Cabo de la Vela Tour
From US$ 79 p.p. / 10 hours / Private tour / Group discount
Uribia, the indigenous capital
Manaure salt complex
Ojo de Agua beach
Pilón de Azúcar beach
The Cabo de la Vela is a majestic place located approximately 163 km from Riohacha. Here, the exotic beaches of the Caribbean Sea converge with a large coastal desert making a unique visual experience of contrasting colors. This zone of the Caribbean hosts many arid landscapes that cannot be found anywhere else.
The indigenous people that inhabit the zone (the Wayúus people) call this place “Jepirra”, which they believe is a sacred location where deceased spirits travel to the unknown afterlife. The Cabo de la Vela is considered to be one of the must-see places of interest by travelers, as well as being a popular sight for Colombians.
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The excursion starts with a visit to the Manaure complex to learn about the salt process done in the area, followed by a panoramic tour across Uribia, the indigenous capital of Colombia. The trip culminates with a visit to Cabo de la vela to enjoy the beaches, and observe the most beautiful sunset in the Caribbean.
Price & Inclusions
From US$ 79 p.p.
The price quoted above is per person based on 4 participants and as a private tour. (+15% High season: Easter and 15.12 - 15.01).
Air conditioned transport (SUVs)
1 x typical lunch and drink
Economical contribution to the community
Optional: DE/POR/IT/FR Guide
Tips and personal expenses
Transfers from/to other zones
All year round.
Physical Difficulty: 1
Hotel Pick-up in Riohacha.
Ap. 10h, 5:30 am - 3:30 pm.
Fresh clothes, cap or hat, sunscreen, constant hydration, repellent, consumption of food and beverage only in places recommended by the guide.