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    Sizzling Adventure in Venezuela As our plane from Caracas banked to land on Grand Roques, we could see Antares Dancer riding peacefully at anchor on the clear turquoise water of Los Roques National Park...
    VENEZUELA'S Los Roques Spanning some 850 square miles, with numerous shallows, reefs and some 50 low lying, white sandy cays with fringing mangrove forests, Los Roques Archipelago is a bit of a geological Caribbean oddity.
    The Caribbean's Last Diving Frontier Los Roques is a place time has forgotten and nature has blessed. Technically it's a group of islands (or archipelago), only one of which is inhabited.
    Diving on the Roques Antares III Straight out from the north face of Gran Roque, around the north side of a small cluster of islands known as Los Roques, is one of the most surprising dive sites I have seen in the Caribbean.