Venezuelan Adventure Made Safer with Travel Insurance

Venezuela is home to the world’s highest waterfall, Angel Falls and the second longest river in South America, the Orinoco. It also has the longest coastline to the Caribbean sea. Sounds exciting? Well in-between your hiking, trekking, rafting, and diving adventures, please be sure to purchase a good travel insurance package to protect your precious holiday!

As outdoor activities will quickly make you hungry, don’t hesitate to try out Venezuelan exotic and delectable dishes. Arepas, thick corn tortillas which are split and stuffed with myriad fillings, are the quintessential Venezuelan dish.. Cachapas (corn pancakes often topped with a salty cheese called “telita” or “queso de mano”), empanadas (savory pastries) and the ubiquitous “perros calientes” (hot dogs) are popular street food. For slow food, try delicious fish meals, or a shrimp soup known as “cazuela de mariscos”. Remember however, if your stomach does not generally agree with foreign dishes, perhaps it will be wiser to purchase a medical cover in your travel insurance package. Thus you will be able to get the best treatment in case of food poisoning!

Whatever you do in Venezuela, dancing in carnivals or revelling in its nightlife scenes, try to be alert and look after your valuables carefully. Though you might be already protected by reliable travel insurance, claiming for loss-of-valuables redemption might be a little bit troublesome. Hence it will be always best to try avoid any misfortune.

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