Morrocoy in Falcon, northwest Venezuela is a national park that covers up an area of 32 000 acres and is rich in biodiversity and beauty.
In Morrocoy, some of the most amazing flora and fauna species can be found – flamingoes, pelicans, dolphins, whales, turtles, foxes, cactuses and mangroves are just very few to mention. The superb beaches in Morrocoy make it a perfect tourism destination to those who are keen on water-sports, for example, diving. Cayo Sombrero, Aleman cay, Mero Beach and Ios Juanes are just a small part of the long list of beaches in Morrocoy. The national park is accessible from Puerto Cabello in Moron.