A traditional fishing village in lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. The country gets an estimated 36,000 U.S. tourists a year, but new visa restrictions will have an impact.
A traditional fishing village in lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. The country gets an estimated 36,000 U.S. tourists a year, but new visa restrictions will have an impact. Jim Wyss Miami Herald staff
A traditional fishing village in lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. The country gets an estimated 36,000 U.S. tourists a year, but new visa restrictions will have an impact. Jim Wyss Miami Herald staff

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March 11, 2015 7:06 PM

New Venezuelan visa rules are leaving travelers confused, stranded

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