Welcome to Parque Nacional Mochima
Straddling the states of Anzoátegui and Sucre, Parque Nacional Mochima comprises a low, dry mountain range that drops down to fine bays and beaches, and continues offshore to a mesmerizing constellation of three dozen arid islands. Dolphins are a common sight in the area’s waters. The best beaches are on the islands and accessed by short boat trips from Santa Fe, Mochima or other coastal towns. Coral reefs surround a few of the islands and provide decent snorkeling and scuba diving. Tranquility seekers should visit midweek – at weekends and during summer the park gets lots of visitors from nearby cities. The towns within the park are generally very poor and not particularly safe. Mochima is an exception, though it's lacking appealing posadas.
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