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Scuba diving in Venezuela

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Diving in Venezuela

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Vaccinations

Some airlines ask passengers to show a valid Yellow fever vaccination certificate before flying to Venezuela. This is not an official entry requirement, however the CDC Yellow fever vaccination recommendation is "for all travellers over 9 months of age travelling to Venezuela, except the northern coastal area. The cities of Caracas and Valencia are not in the endemic zone." A valid measles vaccination certificate may be required to board flights out of the country following a nationwide immunisation program in 2006, but foreign tourists are usually exempted. [Source: Wikitravel]

When to go

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Where to dive

What to see

Language:
Spanish
Currency:
Bolivar Fuerte
Time:
GMT -4
Climate:
Tropical; hot, humid; more moderate in highlands
Natural hazards:
Subject to floods, rockslides, mudslides, occasional droughts
Diving season:
Year round
Water temperature:
26C/78F (Jan-March)
28C/82F (July-Sept)
Air temperature:
30C/86F

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