In the town of Chirimena in Miranda, Venezuela, this is a small beach but with very calm clear water, in an area of inns and restaurants. Small swimming pools in the rocks, where you can swim but you must be careful because this type of rock is sharp.
Thousands of visitors fill the Bethany estate every single weekend! A beautiful place, and visitors say it smells like roses even though there are no roses there! When the Virgin appeared she said she wanted to be known as Mary Mother Reconciler of all People and Nations! Because of the many miracles that have manifested in Bethany, many pilgrims visit it and fill it with offerings. It is a very beautiful spiritual experience, especially if you go on its anniversary, the 25th of March! It fills up with people who are full of faith and gratitude, laden with flowers, candles and offerings!
Trapichito Park is surrounded by large trees, sports field, excellent walkways for exercise, and also has a Historic Monument from colonial times when it was used at that time to grind cane as this was the main productive activity in Guarenas, called Trapiche, we also show in these photos the facade of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Copacabana, and a ferris wheel which is located at the entrance of Ambrose Boulevard Square
Guarenas is a small town in the Bolivarian Republic of Miranda. The town has beautiful colonial houses, picturesque mills, a historic cathedral and a cultural house named "Antonio Maria Piñate" who was a well-regarded and famous teacher from this area. Here there are permanent exhibitions of various art forms and Pernot, a popular cartoonist, will draw your portrait as you enjoy the artwork such as The San Pedro Clubbing, Clubbing of San Juan, the old lady Guarenas and the burriquita. It's a great place to visit.
Carmona Edgar Rodriguez
From Chirimena Beach take the boat to Banquito beach! The ride lasts about 15 minutes. This beach is small, solitary and far from everything! Only silence and sea ... A natural reef crossing the sea where the waves break and form a well to bathe in free of waves. It is approx 65cm deep and just at the edge of this is a sandbank, perfect for sitting to enjoy the place and the sun ... On the other side of the reef is the open sea. A beautiful place indeed.
Higuerote offers multiple options to enjoy sandy beaches and one of them is Buche beach. From Carenero Port, take the boat and arrive in 10 minutes! The beach is divided into two parts, both without waves, the closest to the pier is very beautiful with turquoise blue water and has around two meters of shallow water. From there it is pretty deep, which means it is not highly recommended if you are going with children. Further on are yards and yards of shallow beach! It's like swimming in a pool. In this beach you can snorkel, rent jet skis and walks on water bicycles. There are awnings and chairs, local food, beach items and toiletries available for sale!
This beach in the village of Chirimena is one of the most beautiful and busy during the summer. It has more than 1 kilometer of soft sandy beach! The sea is a bit cold, in fact, sometimes it lends itself to skinboard surfing. From this beach you can catch boats to Caracolito and Majagua. It offers parking, food, family atmosphere, music and awnings and chairs!
Excellent mountain climate by Wraira Repano or Avila, a recreational place with streams and in season you can enjoy recreation and relaxation. The tourist sector is promoted by the Mayor's Office through the Management of Urban Management and the Coordination of Tourism. There are sports games, traditional games, Dance Therapy, Music environment, safety. Very near the entrance is a popular hotel with large pool and excellent gastronomy.
This has got to be one of the most beautiful antique shops I've ever seen. Its owner, Roberto Contisciani, is defined as Italo-Venezuelan, and his Italian side is certainly evident by some of the pieces that they have on display in the store.
This is an excellent river with crystal clear water and beautiful vegetation. It offers security for visitors through the Bolivarian Militias that regulate vehicular passage. Also, alcoholic beverages can be prepared, but only in demarcated areas or areas identified by the police. If you come from the beach and you go through Guatire, it's an ideal place to take remove the saltwater from off your body.
Quien escuche el nombre de Petare, sabe que es una de las zonas de Caracas con más barrios (cerca de 2000) por lo que su nombre va asociado a violencia y pobreza.
Sin embargo, tiene un casco histórico que parece estar alejado de todo y en el que se puede caminar con seguridad y ser testigos de manifestaciones de arte y cultura.
Ahí se mantienen vivas las tradiciones, se vive distinto. Están, por ejemplo, las casas coloniales mejor conservadas de toda Caracas. Fue allí donde se inventó el Golfeado (un dulce hecho con papelón y que va acompañado de queso llanero).
Muchas de sus calles conservan en empedrado original del siglo XVI, al igual que se conserva la fachada de la iglesia Dulce Nombre de Jesús.
Viajeros de otros países vienen a caminar esta zona y maravillarse por el contraste. Hay una manera segura de hacerlo: estar pendiente del calendario mensual de Urbanimia para saber cuándo se puede ir.
I've only been into photography for a little while, but nature's all green flora and fauna and the many pretty colours have captured my attention. Many people don't appreciate what they have in front of their eyes. I recommend you take a picture of anything that catches your attention.