The Orinoco Delta consists of 25,000 km² of freshwater swamp forests and permanent wetlands and is considered one of the largest deltas of the world.

Under the care of native guides, we will walk or paddle and enter the heart of a rich ecosystem and now one of Unesco's biospheres. 

We will be able to spot various animal species such as the howler monkeys, toucans, dolphins and many more! 

The delta is also the territory of the Warao ethnic group who live along the river channels traveling mainly on canoes and living in their wall-less thatched-roof huts built upon stilts for protection against floods.