The Los Roques archipelago It has more than 50 coral islands and numerous reefs, in addition to many golden and white sand beaches. Belonging to Venezuela and it looks like a central lagoon surrounded by islands and beaches, a truly spectacular landscape. There you can do a multitude of activities such as kitesurfing, diving, snorkeling, swimming, windsurfing or sailing, and of course you can enjoy its wonderful beaches sunbathing.
They undoubtedly form a natural paradise in the area of Caribbean, thanks in part to the fact that it is not an exploited place and that it still conserves a lot of virgin territory, which gives it much more beauty. In Los Roques you will find good weather all year round although the nights are usually cool, but certainly not so much that you get cold since they will not even need to take a jacket or sweater.
In any of these islands you can enjoy the tranquility of not finding other factors that are in other areas of the Caribbean, such as hurricanes, rains or insects, things that are always annoying and can annoy a vacation. It is one of the 20 most beautiful destinations in the world, so it becomes the ideal place to enjoy a few days of tranquility on the beach and with a spectacular landscape.
The largest island is The Gran Roque, having only 15 square kilometers. All the others are much smaller, which is very good since you can have a lot of privacy and tranquility if it is what you are looking for. If you want a destination with numerous leisure and nightlife offers, Los Roques is not what you are looking for since what it offers you is basically two things: tranquility and nature.
Many of the smaller islands are still in formation and you see them as sandbanks with very little vegetation, while in others you find great beaches and lagoons. The underwater paradise that you find in any of its islands is impressive, so it is one of the best destinations for diving lovers. Finally, note that you can only get to the islands in small boats or light planes from Venezuela or nearby Caribbean places.
TRAVELING TO LOS ROQUES // THE SECRETS OF THE ARCHIPELAGO (May 2021)