Lake Maracaibo (Spanish: Lago de Maracaibo) is a large brackish bay in
Venezuela. It is connected to the Gulf of Venezuela by Tablazo Strait which is 5.5
Mar 11, 2015 ... Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo sees more lightning than anywhere else on earth.
Our writer gets a ringside seat to watch the action.
Jun 16, 2016 ... Lake Maracaibo, Spanish Lago de Maracaibo, large inlet of the Caribbean Sea,
lying in the Maracaibo Basin of northwestern Venezuela.
May 2, 2016 ... Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela earned the top spot receiving an average rate of
about 233 flashes per square kilometer per year, according to ...
May 2, 2016 ... At Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo, the lightning capital of the world, storms light up
the skies roughly 300 nights each year, according to data from ...
May 20, 2016 ... Venezuela's struggling economy has cast dark clouds over the South American
country, but blinding bright spots in the form of 100000 bolts ...
Then from the comfort of your hammock just lying there and enjoying the lightning
“show” phenomenon over Maracaibo Lake, a show that goes on every night ...
Aug 14, 2015 ... Venezuela's eternal lightning storm has captivated tourists and locals for
generations. Where the Catatumbo River meets Lake Maracaibo, 260 ...
Oct 10, 2012 ... http://www.furiousearth.com Storm Chaser, George Kourounis travels to Lake
Maracaibo in Venezuela where a phenomenon known as the ...
May 3, 2016 ... Earth has a new lightning capital, scientists have announced. Satellite data has
shown that Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela receives more ...