Venezuela is the kind of place you want to move to, whether to escape the cold, harsh weather, the overpopulated cities of the US, the non-stop working hours and the stress of it. My International Movers is going to take you on a tour of this wonderful country in this article, and show you ways of getting there using our help.
International Moving Company to Venezuela
Many of our previous customers have nothing but kind words for this place, wishing they had made the move earlier. To move out of the state, you are going to need a long list of things, but mainly a moving company you can trust. My international Movers has years of experience in this kind of transportation, and our goal is your satisfaction. That is why, apart from providing transportation services, such as air and ocean freight, we make sure your move is thoroughly planned out, and that you have enough moving boxes and assistance with packing. Depending on the size of your cargo, our experts can give you advice on which services are better to use, without hidden costs. There is no company out there that can operate at the level of professionalism we maintain here.
Next on our agenda is to show you why you should be moving to Venezuela as of tomorrow:
Venezuelan weather is unlike anything in the world. It is said that summer is every day, regardless of the time of the year. The only distinction they are making is the hot wet season, with a lot of rainfall, and hot dry season. Although there are different climate exceptions depending on the elevation or desert like soil, much of the country is very tropical and sun and rain are alternating constantly. The precipitation level is lower in the period from November to April and later in the year from August to October. Here are some number to showcase this: In the tropical zone, below 2,625 ft, temperatures are hot, with yearly averages ranging between 78.8 and 82.4 °F. The temperate zone ranges between 2,625 and 6,562 ft with averages from 53.6 to 77.0 °F.
One of 17 megadiverse countries, Venezuela’s habitats range from the Andes Mountains in the west to the Amazon Basin rainforest in the south, via extensive ‘llanos’ plains and Caribbean coast in the center and the Orinoco River Delta in the east. Due to this megadiversity, there are up to 10 different climates within the borders of Venezuela. There is tropical monsoon, tropical rainforest, tropical savannah, hot desert climate and a handful of continental ‘highland’ climates, even the Alpine Glacier climate. This naturally causes a range of species, and in Venezuela’s case, many of them endemic. The biodiversity here is ranked among top 10 countries in the world.
Venezuela is located in the north of South America, geologically, its mainland rests on the South American Plate. Venezuela is a federal republic, whose capital city is Caracas.
Shaped roughly like a triangle, the country has a 1,700 mi coastline in the north, which includes numerous islands in the Caribbean, and in the northeast borders the northern Atlantic Ocean. It borders with Colombia on the west, Brazil on the south, Guyana on the east, and the islands of Trinidad and Tobago to the north-east. The country’s center is characterized by the ‘llanos’, which are extensive plains that stretch from the Colombian border in the far west to the Orinoco River delta in the east. The Orinoco, with its rich alluvial soils, binds the largest and most important river system of the country. In the southeast, Guiana Highlands contain the northern fringes of the Amazon Basin and Angel Falls, the world’s highest waterfall.
Since the discovery of oil in the early 20th century, Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserves and has been one of the world’s leading exporters of oil.
Here are some of the most interesting facts about Venezuela:
- Baseball is Venezuela’s most popular sport and there has been a professional league since 1945
- Because the government subsidizes the oil industry, Venezuelans enjoy the cheapest petrol in the world (about $0.01 per litter).
- Maybe it’s because of its multiracialism that they say Venezuelan women are the most beautiful in the world. These beauty queens have won the Miss Universe title 7 times.
- The world’s tallest uninterrupted waterfall, Angel Falls, has a height of 3,212 feet which is about 15 times taller than the Niagara Falls.
Are you ready to move to Venezuela? If so, contact My International Movers and schedule your international moving day!