Paria Peninsula is a national park consisting of 37,500 hectares famous for its uncultivated coast, beautiful beaches and a mountainous massif of 1,370 m high.

This is also the place where Christopher Columbus landed at the end of the 15th century and named it "Land of Grace", since its beauty impressed him.

The blue turquoise waters, fine sand beaches, palm trees and green vegetation, make this place a real paradise.

This is also a main place for cacao production, the main agricultural activity of the region. In Caripe, a colonial city of the 18th century, we will enjoy another agricultural specialty: coffee.