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Punta Gallinas, Uribia

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Explore the arid Punta Gallinas, the northernmost point of both Colombia and South America. The desert landscape abounds with rolling dunes and sparse vegetation, adding to the sense of remoteness felt at the end of the continent. Travel to the area is not straightforward; you can either take a long, uncomfortable, but authentic trip on public transport, or visit with a tour company. Tours include conveniences, such as meals and traditional hammock accommodation. To visit Punta Gallinas and other attractions in Uribia, use our Uribia vacation generator.
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  • You can not get northern than this in south america. After spending a day in Cabo de la vela, head here to get to a even remote place. There are just a couple of places to stay so you'll be taken to o...  more »
  • Located in the North of South America, is a beach away from pollution, trade and all the noise of the cities. Sand dunes are amazing, they are magical, the sea is not so clear, but it is delicious, isn't so crushed. To get there I recommend hiring a company that take a tour, because on their own it is difficult (in the desert). He would return many times.
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  • the divine landscape, the dunes of taroa of the best beaches in colombia, the food and the excellent Yoyerly care, lack a bit of investment, water more desalinisada to take a shower and some renovated pillows. a trip unforgettable and highly recommended. the only suggestion is to the way many children to stay asking for a cake or a cookie does not go to the school, this sweet does much damage to its future, it would be better that charged a fee, such as when you enter San Andres but to go direct to a fund managed by all the indigenous people of la Guajira, for projects such as desalinisadoras plants solar power plants, enabling them to have drinking water for their crops and energy, so that is conducive to a life more dignified, where they may become self-reliant if same, short term my suggestion for all travelers: prefer a pen, notebooks, colors, books, especially at primary level or fruits and dejenlos on a bedside table in the schools not to interrupt classes We encourage school attendance and give a better future to our children. Colombia are the most
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