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El Tigre is about 210 miles southeast of Caracas, the country's capital.
If you hear the great outdoors calling, do as the locals do and try your hand at mountain climbing and hiking.
It's impossible to argue with your spouse after spending the day shore fishing. Picnicking is another pleasant way to kick back and relax in the region.
While you're moving through Orinoco River Basin, why not really push yourself and sign up for a bit of paragliding?
For those who love the water, this is a great place for you. Swimming is popular with the locals, and so is snorkeling.
Not all activities rely on good weather. When the rain starts pelting down, spend the day indoors at the art museums, history museums and art galleries of Orinoco River Basin.
For something out in the open air that everyone is sure to love, stop by the region's gardens.
Combine education and fun when you see the region's historic sites. In particular, you should try and check out some of its old towns.
No matter what your faith, you are sure to find something of interest upon entering the churches and cathedrals of Orinoco River Basin.
To truly embrace the soul of Orinoco River Basin, you'll need to surround yourself with its unique aromas and tastes.
Of the many different ingredients you'll uncover during your dining expedition, yams and cheese are among the most important.
Your vacation wouldn't be complete if you didn't have a taste of reina pepiada (chicken avocado salad tortilla) and reina domino (cheese and bean tortilla).
No meal is complete until you've had something sweet. Quesillo (caramel flan) will definitely do the trick.
Satisfy your thirst with a pint of cold, crisp beer. Regional is up there with the best.
If you'd like an alcohol-free option, have a café de la maquina (machine-made coffee).
Would you like to sample a regional spirit? If so, have a few sips of caballito frenado.
One of the most genuine gestures you can present to the locals is to take the trouble to memorize a few common words and phrases in their language. ¿Querría bailar conmigo? translates to would you like to dance. There's also ¡Salud, which is used to say cheers/good health.
The 5th of July is the day of the year when the whole country will mark Independence Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities going on if you happen to be here at that time.
We all wish our vacations could go on forever. However, you'll have to bid "Adiós" to El Tigre at some point. At least once you get back home you'll have plenty of incredible stories to tell!
When you're ready to get your flight, it's good to know that the handiest airport is roughly 220 miles northwest.