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  • The longest coastline in the Caribbean
  • Enjoy Los Roques and Isla Margarita
  • Lots more islets and cays to explore
Venezuela is one of the places in the world with the best diving potential, however decades of unrest have kept masses of visitors away from this fascinating country between the Caribbean and South America. With the longest coastline in the Caribbean, there are countless opportunities for scuba diving in Venezuela - but the two main scuba hotspots in Venezuela are definitely Los Roques and Isla Margarita. Los Roques is a paradise archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, more than 50 islands forming a ring around a central lagoon. Diving in Los Roques includes the site known as La Pierda de la Guasa near Gran Roque, an underwater pinnacle where you may spot tuna and mackerel, and the remote Cayo de Agua at the west of the archipelago, where you can dive with whale sharks and dolphins between November and February. Isla Margarita may not look as pristine as Los Roques but it's home to pretty good diving for all levels, and off its northeast coast you'll find Los Frailes Island, a popular scuba day trip from Isla Margarita. There are also several dive sites off Venezuela's mainland - so why not charter a yacht and explore them all? Keep browsing our listings, grab your mask and get ready to dive Venezuela!

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