Viventura Announces More Adventurous Tours to Two of its Popular Locations

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The launch of Viventura’s Active Tours to Patagonia and Venezuela will take visitors to the sky, mountains and seas in exploring the country like a local.

Angel Falls

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Fly over Angel Falls, the world’s largest waterfall. Meet the indigenous Kavak tribe and get to know their village before exploring the hidden Kavak Cave Waterfall.

Viventura is upping the adventure level on two of its popular South America tours for bolder travelers by launching its Active Tours to Venezuela and Patagonia. Some of the tours’ highlights include trekking through waterfalls, taking a Patagonian glacier boat ride and touring Venezuela’s hidden Kavak Cave, Viventura’s representatives announced today.

Viventura tours are lead by South American guides who love the country and are highly knowledgeable about local culture. Viventura's Active tours provide the same local insight into the country as its classic tours but place the focus on getting more physically involved.

“Viventura Active Tours are faster-paced than the classic tours and typically include more adventurous activities such as hiking, biking, rafting, camping and diving. Travelers will still see the popular highlights of these fantastic regions but the tours have a bigger focus on nature and exploring the topography of the region,” said Andre Kiwitz CEO of Viventura.

The first active tour consists of 12 days of exploring Argentina and Chile by mountain, sky and sea. An addition to the current portfolio of Patagonia Holidays.

Begin by experiencing the exciting city of Buenos Aires, the home of the tango and renown for its Argentinean steak and wine. Take a hike and catch a beautiful Patagonian sunset. Later embark on a challenging trek to Torres del Paine before being rewarded with a leisurely walk along the Ascencio River to Refugio El Chileno. This trek delivers mountain, forest, river and waterfall views before travelers experience the majesty of a giant glacier. Then experience the full wonder of these giants during a glacier boat ride.

To see the full itinerary of Viventura’s Patagonia tour Mountains and Glaciers visit:

Short on time but still craving adventure? Viventura’s newest addition to their Venezuela escorted tours is just 7 days but packs a thrill with a tour of the colorful city of Caracas, a flight over Angel Falls and onto Canaima Lagoon and Sapo Falls followed by a tour of the hidden Kavak Cave.

First you’ll take in city life and see some of the most significant sites of Caracas before flying into the jungles of the Canaima National Park. Visit the lively Plaza Bolivar, the Bolivar Museum, Basilica de Santa Teresa, and the National Theater before experiencing a breathtaking high rising cable ride to the summit of the Avila Peak. There stunning views of the city will unfurl for travelers craving that one of a kind photo opportunity.

Later marvel in a tour ride in a native wooden canoe along the red waters of Canaima Lagoon, take a dip in its fresh waters or just lounge on its pink sand beaches.

Fly over Angel Falls, the world’s largest waterfall. Meet the indigenous Kavak tribe and get to know their village before exploring the hidden Kavak Cave Waterfall. Take a short jungle walk in search of Sapo and Little Sapo Falls. Delight in Canaima’s diverse topography that features soaring mountains, savannas, rivers, lakes, forests.

To see the full itinerary of Viventura’s Venezuela tour of Canaima National Park visit:

About Viventura

Founded in Germany in 2001 Viventura provides high quality South America travel experiences to more than 2,000 travelers a year. Its signature Learn from a Local program allows travelers to try an experience that is specific to the region they are visiting. Catering to travelers wanting a mix of activities and destinations Viventura tours highlight some of the best tourist attractions as well as some of the lesser known, more cultural experiences. Visit to book a South America tour.

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