Located in the extreme North-East of Colombia, between the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and Venezuela, the Guajira Peninsula is a great destination for ecotourism and ethnotourism.

Characterized by a semi-desertic climate, the region will surprise you with its amazing colorful landscapes and beaches along the Caribbean coast.

In order to better discover this off the beaten track region, we offer you authentic trips that will enable you to meet the Wayuu Indians (who have strong traditions and values), to enjoy the contrasted and amazing panoramas between Riohacha and Cabo de la Vela, to visit the Manaure Salinas or the Flamingo Sanctuary, to hike in the national parc Macuira, or even to practice kitesurfing off Punta Gallinas.