Naiguatá Travel Guide

  • Amanecer en Naiguatá
    Amanecer en Naiguatá
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  • Desfile en Honor al Día de la Juventud
    Desfile en Honor al Día de la Juventud
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  • Vista de Naiguatá desde la Carretera
    Vista de Naiguatá desde la Carretera
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Naiguatá Local Customs

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    by chaman80 Written Jul 30, 2006

    In january 6th is the Reyes Magos. In Carnival is the Entierro de la Sardina. In the Mayor Week is the Vía Cruxis. In May is the Velorios de la Cruz de Mayo. In June is San Antonio, Corpus Christie, San Juan and San Pedro y San Pablo all based in drum. In september is the Virgen de Coromoto party. In october is the San Francisco and San Rafael party. In november is the Veloríos del Niño Jesús. In december is the Santa Bárbara party, christmas, the Santos Inocentes party and the New Year.

    El Diablo Mayor San Juan San Pedro Diablos Danzantes de Naiguat��. Corpus Christie Sardina de Naiguat��
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Naiguatá Favorites

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    by chaman80 Written Jul 30, 2006

    Favorite thing: Naiguatá have the most party in the Venezuela. Only in august don't have any tradicional party. Naiguatá is in front of the Caribbean Sea, in the Vargas State. The Beach is beautifull and the food is fried fish with salad, fish soup and seafood.

    Fondest memory: All tradicional partys of Naiguatá are very fun, couloring and with music acompaniment based in drum.

    Vista de Naiguat�� desde la Carretera Vista del Pueblo y, al frente, el Mar Caribe Diablos Danzantes de Naiguat��. Corpus Christie Toque de Tambores. Mina Encuentro entre San Juan y San Pedro
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    • Beaches

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