Laguna de Ologa, South of Lake Maracaibo. Venezuela

AIRVŪZ STAFF NOTE :

Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo isn't technically a lake; it's actually an inlet of the Caribbean Sea, although it's believed that at one point it was fully closed-off from the sea.  Known in part for the density of lightning strikes, it covers a massive 13k+ square km (around 5.1k square mi.) and is one of the key geographical features of this South American country.  In this drone video by dronemaracaibo, you'll get a nice aerial view of one of the lagoons which are situated on the western side of Maracaibo.  

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    Mike Israel

    Mike Israel is the founder, President and CEO of AirVuz, LLC. He is an avid drone enthusiast and RC pilot. He is also an enthusiast of geography and history, and loves writing about all of the amazing places where AirVuz community members fly.

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