Cabo de la Vela
Its privileged location on the peninsula of La Guajira makes this beach one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean. Surrounded by the largest desert area in the country is one of the most impressive and paradisiacal beaches where you can learn about the culture of one of the most traditional ethnic groups that still live in the desert... the Wayu Indians.
This place where the desert and the sea are combined is located at a distance of approximately four and a half hours from Santa Marta, the tour is two days in which during the tour you will be able to know the Pilon de Azucar and Playa Dorada. Also; you will be able to see what we consider the best sunset of the Caribbean from the lighthouse at Cabo de La Vela and sleep in a ranchería in a chinchorro (hammock).
The tour includes a panoramic tour of the capital: Riohacha, Uribia, Manaure and its salt mines.
USD: 60,35 per person
- Round trip transportation,
- Two (2) breakfasts,
- Two (2) lunches,
- One (1) dinner,
- Lodging in a hammock in a typical ranch,
- Professional guide and insurance.
Drinks, services not described in the plan.
*Ask for our plan of one more night in Punta Gallinas.
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