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Riohacha, a tourist and cultural district, is the capital of the department of La Guajira, located on the Caribbean Coast and the delta of the Rio Rancheria. It is a multiethnic and multicultural city enriched by a wide variety of traditions and customs. It is refreshed by the northeast winds that gives the city a placid, warm and cool character.

The city is magical with its sunrises and sunsets, which can be seen and captured in beautiful photographs from his old tourist pier. It is a highly emotional experience that awakens the senses. Its cuisine is based on the various Goat dishes - roast, stew, fiche and grilled. Other dishes include rice with shrimp, marinated saw peasant and red snapper. Among the most significant places are the Monument of Francisco the Man, the Tourist Pier, and the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios.

It is entry point to most touristic destinations in La Guajira.

Alta Guajira

Serranía de La Macuira

The Serranía de La Macuira is located in the desert of La Guajira isolated from the mountains of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the Eastern Cordillera. There you can perform activities such as hiking, wildlife observation, bird watching, and experience cultural heritage. In the different hikes you can watch birds, reptiles, amphibians, deer and ocelots etc. You can also interact with rancherías (Wayúu indigenous communities) to learn about the Wayuu culture.

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Cabo de la Vela is located in the desert of La Guajira inhabited mostly by Wayuu indigenous people. They call this place Jepirra. In their traditional knowledge Jepirra is the sacred place where the spirits of their deceased bequeath to move to the unknown. This is a heavenly place where the sea can be confused with the desert, while without a doubt living unparalleled destinations.

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Manaure is known for its sea salts, one of the most important in Colombia. Manaure was born as a nomadic settlement of indigenous and non-indigenous inhabitants date back to about 1723. It has a warm tropical climate, which is cooled by sea breezes. Manaure is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and the municipality is crossed by the Limón river, a wetland that is home to lots of native and migratory species. The flora is mostly cactus, prickly pear and trupillos (a native desert tree).

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Mayapo means wayuunaiki (the native indegenous language) soft white sand. Mayapo is located half an hour from Riohacha and offers some of the most beautiful beaches of Colombia. Its appeal is the unspoiled, virgen coastline, where several Wayuu indigenous communities have their homes and dedicate their time to artisanal fisheries.

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Palomino is located on the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Palomino has a humid tropical climate with great ecological, cquatic, environmental, ethnic and cultural wonders.