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SUCRE  STATE CAMPS

Camp: Cachamaure
* Location 
San Antonio del Golfo, between Cumaná and Carúpano.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano.

* Characteristics 
Fresh and ventilated, green areas, thermal waters pool, beach and dock.
Price only includes lodging in groups.

* Recomendations 
Sunscreen, hat or cap, repellent, light clothes, bathing suit, camera, sun
glasses.

* Facilities 
24 cabins completely equipped with private bathroom and air conditioning.
Bring kitchen utensils as kitchens don¹t have them, but if you don¹t want
to cook there is a restaurant.


Campament Bambusal
* Location 
Cerca de Río Caribe.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. From there, by road via Playa Medina, up to
the fork road that announces the camp.

* Characteristics 
Installed in part of an old farm, this country camp has a variety of
ornamental plants, shade and fruit trees. In the back there is a river that is
good to bath in it.

* Recomendations 
Cool clothing, sneakers, hat or cap, bathing suit, sunblock, photographic
equipment, etc.

* Facilities 
A churuata with 11 rooms distributed in a circle around the central patio,
all with private bathroom, cold water and fans. There is another churuata
that serves as restaurant and social area. Different holiday plans.


Camp: Querepare
* Location 
San Juan de Las Galdonas, Paria peninsula.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. Then by road via Puerto Santo-San Juan de las
Galdonas.

* Characteristics 
At the north of the Paria peninsula, it receives all the breeze from the
Atlantic, in a area that ranges from dense jungle to arid and desolate areas.
The camp is located on a virgin beach, 1 km long, surrounded by a thick
vegetation. You can go on different excursions, for example, to the Paria
Pe-ninsula national park, Santa Isabel village, a walk to the La Noria well,
San Francisco inlet, Don Pedro, Boca del Dragón, Macuro, boat trip to the
archipelago Los Testigos, etc. Price includes lodging, breakfast and dinner.

* Recomendations 
Track suit, several pairs of socks, long-sleeved shirt, jeans, bathing suit,
shorts, cap, sports shoes, towels and repellent.

* Facilities 
The basics you can find in an almost virgin beach located at the end of the
peninsula. 2 churuatas (indigenous-style structures) with dining hall,
communal showers, bunks with mosquito netting, hammocks, communal
dormitory and 120 watts power.


Camp: Finca Vuelta Larga
* Location 
Paria peninsula, Guarauno, calle Bolívar, casa s*n., adjacent to the
Turuépano national park.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. Then by road via Güiria-El Pilar-Guarauno.

* Characteristics 

The owner of this camp, Mr. Klaus Müller, says that what he offers is not
ecotourism but antitourism. The finca Vuelta Larga attends to biodiversity,
it has around 250 bird species, varied fauna that include jaguars -difficult to
watch-, anteaters, spectacled Caymans, chigüires, monkeys, etc. It offers
excursions to the national parks of Paria and Turuépano, the geologic fault
of El Pinar, Serranía (peaks) de Paria, etc. The highlights of the península
are mainly the diversity of habitats in such a small space, in which you can
find forests, coast, and mangrove swamps. They also organize excursions of
several days to farther places, such as the Guácharo Cave. Delta Amacuro.
Price includes lodging and 3 meals.

* Recomendations 
Adequate clothes for the area, long sleeved shirts, repellent, shoes for the
excursions, hat or cap, camera, binoculars, etc.

* Facilities 
Bioclimatic building, it does not require air conditioning nor fans. 6
rooms, 2 double, 1 quadruple and 3 triple. Apart from that there are 3
mini-rooms, with communal bathrooms and natural water.


Camp: Hato Río de Agua

* Location 
On the Paria Peninsula, to the south, on the border of Turuépano national
park.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. Then by road Güiria, near Bohordal.

