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Situated on the northern coast of South America, Venezuela is a Spanish speaking country that uses the Venezuelan bolivar as its currency.
During your stay you should look out for ancient rock art, the Cordillera de Merida, Angel Falls, the Gran Sabana plains, and a wide range of outdoor adventure sports.
If you plan on visiting, make sure that you have a valid visa and that you get vaccinations against typhoid, yellow fever and malaria before arriving.
This guide also has advice on cultural issues such as how to greet the local people in different situations and when to haggle for goods, as well as a list of foods to try and some Spanish to learn before you arrive.
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