|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 17% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||April||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 1502||Average for round-trip flights in March 2020|
|Round-trip from||C$ 822||From Toronto to Caracas|
YTO - CCS
C$ 1030 - C$ 2815
30 - 33 °C
15 - 71 mm
From hiking in the Andes or swimming in the Caribbean, to canoeing the Orinoco River and standing among the skyscrapers of Caracas, Venezuela offers options for any type of traveller. Travellers booking flights to Venezuela will have an abundance of things to do.
Head to the Isla de Margarita for some beach time, or go fishing or scuba diving in Los Roques. Adventuresome travelers booking flights to Venezuela can’t go wrong in the Andes, and nature lovers should not miss Los Llanos. Venezuela is also packed full of family activity on Isla de Margarita. Grab the family and book Venezuela flights for all at one of the cities all-inclusive resorts.
Venezuela has a little bit of everything that Latin America has to offer, with the addition of thousands of miles of Caribbean coastline. The constantly pleasant temperature that makes it easy to book a flight to Venezuela all year round.
Venezuela’s 3,218 kilometres of coastline enjoy tropical conditions year round. The temperature averages 25 C and it rains often, especially between June and November. It’s extremely hot and humid in the southern and central parts of the country, where you’ll see lots of rain. It gets colder the higher you climb in the Andes Mountains.
Tourists booking flights to Venezuela should plan ahead. Venezuela flights and hotel rooms book up fast during the summer months and prices can get expensive.
The best time to visit is between January and April. For Angel Falls at its most spectacular, visit during the rainy season (from May to November).
Several commuter airlines link Venezuela flights including Aeropostal (Alas de Venezuela), Aero Ejecutivos and Sol America. Bus lines such as Aeroexpresos Ejecutivos, Expresos Los Llanos and Rodovías offer decent services throughout the country.
Unsurprisingly for an oil-producing nation, petrol is cheap in Venezuela, making car rental a good option for travellers. All the major, international car-rental companies are represented at airports.
The following chart gives approximate journey times from Caracas (in hours and minutes) to other major cities and towns in Venezuela.