The Orinoco river delta is located in the state of Delta Amacuro in Venezuela. It was decreed a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2009. Rivers and labyrinths of narrow canals flow through marsh forests, forming small islands and sandbanks. This accessible but yet still virgin area of the Orinoco delta is sparsely populated. The indigenous people of the Warao tribe still live in traditional huts on stilts along the banks, called Palafitos.
It´s not only the camps that attract nature oriented travellers but also the beauty of this rich ecosystem with its great variety of wildlife and exuberant vegetation. We offer our visitors the opportunity to experience every aspect of this spectacular nature reserve. We hold a small share of the “Orinoco Queen” camp to guarantee quality service. This is perhaps the smallest camp in the Orinoco delta with only five cabins, thus ensuring small groups with personal attention.