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Venezuela certainly offers much to the adventurous outdoorsy expatriates who like to explore nature. Its landscape is diverse and renown for its extraordinary natural blend of the tropical Amazon basin, the Great Plains, the grasslands and the awe-inspiring Andes mountain range. Venezuelan cities also generally provide the visiting urbanite access to all of his or her wants or needs including trendy cafes and clubs, fine restaurants, well stocked shopping malls, nice green spaces and cinemas. Unfortunately, however, Venezuela is currently not the safest option for the western expat, particularly in Caracas, Maracaibo and near the Colombian border. Dangers include armed robbery, kidnapping and carjacking. Also, while a number of locals are able to speak basic English (particularly in the urban areas), visiting internationals are encouraged to learn a bit of Spanish before relocating. This will make navigating throughout the country, shopping and doing business much easier.

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in Venezuela

expatarrivals-venezuela     venezuela-today     expatwoman-venezuela    expatfocus–venezuela  

everyculture-venezuela     internations-venezuela     numbeo-venezuela     kwintessential-venezuela

Cost of Living

Cost of living

Residing in Venezuala is not bad on a budget. Indeed, according to’s July 2016 report, the cost of living in Venezuela is dramatically lower than the international average. This becomes apparent when one purchases any number of goods and services such as healthcare, transport, furniture, appliances, clothing, Internet rates, groceries, alcohol, restaurant meals and retail recreation. That said, housing accommodations are pricey. Still, assuming the western expatriate teacher is able to negotiate a fair remuneration from his or her international school employer, he or she will be able to not only live very comfortably, but will save a fair amount of money as well.

Satisfying sites on cost of living in Venezuela

xpatulator-caracas     numbeo-caracas     numbeo-venezuela    expatistan-caracas

globalpropertyguide-venezuela      nationmaster-venezuela



Venezuela is a country that sits just north of the Equator which means that the climate does not vary much throughout the year. The temperatures are around 26 – 28 degrees Celsius. The biggest temperature changes can be seen in the mountain regions where they can drop to as little as 9 degrees Celsius. Venezuela has a rainy season which runs from May to December which is followed by a dry season from December to April. The coolest months are January and February, though as previously mentioned the temperature only drops a few degrees. July and August are the warmest months.

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Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office         US State Department       BBC World News         Al Jazeera