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Venezuela´s natural wonder, known for its beautiful coral reefs extends through 32,090 hectares on the north- western coast of the country known as Golfo Triste.

Home to several of the most important ecosystems in the country, Morrocoy has natural scenic areas some of which have not been altered by development and where flora, fauna, geomorphologic conditions and habitats are of special interest to scientists, educators and other nature enthusiasts.




The average temperature is 30 degrees Celsius, and the beaches, coral reefs and crystalline waters are of incomparable beauty. Beaches, lagoons, caves, marshes and islands make up the scenery surrounded by the ever-present mangrove trees. Some more popular keys and beaches that you may access via boat are Cayo Borracho, Cayo Pelón, Cayo Sombrero, Cayo Sal, Playuela, Playuelita, Peraza, Punta Brava, Mayorquina, Los Muertos and Paiclá.

Local fauna include Scarlet Ibises "corocoras", flamingos, pelicans and albatross which can be viewed at a bird sanctuary located in the park. In addition, other local interesting sites include the "cave of the Virgin Mary" and the "cave of the Indian" where you may find hieroglyphics made by native Venezuelans.
The park is accessible via freeways from all major cities in the country.




Chartered planes arrive constantly at the Airports of the cities of Valencia and Puerto Cabello which are closest to the park. Morrocoy is approximately a 3.5 hour drive from the Caracas international airport.

Outdoor activities include water skiing, windsurfing, kite surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving and beach volleyball.

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