* Characteristics 
This was one of the first successful experiments in agroecology in the
country, through the inspiration of its founder Wilfred Merle. It is located
in a swampy savanna dedicated to the raising of water buffalo and, thanks to
the rational management of a system of reservoirs, it is maintained
permanently green which allows the subsistence of very special avifauna.
Here, absolutely everything is done in the spirit of conservation. The camp
has solar energy installations, a plant of biogas using buffalo excrements,
they do not use pesticides or chemical fertilizers, etc. It has an extension of
1,000 ha. of which 540 are usable. There are some 800 buffalo which feed
on reeds. In addition to riding buffalo, one can take excursions by canoe on
the caños, fish, watch birds, contemplate life, etc. The most commonly
seen animals here are bespectacled cayman, frogs, white heron, cormorants,
jabiru, and an extensive variety of migratory birds. An amphibian vehicle
transports visitors through the swamp to the caños of the delta of the
Orinoco River in the northern section. As a complement, there are
excursions to places such as Macuro, where Columbus first set foot on the
American continent, a typical cocoa hacienda in Agua Santa, the botanical
gardens in El Pilar, to Paria Peninsula national park and to the beautiful
beaches of the north coast of the peninsula. This is one of the most
interesting projects in ecological agrotourism you will find. Price includes
transfer Carúpano-camp-Carúpano, lodging, breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
national beverages; excursions to Playa Medina, Agua Santa, along the
canals, riding buffalo, and horseback riding.

* Recomendations 
Identification documents, sun screen, mosquito repellent, camera, light
clothing appropriate for the area and climate, binoculars and swim suit.

* Facilities 
Located at the beginning of the marshlands, the camp has 5 circular cabins
with 2 beds and a bathroom, rudimentary but comfortable, windows
protected by screens, illuminated by kerosene lanterns, plus an open,
well-ventilated churuata-dining room, meal and bar service, etc.


Camp: Playa Medina
* Location 

On the north side of the Paria peninsula.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. Then by road via Río Caribe.

* Characteristics 
This must be the closest thing to the image of paradise humans have
created. After descending a steep mountain, one comes upon the Caribbean
Sea in a paradisial cove, with grass and sand, surrounded by hundreds of
coconut palms, facing tranquil tropical waters. Everything here is peace,
tranquility, harmony, rest, ideal for thinking and reflection about oneself
and life, far from the stressful contamination of the rest of the world. Beach
and sun all day long. The more adventuresome can take part in a number of
excursions to nearby places of interest such as Hato Río de Agua, the Agua
Santa cocoa plantation, guided visits to the forests of the area, boat rides to
other beaches further to the east - solitary, virgin, and... well, everything
imaginable in this branch of true paradise in Sucre state. Your impressions
can be jotted down in the visitors book where one encounters phrases such
as "we came out of curiosity, we leave out of obligation," "up until now I
have only seen a place like this in photographs," "simply incredible." It
includes transportation Carúpano - Playa Medina - Carúpano, 3 meals,
national beverages, beach service, and excursions, only by reservations.

* Recomendations 
Identification documents, sun screen, mosquito repellent, camera, light
clothing appropriate for the zone and climate, binoculars, bathing suit.

* Facilities 
A beautiful beach setting with 8 cabins (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living
area, porch) and 2 smaller cabins for 2, with hot water, fan, refrigerator,
stove, hammock on the porch, lounge chairs, etc. A tidy, simple, and very
good restaurant with home cooking, open bar with view of the bay and
friendly, attentive, and cordial service. 


Camp: Playa Pui Puy
* Location 
In the Paria peninsula, around 5 km. from Playa Medina.

* How to get there 
By air or land to Carúpano. Then by road via Río Caribe-Pui Puy.

* Characteristics 
It is located on a beach of white sands, approximately 2 km. long, with
coconut and other very tall trees in front of the sea. There is a constant
breeze coming from the sea, for that reason the beach is good for
windsurfing.

* Recomendations 
Identification documents, sun screen, repellent, camera, light clothes, coats
for the night.

* Facilities 
18 cabins in front of the sea, built craft-style with materials found in the
area. They have a maximum capacity for 4 people and only one of them has
7 beds, a matrimonial room and bathroom. Cafeteria that offers seafood,
camping area, parking, bohío (indigenous-style structure) to hang
hammocks, a kitchen in small churuatas with barbecues and a shop selling
canned goods. No meals offered. Price includes lodging only.

 


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