• Air

Asides from Puerto Ayacucho airport, with regular commercial flights, there are airfields at Cacurí, la Esmeralda, Ocamo, Kamariapó, San Juan de Manapiare, Santa Bárbara, Yaví, Yutajé and San Carlos de Río Negro.

  • Water

Traditionally, the most common form of transportation has been by water. The state’s waterway axis is characterized by draught differences between the rainy and the dry seasons. From an approximate total of 1.976 km of the main waterways, 417 km (21%) are navigable all year round –the streches of Puerto Samariapo,

  • San Fernando de Atabapo and Victorino, San Carlos de Río Negro, Cocuy; the remaining 1.559 km are difficult to navigate during the dry season –the strech between the Orinoco and San Fernando de Atabapo and Platanal; the rivers Ventuari, Manapiare and Brazo Casiquiare. The main port, with regular transit to Ciudad Bolívar and Ciudad Guayana, is Puerto Ayacucho.

  • Terrestres
  • The existing viability is just 643,4 km of roads, of which 33,63% are paved.

    The most important routes are:
  • Highway No. 2, that traverses the territory of Ciudad Bolívar - Caicara.
  • Urban roads to Puerto Ayacucho continuing on to Samariapo;
  • The road from Caicara and Sabana Cardona, past the foot of Guanay mountains to San Juan de Manapiare.

The rest of the routes are precarious (Yavita-Pimichín-Maroa; San Carlos-Solano) and short-spanned.