitories for 25 people, kitchen,
dining room, and bathrooms. Small spa, picnic area and paths for
excursions.


Camp: Club Miami
* Location 

Within Laguna de Tacarigua national park, in the zone of Barlovento.

* How to get there 

By land from Caracas to Tacarigua de la Laguna. Then by boat to the
camp.

* Characteristics 

This camp is located on one of the longest beaches of the country, 28 km.
(nearly 17 miles) of white sand and coconut palms bordering the sea. It was
given the name Miami in 1951 by some Russian immigrants who were the
first to build in the area. Now, it is totally renovated, but conserves the
original spirit of the era. In 1974, all of this area, some 18,400 ha., was
decreed a national park and constitutes a marine-coastal ecosystem with a
great variety of birds, fish, and reptiles. The predominant vegetation is a
mangrove forest where avifauna such as ibis, herons, and frigatebirds
abound. In this area, the beach is little frequented and one can enjoy
refreshing tranquility beneath the palms. They organize special didactic
excursions within the park. Price includes lodging, breakfast and dinner,
boat transfer Tacarigua-Club Miami-Tacarigua. Lately, we have received
complaints from the users, related to the cleanliness, attention and
maintenance of the club.

* Recomendations 

Bring cool clothing, swim suit, sun screen, hat or cap, tennis shoes,
photographic equipment. In the afternoon, near sunset, mosquitos come out
in force, so be sure to bring adequate clothing and repellent to combat
them.

* Facilities 

12 double or triple rooms, and 8 double or quadruple rooms with private
bathroom, fan, and system of showers with salt water. Dining and social
areas. Bar near the seashore. Volleyball court. The plan includes 1 breakfast
and 1 dinner per night's lodging.


Camp: Iguana 
* Location 

5 minutes away from El Guapo.

* How to get there 

By land between the towns of Caucagua and El Guapo.

* Characteristics 

The tent area is next to a brook of crystalline waters that form a natural
pool. On the way you pass by old cocoa farms and landscapes of tropical
rain forest.

* Recomendations 

Bring cool clothing, swim suit, sun screen, hat or cap, tennis shoes,
photographic equipment.

* Facilities 

Grass area for 7 tents and common bathrooms. Electricity that is on during
the whole night. Modest restaurant that offers fast foods and a court for
playing bolas criollas.

 


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