La Guajira is the northern peninsula of Colombia. It's very remote - a road less travelled by most tourists. We did the trip in 4 days / 3 nights with our Israeli friends, Ofri and Niv, who we met on the Ciudad Perdida Trek. Our driver took us 4x4, on dirt roads, to a remote village called Cabo De La Vela where we spent 1 night. We then took a small boat 3 hours across a pretty rough ocean, to Punta Gallinas. There are no hotels, hostels, or guesthouses out here... the area is mainly occupied by the Wayu Indigenous Tribes, so we were staying at their "Rancherias" (sleeping in hammocks again). The area is mainly desert but it was absolutely beautiful and well worth the trip (even despite Jen getting food poisoning and sea sickness).
On our way back to Taganga we had to wait for the truck to pick us up so Niv and Jen did a photoshoot of Dom and Ofri (she's an actual ballet dancer) frolicking in the in the desert sands. It was great entertainment to pass the time :)