*Rio Caribe was founded by the Spanish conquistador Diego Brito de Narrabe in 1715 and is considered a vital part of the cultural heritage of Venezuela. Today Rio Caribe is a charming fisherman village, and is used by tourists as the central point from which to explore the stunning natural scenery of the National Park of Paria and the amazing beaches for which the state of Sucre is famous. *
There are many old houses in the village and it does not have high buildings , the port in alive with a fish market daily, this is as close as you get to the real thing. The village has it’s own beach, but most people use the neighbor beached even though its very nice, on the plaza there is a church dating from mid 1700.