Situated in the department of La Guajira, it has access to all tourist routes that lead to Cabo de La Vela, although it is not too spectacular. Here you can see the process of how they collect salt. From when it is in the refinery mixed in with water to when the salt is in piles getting ready to be packed and shipped for consumption.
Manaure, another township in La Guajira, lies half an hour by taxi or by 'mini-bus' from Uribia, and its charm lies in its stunning salt pans. The extracted salt is deposited in the harbor, forming incredible white mountains, which contrast against the orange sand. In my case, I was lucky that these contrasted well against a stormy sky, blue and violet. Incredible for taking photos.
Manaure is a tourist destination with beautiful beaches, it has a beautiful place known as the salt of Manaure, the site is very cute, and typical dishes include shrimp and rice .... I hope to visit this place again