La Macuira National Natural Park is the most distant destination on this route, with 865 more. From a height, permanently crowned by a plume of clouds, they are the image that the traveler sees when the journey brings us closer to Nazareth, a small indigenous population at the foot of the mountains. Its exuberant vegetation ranges from dry tropical forest to the endemic and unique cloud forest accounts for its biodiversity and beauty. Outcrops of water that descend from the condensation of the fog on the foliage, form streams and streams that make this paradise the most mythical and sacred place of the Wayuu.
DAY 1 S.F.F. OF THE FLAMENCOS
DAY 3 P.N.N. MACUIRA, TAROA AND PUNTA GALLINAS
DAY 2 PUSHEO, PORT ESTRELLA AND NAZARETH
DAY 4 BAHÍA HONDITA AND CABO DE LA VELA
DAY 5 MANAURE AND RIOHACHA
|1 Person $3.498.300 COP||4 Person $1.428.300 COP|
|2 Person $2.118.300 COP||5 Person $1.290.300
|3 Person $1.658.300 COP||6 Person $1.198.300
- Transport in 4×4 vans with full availability throughout the program, with a maximum capacity of 6 passengers.
- Local Driver-Guide Service.
- Accommodation one night in Cabo de la Vela and one night in Punta Gallinas by chinchorro.
- Complete typical food (Fish, shrimp, Goat, and Criollo Chicken), from the
Lunch from the first day to lunch on the third day. Dinners and lunches include a drink.
- Please let us know if passengers require vegetarian dishes or have any dietary restrictions.
- In the restaurants along the route, you can find special dishes such as lobster or prawns which have additional costs.
- The plan includes accommodation in Chinchorro, but there is an additional service of cabins with beds that have an additional value of $35,000 per night per person. The rooms are ecological and have electricity service until 10:00 pm.
- The itinerary may vary according to weather conditions.
- The tour is in Spanish, if they want a bilingual guide, it has an additional cost of $360,000 per day
This adventure-type crossing is a demanding route, without the travel comforts of conventional tourism. Water is scarce and little electricity is obtained from gasoline generators and solar panels. The road is exposed and dusty. Permanent sun and constant heat during the day and a little cold during the night. There are no conventional hotels, and the accommodation is carried out in the Wayuu communities visited.
Due to the travel conditions, it is not recommended for small children or older adults with chronic health problems. However, there are health services (hospitals) in Uribía, Manaure, and Maicao and health posts in Puerto Bolívar, Paraíso, and Cabo de la Vela.
Bring small and comfortable luggage for the tour, as space in the vehicle is limited. If you have large suitcases, they will be stored in the city of Riohacha.
Water for the road and personal bottle.
Toiletries (brush and towel, soap and toothpaste; the latter two are preferably biodegradable). Sunscreen, suntan, and insect repellent
Sports shoes and sandals or beach shoes
Clothing for warm weather, bathing suit, trousers, and long pants.
Flashlight with spare batteries
Hat or cap for the sun Identity documents
Personal first aid kit Light blanket.
With the increase in tourist activity in recent seasons, the frequency of informal tolls, raised with ropes by indigenous children asking for water, food, and money, has also increased. We understand that this situation can be uncomfortable for tourists, due to their large number on the road and the conditions of the children, but it must be understood as part of the reality of this autonomous indigenous territory, governed by its norms and customs. To address this situation, the guides and drivers of the route, as part of their activity, take food to distribute and it is also possible, if the visitors agree and it seems convenient, to participate by buying products that they consider suitable for children and their families