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Informacion Turistica

Destination: Margarita Island
Language: Spanish
Poblacion: 400.000 people



The electric system of the island works with 110 watts in 60 cycles. There are some 220 plugs available, but you should always check at your hotel's front desk.

Running water flows constantly, since a giant pipe comes from the mainland plant. Bottled water, domestic and imported, is available in supermarkets, marts, hotels and restaurants.

Stores are open regularly Monday through Saturday, from 9:30 am to 8 pm. During peak seasons, some big stores stay open until midnight. Bank offices open Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 3:30pm, and on Saturday from 10am to 3pm.

Tourist Information:
Oficina De la Corporación de Turismo de Venezuela
Centro Artesanal Gilberto Manchini
Los Robles (vía Pampatar)
Tel (5895) 62-41-94, (58295) 262-36-38, Fax (58295) 262-43-50

Nothing like a Margariteño to make you feel at home…!
Local citizens are social by nature.
There is a police force which guards the security of the area. However, you know you shouldn't leave your personal belongings unattended.

The official currency in Venezuela is the Bolivar, but American Dollars are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, shops and tourist facilities. You can also use your travel checks and ATM cards (to withdraw money from the machines). There are many money exchange offices and several banks offer the conversion system as well.

Credit Cards:
All major credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diner's Club) are accepted widely in hotels, restaurants and stores. You will be asked to show a picture ID when purchasing with them, so remember to carry it with you.
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