Venezuela Nightlife

  • Nightlife in Ciudad Bolívar
    Nightlife in Ciudad Bolívar
    by Fakfak
  • sun set on the Orinoco river
    sun set on the Orinoco river
    by Warao
  • Catching fresh water shrimp
    Catching fresh water shrimp
    by Warao

Venezuela Nightlife

  • Drinks with friends

    A relaxed bar on the edge of the beach, this is where people generally head for pre-night-out-drinks and snacks. It is a great location, since it is close to a lot of nightlife spots (like 'Orchila'). Bottles of rum go for around 550-650 BsF, and are the drink of choice (poured over ice with maybe some Cola or soda for color). With ice and soda...

  • Dancing of All Kinds!

    Recommended for dancers of all kinds: salsa, merengue, or house tunes! An amazing 'discoteca' and sprawling beach-front club; it's $50 BsF for entrance, and you can wander freely between the collection of various bars, stages, and dance floors. Each one boasts different music and crowds. It's predominately open-air, and many of the lounge areas...

  • Fishing for shrimp in the Orinoco delta...

    Go down to the river after dark. You need to mix up some corn flour and water to make dough balls. Place one in the palm of your hand and cup your fingers around it. Submerge your hand and arm into the river as deep as possible. Soon the shrimp will come to feed on the dough ball. You hope it is only shrimp. At night you might fear putting your arm...

  • Local Nightlife

    At the dunes resort we stayed at the staff were more than willing to take us and invite us to there local beach parties..Basically it was a bunch of people mainly locals and some travelers having a fire right on the beach with drinks and fun..People were so friendly it was never hard to find someone to tell you were to go and they were more than...

  • Out 'till dawn

    Nightlife in Venezuela, specially in the cities, starts around 10p.m. Usually we go someplace quiet at first, we drink some beers, chat a little bit and then, around midnight or 1am we go to our final destination of the night, wherever that might be... to emerge from it no earlier than 4am. Great!!Sometimes, if anyone's hungry after all that, we go...


    I have known most of these girls for over 8 years. Since I left 5 years ago we still can't find plenty of time to "chismear"... What can I say...


    Centro San Ignacio is a Mall. There are plenty of restaurants and clubs to choose from. There is something for every crowd. Some of them: Loft, Massai....In the picture some of my friends and myself "chismeando" at dinner.

  • The Baja Disco in Puerto de la...

    The Baja Disco in Puerto de la Cruz, has the best ambiance in this popular touristic spot...El mejor ambiente en Puerto de la Cruz, es la discoteca Baja...

  • Merida... Beer costs 20p, yes,...

    Merida... Beer costs 20p, yes, 20p a bottle! Very studenty town, and some great bars. Beware the slimy men, although you do tend to get free beer sent to your table if your lucky! As we were all females travelling it was a bit wierd to be out without a man, as there are very few unaccompanied girls who go out. Everybody will also want to teach you...

  • The nightlife in Las Mercedes...

    The nightlife in Las Mercedes is hoppin. There you will find numerous bars and nightclubs to while the hours away into the early morning. This area is probably also one of the safest parts of Caracas at night.

  • One of the things that I did...

    One of the things that I did that I would highly recommend is going paragliding. While there I went 2 times with Guamanchi Expeditions (my pilot was Jose)..... He's been piloting for about 15 years (tandem for about 11)..... And at US$60 / time that's a real bargin..... This is me high above the ground..... Did I mention my fear of heights.. Well...

  • In an island that can...

    In an island that can accomodated arround 500 people how much of a night life that can be...I chose to bring my brother along and have a good old time smoking cigars and drinking beer all night..the local bring a person you like to sleep with and will be the best night life the island can offer.

  • Gradas y La Kucaracha, La Obra

    Gradas y La Kucaracha, La ObraGradas is more like a bar with good music and some dancing. La Kucaracha is a 2 level club with plenty of Dance, Salsa, Reggae, Rock, Techno, etc. Hang out with the locals and make some life long friends. La Obra ( I think that is how you spell it) LIVE MUSIC!!!!

  • The jungle.

    As it gets dark very early in Venezuela (at about 6 pm) there is no nightlife in the sense of dancing and drinking, when you are in the jungle or at the top of Roraima. BUT there is a lot to see and hear: fireflies, frogs, moskitos, birds, ... It's great! Who cares what you wear in the jungle?

  • If you are going to be in...

    If you are going to be in Caracas, I've been told the Casa Blanca is a fine place. But if you're in Canaima, hopefully you'll be able to run into a group like the one below at the Canaima Camp Hotel. Absolutely anything


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