Maria Isabel Antoniello

Porlamar, Venezuela

Mitglied seit May 2008

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Maria Isabel Antoniello

Porlamar, Venezuela

Über unsere Gastfamilie

Room available in Venezuelan, Native Spanish speaking family home for International students over 19 years of age studying Spanish . Minimum stay is 7 days. You will speak lots of Spanish here and learn commonly used idioms as well as an opportunity to learn about the Venezuelan culture. When my students leave they have greatly improved their Spanish speaking skills and often recommend my homestay to their friends! I am an English teacher and working out of my house. This allows me to be home most of the time if you need help or have questions.

Mitglied seit May 2008

Ausstattung :

Beinhaltet Mahlzeiten No Meals No

Erlaubt Raucher? No Smoking No

Kabelloses Internet?

Haustier zu Hause? No Pets No

Am Flughafen abholen? Yes Pickup Yes

Präferenz :

High School student,university student or tourist who wants to learn spanish.

Familienmitglied :

Husband,wife and two daughters

Lokale Informationen :

As with most Caribbean islands, the white-sand beaches of Isla Margarita are a main attraction for tourists. Playa El Agua is perhaps the more popular beach destination, due to the light surf conditions and ample selection of restaurants and shops.

Isla Margarita also contains La Restinga National Park, which offers boat tours that wind through the marshland, as well as key areas for bird watching and seashell combing. The beaches that surround the area are well-known for their considerable supply of seashells. What are things like on Margarita Island?

Isla Margarita is peaceful and calm and always has been. The Margariteños love foreign tourists from all parts of the world and are very helpful and friendly. The news reports of any political demonstrations are from mainland Venezuela (mainly Caracas) and do not affect Margarita Island. The Caracas airport is far removed from downtown Caracas and travelers through there will experience no problems.
How do I get to Margarita Island?

Depending on where you live the easiest way is to find out if there are any direct charter flights and then book "AIR ONLY". For example there are direct flights from Amsterdam, Germany, London, Toronto, Montreal and from some US cities in the winter however these flights change frequently. Check the travel ads in your local paper and see if anyone is advertising Margarita Island as a destination. If they are, there is bound to be a charter flight.

There are direct flights from Air Transat & CanJet from Montreal & Toronto, Condor from Germany & Travel Service from Prague.

The alternative is to book a regular flight to Caracas and then from there to Isla Margarita (Porlamar) on any of the many daily 35 minute shuttle flights.

There is a super new water park near Playa Parguito / Playa El Agua called Parque El Agua full of toboggan rides and other water related activities. Cost ranges under $20 per day with small children at half price.
Diverland is located just outside Porlamar and has various rides including a Ferris wheel and roller coaster. They also have dolphins and seals.
There are also numerous tours available to Los Roques National Marine Park, Canaima (Angel Falls), Los Frailes (Islands off the north shore of the Island), jungle tours, round the island tours and many others.
You can also spend the day with scuba diving, PADI dive courses or snorkeling, horseback riding, deep sea fishing, Bareboat Sailing, sailboat rentals, sailing courses, flotillas, wind surfing, catamaran drinking tours, hiking, bird watching, etc., etc.


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