This journey takes you through a circuit that runs through the main coastal areas of the Peninsula, on a journey that day by day delves into the main mysteries of the Wayuu culture. The itinerant program shows you the commercial routes that this semi-nomadic town still preserves, taking you through the amazing landscape that crosses the arid plains on the border with Venezuela and the Serranía de Cocinas. Following the border to the Castilletes checkpoint and the Tukacas and Cocinetas bays, you find Puerto López, an obligatory stop to enjoy its refreshing tropical waters. Later, the Serranía de Macuira, Puerto Estrella, Punta Gallinas, Bahía Honda, Bahía Hondita and El Cabo de la Vela, are the complementary stations of this mythical journey through an incomparable natural setting.
Bring reusable bottle, razor, toiletries (brush and towel, soap and toothpaste; the latter two preferably biodegradable), sports shoes and sandals or beach shoes, 2 or 3 changes of clothing for warm weather, bathing suit and shorts, flashlight with extra batteries, sunscreen and suntan lotion, insect repellent, sunglasses with a UV filter, sun hat, identity documents, personal medicine kit, light blanket and camera.