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  • Cute House! Great hosts!

    "We had a fantastic time in this property. My husband and I went with 2 friends for NYE and had a fabulous week. Mauricio and Mariela were extremely friendly and helpful. The house is very well maintained and has absolutely everything you need. While La Barra is young (very young 18yr olds) the location was excellent and allowed us to come and go from Jose Igancio and downtown as we pleased. We had an issue with the safe and Mariela fixed it within the same day. The pool and outdoor area is fantastic and we really enjoyed the BBQ. We highly recommend this property."
    Guest: Mari Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 11, 2015
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  • Beautiful Apartment- Great owner - Great manager - Busy street

    "This apartment was beautifully done- photos were accurate. It was also outfitted well- everything you would need in the kitchen. I am always very appreciative when the owners make sure there are some basics in the apartment, so you don't need to stock up on things like sugar and salt and dishwashing soap for just a few days. Very considerate! The owner also gives you complete access to the laundry room, so if you need more sheets or towels, or even to wash your clothes- everything is there. The manager, Henry is great- is on top of all problems and tries his best to get them solved quickly as they arise ( as in loss of power or internet). He even managed to get us a reservation to a restaurant we had been unsuccessful in securing. The owner was great to work with. When we did end up having a few problems (that were completely out of her control) she did her best to try to solve, and then ultimately to make it up to us. My only warning (which I shared with the owner) is that this is a VERY busy street, congested with a relentless ribbon of people. The adorable colonial balcony that is shown in the photos was impossible for us to use to sit out there because the retail stores below (discount stores) blasted their sound systems from 9:00 am-9:00 PM. So- if you really like being in the center of it all, you will love this apartment, but if you prefer your people watching to be a little more serene, you might want to try a different section of town. I will say- it is in the heart of things, but know what you're seeking."
    Guest: Gail T. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 15, 2015
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  • The perfect choice in Pucon! Truly Unforgettable!!!!

    "A year ago my husband and I put a picture of Gracia a la Vida on our fridge with a dream to go there and explore the highly recommended area of Pucon. Having looked at the house for many months we finally made it! As we drove from Temuco we joked (somewhat anxiously) that of all the houses we had booked for our holiday we thought this one might be too good to be true. We were totally wrong!!! The house is AMAZING, the views of the lake and volcano just phenomenal (Judyth and Bob have done an incredible job making every room special), the garden is truly special with flowers of every colour and variety, and the lawns perfect for our 3 young children to play and run around on. It really is idyllic and we have very special memories from our time there! Picking plums from the orchard, playing with the kitten, Orso the dog, Nelson the caretaker, the rooftop view, are but just a few of them - not to mention meeting Judyth and Bob who are incredibly kind and welcoming. Our children are currently 3 years, 1 1/2 years and 5 months old. We would love to come back again sometime!!"
    Guest: A Travelling Family Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 13, 2015
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Venezuela Travel Tips

Getting to Venezuela Vacation Rentals

Venezuela is well connected to the rest of the world. The main airport, Simon Bolivar National Terminal, is located just outside of the capital city of Caracus. Airlines from South America, Central America, Europe and North America have regularly scheduled commercial flights to Caracus. Caracus is often a stopover point for travelers to the southern Caribbean islands and there are frequent commercial connections to these countries. In the city of Caracus, there is a good subway and public transportation system. It runs daily, even on weekends and public holidays, from early in the morning until late at night. This is the most convenient and affordable way to travel around the city. You can also use the local taxi service; however, you may need to negotiate your fare before departing as not all taxis are metered.

Best Time of Year to Travel to Venezuela Condos

While the landscape is quite varied in Venezuela, the climate and weather are fairly consistent throughout the region. The only exception is the Andean region which is at a much higher altitude than the rest of the country and therefore has cooler temperatures. For the most part, the climate is subtropical with two distinct seasons -- wet and dry. The wet season runs from May to November and is characterized by heavy rain showers that build and dissipate quickly. Even in the rainy season, you can enjoy warm sunshine most of the time. The dry season runs from December to April. This is typically the peak holiday season for travelers; however, Venezuelan weather is so mild comparatively that it can be classified as a year-round vacation destination.

Visitors to Venezuela Beach Houses

Venezuela has one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in South America. When you see pictures or postcards, it is not uncommon to mistake it for one of the Caribbean islands. Long stretches of sandy white beaches, palm trees and lush tropical forests combine with turquoise blue waters to make it an ideal beach vacation. Venezuela has some excellent coral reefs and divers from all over the world are attracted to its dive sites. The capital city of Caracus is known for its vibrant nightlife and party-goers can enjoy the Latin vibe. Outdoor adventurers will find many activities in the Andean region to enjoy. There are trekking, climbing and zip lining opportunities as well as nature walks and mountain biking trails to explore. Venezuela is a great destination for the more adventurous traveler, particularly someone who enjoys exploring foreign cultures and the outdoors.

Things to See and Do in Venezuela

The western part of the country is dominated by the towering peaks of the Andes Mountain Range. It is a great place for mountaineers that want to take on the challenging peaks. The historic city of Merida lies nestled in the foothills. It has a distinctive bohemian atmosphere, and is home to a university and South America's second oldest school.

The Northeastern region is the prime tourist region. It is home to some of the country's most beautiful beaches. The Mochima National Park is a marine and shoreline reserve that has some of the most pristine coral reefs in the Caribbean. Cumana is the main city in this region and claimed to be Venezuela's oldest city.

The Guayana Highlands are located in the southeastern part of Venezuela. It is here that you will find Venezuela's most famous natural landmark, the Angel Falls. This towering waterfall has the claim of being the world's tallest single waterfall. It is set among a unique landscape of huge sandstone mesas that right up thousands of feet above the surrounding grasslands.

The Amazonas region is part of the Amazon River basin. The area is not easily accessible and can only really be visited with guided tours. There are some indigenous cultures which remain true to their traditions. The wildlife viewing is also incredible.

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