With the advent of the Easter holiday, many believers adhere to certain traditions, while others prefer to travel.
Courtesy | Margarita is one of the favorite places to travel this season
With the arrival of the Easter holiday, many believers adhere to certain traditions such as a tour of the Seven Temples, burning of Judas, eating fish cakes and others like to travel with family to a tourist destination in the country.
Most tourists prefer to vacation on the beach, where Margarita Island, Puerto La Cruz, Mochima and Los Roques are the most visited destinations.
For example, Margarita, one of the favorite destinations for tourists during Holy Week, has agencies offering various packages. For example, one of five days and four nights, from $298, provides: accommodation; breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner; Children’s entertainment; Beach Club; Bar with unlimited national drinks; recreational activities; Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfer.
You can hire services for: Excursions; tours; Car rental and air and sea ticket office.
If the family wants to visit Las Roques during Holy Week, packages include a round trip from Caracas; One or two transpositions to adjacent keys; air-conditioned room; power plant; accommodation; With breakfast, lunch and dinner, the price varies from 730 to 900 dollars for three days and four nights.
Kanaima during Holy Week
For those looking to visit Canaima National Park during Holy Week, there are four-day and three-night options ranging from $955 to $1,055, including: Maiquetía/Canaima flight tickets at 8:00 a.m. – Canaima / Maiquetia at 9:55 a.m.; Transfer and assistance Canaima Airport/Camp/Canaima Airport, as well as river transportation; Guide to area and individual attention; Welcome cocktail.
There are also packages that include excursions, outdoor activities or other services that stretch the budget.
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