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Venezuela is close to the equator therefore it experiences few climatic variations. There are really only two seasons: dry and wet. The dry season lasts from December to April, the wet one from May to November. The average temperature is about 27C, but cooler temperatures prevail at higher elevations, especially in the Andes.

  1. Getting There by Air: The national airlines are Aeropostal (Alas de Venezuela) (VH) (, and Avensa and Servivensa (VC) (, which no longer flies to Europe.
  2. Main Airports: Caracas (CCS) (Simon Bolívar) is 20km (12 miles) from the city (travel time – 30 to 45 minutes). To/from the airport: There is a coach service to the city every 60 minutes (0530-2359). Buses (littoral) are available to the city every 60 minutes (0600-1800). Taxis to the city are available on ranks. Facilities: Duty free shop, bank/bureau de change, bar/restaurant, tourist information and car hire.
  3. Approximate Flight Times: From Caracas to London is 13 hours (indirect), to Los Angeles is 10 hours 45 minutes and to New York is five hours.
  4. Getting There by Water:
    Main ports: La Guaira (, Puerto Cabello (, Maracaibo (, Guanta, Porlamar and Ciudad Bolívar (on the Orinoco River). The principal shipping lines operating to Venezuela are: from the USA: Venezuelan Line; from European ports: French Line, Hamburg Süd, Hapag Lloyd, Polish Ocean Lines and the Spanish ships, ‘Cabo San Juan’ and ‘Cabo San Roque’. Cruise ships often make Caracas a port of call.
  5. Getting There by Road:
    Road access is from Colombia (Barranquilla and Medellin) to Maracaibo, and from the Amazon territory of Brazil (Manaus) to Caracas.
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