Los Roques Beach

Traveling to Venezuela, you’ll find the tranquility of Los Roques archipelago — remote, quiet, and serene with azure seas as far as the eye can see. Los Roques contains 350 islands and islets covering over 40 square kilometers of golden sun-soaked sands and cool blue waters. The wind and climate of the area make it the opportune tropical oasis for windsurfing and watersports, being hailed as a “kite surfer’s dream” by aficionados. Los Roques is the biggest Marine Nature Park in the Caribbean, with islands, reefs, sandbanks and calming stretches of sand open to exploration. 70,000 annual visitors will agree that that the archipelago’s isolated shorelines are ripe with beach spots of splendor and golden twilights.

Getting There

Los Roques is near the capital city of Caracas in beautiful Venezuela. Many travelers choose to fly from star alliance airlines such as United Airlines and  Air Canada, In the heart of  Caracas from cities around the world. You can also fly to Venezuela from airports in Canada and the USA. There is also convenient  traveling in this city from Sydney, Toronto, San Francisco and New York. People of  U.S. Can Catch a flights from Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami. Once you find yourself in the city, you can decide your best travel options to the islands. You can venture by private boat and yacht transportation or take a short flight to Gran Roque, one of the larger islands within Los Roques archipelago. Your tropical oasis awaits after your travels.