Medanos de Coro National Park, Central-Western Region

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
Medanos de Coro National Park is located in Central-Western Region. A visit to Medanos de Coro National Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Coro trip itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • Excellent option to explore family and about a really beautiful, with an incredible view of the movement of sand dunes and a landscape that although I know is hostile, is very friendly if one goes well a equipped water, caps and good shoes
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  • Great place to relax a little, and above all a site that you can not miss if you go to choir, the dunes are far from the public services that recommend carrying water and food, you can play with the sand, taking pictures, among other things.
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  • I went with my wife for business reasons, but we decided to walk a while enjoyed it very much, the Sandhills is a spectacular place, choir is a pretty nice town, very nice colonial town
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  • Beautiful place, it's an amazing place to admire nature
  • Beautiful and yet it's a testament to nature and how indomitable yet amazing it can be and to think the sea is not that far
  • The best travel to enjoy it
  • It could visit while out of Paraguaná of work to choir... We ask the driver to let us down to visit the dunes and take some pictures!. The driver let us know it for a few minutes and the next free day, we decided to visit it again to enjoy it longer, in a full day that included the city of Coro, the Sandhills, Paraguana and Adícora!, organized by that same driver, we had fun and met much! Important! -Declared as Park national through the Decree Executive No. 1592 of date 6 of February of 1974. -The decision of incorporating the Médanos de Coro national park system grew out of the need to protect a sample of the desert landscape and because of its natural beauty, as well as being the only desert on the coast of the Caribbean to be always in movement and each dune exceeds 8 m. Also protects a Fossa marina with mangroves. -Characterized by a constant breeze coming from the East, Sandy rough to the touch and conducive to slipping. -Them arenas soft and dry of this park national are consequence of the erosion on them rocks that with the time is converted in grit and this, to the move is by the continuous action of the wind, is goes accumulating little by little in dunes that frequently change of form since are in continuous movement. Why the Sandhills have also received the name of nomadic sands. -The climate of the Park is one of the most arid of Venezuela, and the average temperature is uniform throughout the year, ranging between 26 ° C and 29 ° C.
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  • Great destination to visit
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