This kayak hiking tour is possible for beginners. Required
is a good condition.
The duration of the journey depends on the strength and the skills
of the group.
For that reason contacting each other before the beginning of the
journey is absolutly necessary.
Day 1 till 4
Transport from Maturin via van or jeep to the boarding point.
Moricha-Largo Moricha - Largo
Two and a half day down the Moricha Largo to the jungle
camp, Along Galerie and Palmwoods. On the way you can watch
plants and animals typical for the delta.
Overnight you stay in hammocks in the jungle. Bathing and fishing
On the third day you pass the Aguanegras to the el techo
canal. Here you may have to, depending on daytime (ebb and flow),
go against the stream.
Further passing occasional indian huts we arrive at the el
There we find a luxurious jungle camp that can be reached against
Relaxing, bathing, jungle bar, overnight stay in beds
Day 5 till 7
In the afternoon we continue our trip to a village of the Warao
There you can share the life and the culture of the Indians: preparing
the food, weaving baskets, constructing hunting weapons, playing
volleyball, bathing, etc.
Overnight stay in Indian huts in hammocks. On the seventh day after
breakfast we say goodbye. Continuing our journey by motorboat to
Urucoa. Transportation to Maturin.
This tour can be started in the same way from Tucopita.
On inquiry we also organize the transportation the flight from
other cities in Venezuela.
We also provide a pick up service or assistance at the international
airport from Caracas or Porlamar, Margarita Island.
Things to bring along:
Valid passport with Visacard
Spray against mosquitos (Autan)
Perhaps foto equipment
Short clothes (short, T Shirt)
At least two times long clothes (long clothes, shirt with long sleeves
Little bag ( for the clothes for the kayak hiking tour)
Open mindedness over the Natives and travel passengers is necessary
Tour minimum 4 till 10 people
Price: ca.550 US$
price inclusive breakfast, lunch and dinner, all non alcoholical
drinks (except you have to pay your drinks at the bar in the camp.)
Transport, hammocks, kayaks and logboats, multilingual guides