The archipelago of Los Roques, with its many islands and shoals, is ideal for sailing. In addition to the main island of Gran Roque, some of the fantastic islands of the archipelago have controlled access, such as the tortoise breeding station in Dos Mosquieses. Off-season visitors can watch dolphins and colorful fish in the crystal clear waters and can scroll through many deserted beaches. The navigation route can have as a starting point Los Roques or Caraballeda marina in Caracas. Anyone planning a boat trip for a few days can also visit other Caribbean islands nearby Los Roques. This includes the Venezuelan island of Tortuga, the Archipelago of Las Aves and Bonaire, which are great places to practice Los Roques kitesurf, diving and fly fishing. The latter island belongs to the Netherlands Antilles and along with Los Roques is also one of the most famous diving spots in the Caribbean. Moreover, it is possible to offer tours along the coast of Venezuela, which is very diverse and has many beaches with small towns crusted on the coast.
Sailboats in Los Roques
Los Roques Sailboats taking visitors through the archipelago and they are very well equipped. Starting with the kitchen, which is where small snacks at lunch and dinner meals are prepared, fresh ingredients from the sea are always used. Beverages and perishable foods can be kept cold in the refrigerator. To entertain the passengers, there is a TV with music system, and the guest can spend hours so pleasant on board as well as make small parties.
Everything has been thought in a sailing trip through the beautiful archipelago of Los Roques. Besides enjoying a night in one of the comfortable cabins with private bathrooms, a full service is also offered on board, so you can focus completely on the Caribbean natural beauty and fun provided during the sailboat rides. On board, passengers have full service; meals are prepared by an experienced chef who uses fish, fresh seafood and vegetables in the preparation of dishes. If there are special dietary needs, such as vegetarian or kosher food, that can be done in most cases by prior arrangement. Depending on the cruise, no extra cost will be charged for local spirits such as rum and beer. Towels, coolers, umbrellas and sun beds on board can also be used on the beach for free.