Dear client – I am sure that you have been following events of late here in Venezuela. In case of my message being misconstrued in anyway by the authorities here I would advise that you visit the Travel Warnings recently published, especially by the English and American Governments.

So with your best interests in mind we are reluctantly suspending operations for the foreseeable future – at least for the next few months.

I have a heavy heart, it is a sad day, and there are a lot of people that rely on our support, especially the indigenous folks of the Orinoco and Canaima. For this reason we will be concentrating on our not for profits that will continue to operate and help them. For more information visit us on and If you would like to help either of them with a small donation we would be very grateful – of course they too!

If you would like to make contact with us in anyway shape or form we would be happy put your email on record and contact you when things become a little more stable here politically.


We feel that you are fully aware of the situation here in Venezuela and would be happy to continue speaking with you about local tours. Some may be more difficult than others logistically but we and our providers would be happy to receive you.

Angel-Eco Tours

Leave Behind More Than Just Footprints Contribute To A Legacy of Preservation And Conservation

Angel-Eco Tours’ motto is built on the foundations of the International Ecotourism Societies’ model of true sustainable and ecotourism principles.

We really believe in helping the communities that we visit and have been involved in the set up of two not for profits and in order to do our part.

So many of our trips – whether long or short programs, have provided something to help the communities of Canaima National Park especially, as well as the Amazonas. In fact, folks often help us to assist the indigenous folks even without visiting. I think that is a credit to the work we do.

A message from Paul Graham Stanley the President of Angel-Eco Tours.


Experience Venezuela

Experience the Bio-diversity of Venezuela

Few destinations on earth can boast the geographic and cultural diversity of Venezuela. On your adventure vacation with Angel-Eco Tours, your senses will be flooded with the sights and sounds of unspoiled natural wonders, from Angel Falls and vast rainforests to glorious beaches and crystal blue waters of secluded Caribbean islands.

Whether you are interested in hiking, trekking, kayaking, wildlife photography, bird watching, scuba diving or meeting Venezuela’s native peoples, Angel-Eco Tours can make your adventure dream a reality.

Experience the cultural diversity of Venezuela

Venezuela has a rich cultural heritage, which boasts no fewer than 31 Indigenous tribes. The Pemón of Canaima National Park, the Warao of Delta Orinoco and the Piaroa of the Amazonas – just but a few of the indigenous communities that one can visit with your hosts at Angel-Eco Tours.

Of course there is more to the Venezuelan culture than just the indigenous tribes, the many different peoples that have made it home have had their influence on Venezuela. It has its own distinctive architecture, art, literature and music.

The country’s music combines Spanish, African and native rhythms. The national dance is the joropo, which features vocals, guitars, maracas and harp. Along the coast there is a strong African influence where the locals dance the sensual tambora to powerful drum rhythms and in Zulia state “gaita” is the popular style. You could experience it all with Angel-Eco Tours.

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