Mochima National Park, North-Eastern Region

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Explore Mochima National Park, a protected area that encompasses the Gulf of Santa Fe and Mochima Bay. Established in 1973 and named after the nearby town, the park is dedicated to protecting the Caribbean coastline and surrounding forests. Visit the park's picturesque beaches to swim, snorkel, try local delicacies, or take a boat out to explore a string of small islands. While swimming or scuba diving you might see several species of dolphins and whales. Use our Guanta road trip planning tool to visit Mochima National Park on your trip to Guanta, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • lovely national park in the archipelago of the atlantic coast line of Venezuela. The main attraction here is of course the Dolphins. but other birds are also worth looking out for.  more »
  • Mochima National park is one of the most beautiful places I have visited. Once you take a boat to one of the small islands, you find yourself in paradise. Beautiful turquoise water, white sand...  more »

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