Cabo de la Vela is located on the Colombian La Guajira Peninsula, the northernmost territory of South America. Tourism in these lands is reserved for spirits who love adventures, wild landscapes and water sports such as surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. For those who do not master these skills, there are small schools and private instructors who will train you in a few hours so that you can enjoy these sports.
In this place, the desert landscape is combined with spectacular and paradisiacal beaches. One of the must-see places is the rocky Pilón de Azúcar hill (sacred place of the Wayuu ethnic group), from where you can enjoy an extraordinary view of the region’s beaches. El Faro is another viewpoint recommended for couples who like red sunsets.
Despite the harsh conditions of the place, there are nice and comfortable cabins for accommodation and to unleash the heat that is unleashed on these erotic vacations. There are also simple restaurants with delicious seafood. However, it is recommended that visitors stock up on a lot of water, some canned food and their favorite snacks, since once they have reached Cabo de la Vela it will be impossible to find this type of food.

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