4 days/3 nights
Between 25°C and 30°C
Contrasting landscapes
Strong points
All year round


The Guajira Desert is located in the Guajira Peninsula and in the northernmost part of South America. Its average temperature is 27°C with a lot of wind all year round. It is an ideal place to practice sports such as kitesurfing, sailing, etc., but not only!

La Guajira is a region of contrasts: the orange colour of the desert and the intense blue of the sea, the colourful clothes of its local population and the vegetation of its Oasis. Its inhabitants, the indigenous Wayuuu, are a people faithful to their traditions and consider themselves to be the children of rain and earth.

It is an isolated region of Colombia with infrastructure for adventurers. The stay “the magnificent desert of the Guajira” is an idea of a trip off the beaten track. It is ideal for those who wish to go on an adventure and share with the Wayuuu natives in a setting of exceptional beauty.

Contact us for any modification or question about the stay! We would be very happy to discuss this with you.

Highlights of the stay in the Guajira Desert

 Day of sharing and exchange with the Wayuu indigenous people

 Discovery of the incredible pink flamingo

 Enjoy the beaches of Cabo de la Vela and Punta Gallinas

 Visit the lighthouse from the northernmost point of South America

 Full board during the whole stay


Stages of the trip

Day 1: Crossing the desert, beach and the sea salts of Manaure and Cabo de la Vela

Day 2: Punta Gallinas, the northernmost point in South America

Day 3: Visit of the pink flamingos and meeting with the Wayuuu natives

Day 4: Return to civilization




The stay “The beautiful Guajira Desert” is a travel idea and is fully customizable.


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The stay “The beautiful Guajira Desert” is a travel idea and is fully customizable.


Day 1: Desert crossing

La Guajira is a place where reality and magic blend together to offer the visitor a unique experience.
  • Early morning departure for the desert
  • Breakfast and then continuation of the journey to Manaure
  • Manaure is home to Colombia’s largest sea salt mining operation
  • Visit the area to learn about the salt harvesting process
  • Continuation of the journey to Cabo de la Vela and typical lunch
  • Rest on the beach
  • Visit the most important places such as the sweet bread, the lighthouse and the sacred mountain
  • Dinner and night at a Rancheria (local accommodation)

Day 2: North of the South

Punta Gallinas is the northernmost point of Colombia and South America. Off the beaten track, you will be almost alone in front of a spectacular nature.
  • Early morning departure for Punta Gallinas crossing the desert
  • Breakfast and visit the most important places: the Lighthouse (the northernmost point of the country, a superb viewpoint), the oasis and the Taroa desert to enjoy the sand dunes
  • Lunch and then free time to enjoy the beautiful beaches
  • Dinner and night at a Rancheria (local accommodation)

Day 3: Wayuu Natives and Pink Flamingos

Indigenous peoples of Colombia and Venezuela, the Wayuuu indigenous people represent about 45% of the population of the Guajira department.
  • Departure early in the morning to head towards one of the Wayuuu indigenous villages
  • You will discover their culture, traditions, myths and legends
  • Presentation of their typical dance, the Yonna
  • Typical lunch of the region, the wasteland
  • Continuation of the journey to the sanctuary of the pink flamingos
  • Boat trip to observe these incredible birds
  • Dinner and night at a Rancheria (local accommodation)

Day 4: Return to civilization

Guajira is a region known for its colours and authentic population. After 3 days of adventure, return to civilization
  • Breakfast and then free time to enjoy the beach and the beauty of the region
  • Lunch
  • Return to Santa Marta or Riohacha

The stay “The beautiful Guajira Desert” is a travel idea and is fully customizable.


The above itinerary is a travel idea, it has no contractual value.


Private ground transportation to and from the campsite during the entire stay Accommodation in Rancherias (local accommodation)The visits mentioned in the program Full board and lodging French or Spanish speaking guides (upon request) The visits and activities mentioned in the itinerary 24/7 telephone assistance International and domestic flights Personal expenses Tips Drinks and meals not mentioned in the program Visits, excursions, taxes and activities not mentioned Insurance (please consult us)
Cabo de la Vela, désert de la Guajira
Cabo de la Vela, désert de la Guajira
paysages de la Colombie, Cabo de la Vela
indigenes wayuu
désert de la Guajira, indigène
désert de la guajira, mochila wayuu
rancherie, désert de la guajira

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