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When renting a car, you are free to drive wherever you want as long as you keep to the local traffic rules which can be different that you are used to. Always keep to the maximum speed limit and be a responsible driver. Watch out if you want to cross the border into another country as there might be restrictions and/or extra fee's to be paid. If you want to take the car on a ferry, please always check with the local car rental agent if this is allowed as not all car rental companies allow it or extra fees might be applicable.Car Rental Insurance
Most of the rental cars have a standard Collision Damage Waiver/Loss Damage Waiver with excess included in the rental price, this insurance covers damage to the rental car up until a certain amount. The excess amount will be blocked on the main driver's credit card and will be unblocked on the save return of the car. Rentalcargroup.com offers full protection insurance from Allianz and AXA for a complete peace of mind.Sightseeing with my rental car in Venezuela
Renting a car is a good way to go sightseeing, especially if there is a lot of distance in between the different sightseeing sites. This way you don’t depend on any buses or trains and you will be able to move around in the time schedule that you wish. This will give you more time to enjoy a scenery or simply pass more time in one place.Cross border with the rented car
Please note that if you intend to travel across country or state borders, restrictions may apply. Such cross-border charges may be applied at the rental desk.Car rental travels with babies or kids
Most car rental offer a baby or child seat/booster when traveling with babies or kids. You can find out if they do and how much the extra fee is. It is described in the detailed rental terms. Be advised that baby or child seat/boosters are subject to availability of the car rental company.
With a unique triangle like shape, Venezuela stands out as a bio diverse tropical country. The Spanish American colony is inhabited by racial mixtures of Mestizos, whites, blacks and the indigenous communities featuring the Amerindians. Venezuela is a federation of 23 states and a capital district. It also includes its offshore Islands. Caracas is its capital city and Spanish is the official language used in communication. Its geography features the Amazon Basin rainforest, the Andes Mountains, Ilanos plains and a Caribbean coast.
Most Venezuelans live in the urban centers. Its capital city Caracas is host to numerous attractions. It is home to historic sites, landmarks, museums, parks and institutions in Venezuela. Any visitor to the district will appreciate the scenic views from the air. The remarkable trip on Teleferico is a great experience for all visitors. You get the best view of Caracas beauty in a cable ride. The city has serene locations within beautiful parks where you can relax. For a cultural treat in the town, visit the Teatro Teresa Careno, and the National Art Gallery. Children will have a wonderful time in amusement parks and the Museo de los Nino for kids. The Paseo de los Proceres is a landmark with a great environment for jogging, bikers, and sightseeing. Another significant landmark is the plaza de Altamira.
The Guiana Highlands of Venezuela in the south east has table like mountains. Within its surroundings you find spectacular sights of waterfalls-among these the worlds highest water falls; the Angel Falls. It also hosts the Kaieteur Falls and Kuquenan Falls. On location you find sandstones, conglomerates, quartzites, shales and gabbros. This is also host to thousands of animal and bird species.
Within its terrain is the popular Amazonian rainforest. Venezulean parks in the landscape include the Canaima, Kaieteur, Parima-Tapirapeco and Neblina National parks. This forest has a combination of wild trees, hanging plants, tropical fruit trees and thousands of plants. Eco- tourists can’t exhaust the natural beauty in the Amazon rainforest. It has all the colorful wild flowers you can imagine. Its animal species varies in tens of thousands while there are over 1500 bird species in the forest. Its river basin has lover 2200 fish species and an amazing variety of insects including the colorful butterflies.
If you are touring Venezuela, get all the basic details about its climatic changes. This will ensure that you travel to the right spots in the best season. Most tourists will avoid the rainforest region between June and September. This is due to the flooding river basin. When you want to fully explore this region, car rental should be your first option. You can use car hire services to tour the Andes mountain ranges. Still, you would need to dress in warm clothing since this is a cold area. There are other modes of transport such as taxi, but they could be inconvenient. Therefore car hire remains the best option. You could also get cheap car hire if you are operating on a fixed budget.
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