The Mifafi moor is situated in Merida Venezuela, via Mucuchies and it is a place that is absolutely stunning and inspires peace ... at the site where I took the pictures is where you will find a host of Inparques which is the organization that takes care of the natural reserves ... In this place you can also see the three Condor of the Andes in perfect condition. It was beautiful and impressive ... I like the place because it is nice to find places that provide tranquility in which one can release all tensions that the city gives us.
Every corner of the Pico el Aguila, from the centre of Merida, is fabulous. Its meals, crafts, fascinating strawberry cream, and the Andean peak are all wonderful. The people of Mucurubá, which is where my family and I stayed, are wonderful. I recommend visiting Merida. You won't regret it!!
This is a place in an old coffee plantation that was restored 10 years ago. More than a century ago the export of coffee was one of the main sectors of Venezuela. They retain the old machinery, and there is an exhibition highlighting the life of people who moved to Venezuela and founded the ranch.
Just minutes from the center of town is the El Paramo de la Culata. It is a tourist spot, with a temperature that falls once you get to your destination. Here you have horseback riding, plantlife, landscapes, food, hotels, and locals that make this trip a pleasant one. To get there, go through "el Valle" and "Vallecito" where you will find the famous Andean cupcakes served as a tasty breakfast. The fruity wines, strawberries, blackberries, or theme parks will give you the excuse to spend a day with the family.
Sierra Nevada National Park (PNAC) is located between Merida and Barinas states in the west. It was born in 1952 to protect the natural spot in the Andean Cordillera. The Sierra Nevada is of great importance to Venezuela, because it is the highest altitude ecosystem in the country, and the mountains are named "Five White Eagles". The following make up the group of mountains: Pico Bolivar (5007m), Pico Humboldt (4942m), Pico La Concha (4922 , Pico El Toro (4755m) and Pico The Lion (4740m).
This photo was taken from the cable car station on Peak Mirror which is 4765 metres above sea level. The whole route is 12.5 km. There are around 4 stations: The mountain, gouache, round hill and Peak mirror. We can see the Bolivar Peak which is 5007 meters above sea level.
1,774m above sea level and with an average temperature of 17 degrees, the resort town of Dancers is located 90 kilometres from the city of Merida. Its main economic activity is agriculture. You can take a tour of Dancers and see various tuber crops, garlic, cabbage, fruit and so on. It also has a variety of shops, hotels, inns and restaurants serving tourists. The name of this beautiful village has its origin in ancient times. It is said that when the Indians who lived in this area had confrontations with the enemy, they would perform religious dances to protect them and help them win the battle. One of the main attractions is the Plaza Bolivar and the Cathedral Church of the People, which fascinate the visitor. It is also the villagers' meeting place. Among the sights and attractions of Dancers are: India Carú Waterfall Park, El Paramo La Negra, El Valle de Las Tapias, The Mill, The moor, The Carreros, National Park Chaplaincy, The Virgen de Durí, Hot Springs. The photograph is of Carú Park. You can spend a pleasant time in this park in contact with nature. The main attraction is the waterfall. Around this waterfall was erected a beautiful Indian legend captured by the pen of the writer Antonio Pérez-Esclarín. Dancers is tops. I love the waterfall. It's a place of relaxation, peace and harmony.
Mucuchíes is one of the most beautiful towns and colorful Andean crossing points of the famous road. It has the typical colorful houses of the region, the Plaza Bolivar and, of course, a castle - The hotel is surrounded by mountains with absolutely stunning views.
This is a must see in Mérida, whether you buy or not, since you can see the idiosyncrasies in the Merida Andes. There are three levels and it is always bustling with people and activity. I prefer outdoor and chaotic markets, because it's wonderful for taking photos,. this is very organized by product, regional crafts, meats, vegetables, breads, sweets, honey, fruit wines, etcetera. On the upper floor there is a dining are with 5 restaurants.
Transandina road is very popular, it's full of market stalls selling local produce, like blackberry wine, candied fruits, and the famous strawberries in the region; they're slightly acidic, but with cream they are a delicacy.
There are many things to see in Merida, which is located in the state of Merida in Venezuela. One of the first questions that arises when a tourist arrives is what to do in Merida, as there is wide range of leisure and cultural activities.
The city lies at the foot of the Andes, and is one of the higher elevation municipalities in Venezuela.
One of the most famous attractions in Merida is the church of Our Lady of Carmen, located in front of the Plaza de Colón, the most ancient religious site of the city. More Merida attractions that may appeal to the visitor include watching the bullfighting, which occurs in the town bullring. With a capacity of 16,000, the square was built in 1967 and houses all kinds of cultural events and Merida activities. For more things to do in Merida, tourists can take the cable car linking the city with the Pico Espejo in the Sierra Nevada, located in the Venezuelan Andes. Here's is possible to see snow and some people have even skied here -- a rarity in this tropical nation.
One of the best ways to learn about the stuff to do in Merida is to take a walk through the 20 parks and green spaces that fill its streets. While discovering all the places to visit in Merida, enjoy the varied cuisine such a soup based on potatoes, milk, onion and parsley, or try a typical sweet that is made from milk and other ingredients.
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