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Guajira Tourism

Guajira is located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, in the north of Colombia. It is made up of 15 municipalities, the Rancheria and Cesar rivers stand out, it has on its land the Perijá and Sierra Nevada mountains, natural parks, indigenous communities such as the Wayuu, flora and fauna such as flamingos. Its economy is strong in mining, agriculture, and tourism. The Guajira Tour lasts 4 days 3 nights.


4 days

3 nights

Land departure from Medellin


Per person is:

Adult $900,000 in accommodation (with more than one bed)

Children older than 5 years $800,000

Children under 5 years of age $140,000 (they travel loaded, sleep with parents and do not include food, among others.)


Transport in vehicles according to the number of people

Visits in:

-Salt mines in Manaure
-Pilón de azucar
-Wind farm
-Visit to Cabo de la Vela
-Wayuu ranch
-Lodging 3 nights in a hotel with swimming pool.
-Food: breakfasts and meals (nightly).
-Guide during the tour
-Medical assistance card
-Family environment


Wear comfortable clothes, carry small luggage, do not use valuable objects during the tours.

No pets.

Have the original identity documents for hotel registration. Including the documents of minors for hotel registration.

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Guajira Tourism

Its capital is Riohacha, next to the Caribbean Sea, its name comes from the ancient Wayunaiki language Karive Pala means Caribbean car.

Its territory is made up of the La Guajira peninsula, the plain and the Sierra Nevada. Intertropical zone. Vallenata music stands out.

It is formed by the Guajiro massif with the La Guajira peninsula and has mountain ranges, such as the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

It is the driest area of ​​Colombia, it has deserts with cacti.

It has natural parks such as Los Flamencos, Macuira, Bahía Portete Kaurrele, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, among others.

Its economy is based on industry, mining and agriculture. It has electricity production with solar radiation, wind, thermoelectric, hydroelectric and natural gas.

It has indigenous communities.

More than 1 million people live there, there are indigenous communities of Wayuu, Wiwa, Kogui, Arhuaco and Kankuamo. There are also communities of Lebanese, Turkish, Syrian and other Middle Eastern immigrants. Animals such as flamingos, monkeys, ocelots, brown cats, blackbirds, bluebirds, deer and guacharacas. Sales of crafts and vallenato music stand out. It is divided into three regions: Alta (north), Middle (center and southwest at times) and Baja (south). Its economy is strong in mining such as salt and coal, the exploitation and cultivation of pearls, in its gastronomy its original dish is fried fish. It is on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, has 15 municipalities and borders with Venezuela. It has a hot desert climate.

has places

large lagoon
Swamp of the broken ship and Tocoromanes The Serranía de Macuira Mountains
Cape of Sail
Open Art Room
Salinas Manaure
Rainbow Beach
Sugar Pylon
Ojo de Agua Beach
Cabo de la Vela Lighthouse
Punta Gallinas
Portete Bay
Taroa Dunes
Punta Gallinas Lighthouse
Hondita Bay
Jepírachi wind park
Mayapo Beach
Los Flamencos Flora and Fauna Sanctuary
Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Natural Park
Portete-Kaurrele Bay National Natural Park

Riohacha is the financial, cultural and
commercial. It is a very old city with a history of the Spanish colonizers.

The functions that individuals perform in the midst of their trips and stays in places other than their routine area in a few months or days, for recreation, business, among others.

Historical tourism

Old age
In Greece they became interested in leisure, and they used their rest time in sports, culture and fun.
In the middle of the Roman Empire, citizens visited hot springs.
Middle Ages
Religious pilgrimages were what was used.
Modern age
Pilgrimages continue, visits to hot springs, mud baths for health and some beaches for doctor’s instructions.
Contemporary age
Rest trips began, the steam engine changed the form of transportation, where only animals were transported, the use of steam in maritime transport reduced space time. Maritime transport and ecological tourism are going viral. Much later they invented the airplane, increasing the pace of tourism.

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