This national marine and continental park, located in the northeastern coast of Venezuela, was created in 1973 to protect Mochima Bay and the coasts and islands grouped between Borracha Island and Cumana.

The numerous islands offer diversified landscapes: beaches, bays, creeks and also mountainous areas with compact and diversified flora.

The beaches have very fine sand and the color of the water varies from green to dark emerald.

It's also a wonderful place to observe the reef ecosystem, sea bed and the different multicolored fishes that live there.