Cayo Pirata

Cayo Pirata is one of the closest to the Gran Roque keys, and also one of the most visited keys of Los Roques. It is connected to Madrisquí Island by a small strip of beach. It has numerous fishing villages, and as is to be expected, the main economic activities are lobster fishing and tourism. […]

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Cayo Noronky

Cayo Noronky is one of the islands that make up the Los Roques archipelago – the largest marine national park in the Caribbean. It is a small, beautiful and uninhabited island which is accessed by boat. Its beaches are some of the most beautiful you will ever see, with lovely white sand, and crystal clear […]

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Dos Mosquises

Dos Mosquises beach is another one of the islands of Los Roques Archipelago. It is made up of two keys and is governed by Venezuela. The Dos Mosquises North key is home to a Biology Research Station which was built in 1976 and managed by the Fundación Científica Los Roques. This research facility has a […]

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Cayo Fabian

Cayo Fabian is a tiny island in the Caribbean Sea, three to five kilometers east of the island of Gran Roque, Venezuela. Geographically, it lies southeast of the archipelago and is included in the Lesser Antilles; administratively it is part of Miranda Territory, a subdivision of the Federal Dependencies of Venezuela. It is only about […]

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Cayo Francisqui in Los Roques

Cayo Francisqui is a collection of mainly three coral reef islands located at the North side of Venezuela in the Caribbean sea. It belongs to the Los Roques national park. The islands are: Francisqui de Abajo, Francisqui de Arriba and Middle Francisqui. Cayo Francisqui is very close to Gran Roque – the main island of […]

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Cayo Crasqui

Cayo Crasqui is an island of the Los Roques national park of Venezuela. The island is located in the South Eastern part of the Caribbean. It is quite near to the Gran Roque island. One can come to Gran Roque by air and then visit the Cayo Crasqui by boat. The boat journey takes only […]

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Gran Roque

Gran Roque is the main island of Los Roques with a population of 3,000. The island is from the southeast to the northeast 3.5 kilometers wide and from the southwest to the northwest 990 meters wide. The main island of Gran Roque is the island’s fifth largest island, with an area of 182.2 hectares. The […]

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Cayo de Agua in Los Roques National Park

Cayo de Agua is the name of an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea that belongs geographically to the archipelago Los Roques and administratively is organized as part of the Federal Dependencies, Venezuela, besides being part of the same name National Park and the Single Authority Aerial of Roques, the name of this key ( […]

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Caracas

Santiago de León de Caracas (Caracas) Caracas is the capital of and also the biggest city in Venezuela. It is known to be the cultural and economic center of this beautiful South American country. Interestingly, Caracas is also one of the most expensive cities to live in worldwide. The flights from Caracas to Los Roques […]

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