Venezuela is located at the North of South America, between the North Latitude 0°38' and 12°13' and the West Longitude 59°47' and 73°25'. It is boarded at the North by the Caribbean Sea and at the East side by the Atlantic Ocean. It has frontiers on East with Guyana, on South with Brazil and on West with Colombia. The country is 916.490 km wide ...
The weather is tropical for the major part of the country. the average temperature is around 27 degrees Celsius. however, there is some difference from one state to another: for example, at the top of the certain mountains close to Mérida the snow is present almost all year long, while the plains and the coast are always warm. In some areas situated between 1,000 to 2,000 meters high the weather is temperate, with temperatures between 16° and 23°C.
The raining season is from June to November. the rainy provinces are located at the South of the Lake of Maracaibo, in Guyana, in the Amazon state and in the Orinoco Delta. The driest counties are the Falcon coast, the Guarico plains, Lara, Anzoategui, Monagas and Margarita Island
Venezuela is a country of striking natural beauty and dramatic contrasts: the snowcapped peaks of the Andes in the west; steamy Amazonian jungles in the south; the hauntingly beautiful Gran Sabana plateau, with its strange flat-topped mountains, in the east; and 3000km (1860mi) of white-sand beaches fringed with coconut palms lining the Caribbean coast. South America's largest lake, Lake Maracaibo, and third-longest river, the Orinoco, are also here, and the country boasts the world's highest waterfall, Angel Falls. It is also home to a wide variety of exotic plants and animals, including the jaguar, ocelot, tapir, armadillo, anteater, and the longest snake in the world, the anaconda.