This adventure type cruise is a demanding route, without the conveniences of conventional tourism. Water is scarce and little electricity is obtained from gasoline generators and solar panels. During the dry season, the road is uncovered and dusty, with permanent sun and constant heat during the day and cold at night. In the rainy season, the road becomes impassable in 4×4, and a normal route of 6 to 8 hours, ends up being up to 2 days, and more. There are no conventional hotels, accommodation is made in the Wayuu communities visited.
For this tour the visitor must be in healthy physical condition. It is not suitable for the disabled because it does not have the required services. There are health services (hospitals) in Uribía, Manaure and Nazareth and health posts in Puerto López, Puerto Estrella and Cabo de la Vela
To have a more comfortable trip it is recommended: Carry water bottle, razor, toiletries (brush and towel, soap and toothpaste, these last two preferably biodegradable), sports shoes and sandals or beach shoes, 2 or 3 changes of clothes for warm weather, bathing suit and shorts, flashlight with spare batteries, sunscreen and sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses with UV filter, hat or cap for the sun, identity documents, personal kit, light blanket and photographic camera.