The Wayuu (colombia), an Amerindian ethnic group of the La Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia and northwest Venezuela. They were never subjugated by the Spanish. Today they are known for their colourful traditional artworks made out of fabric.
Cabo de la Vela, La Guajira, Colombia — by Hipermovil
Along the ridgeline of the Sierra Nevadas, live the Kankumo and Aruhaco people. Both deeply religious, the Kankumo and Aruhaco have the utmost respect for nature, relying on farming to feed their families and provide a source of income.