Lodgings

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Rooms

Garden View Rooms

  • Room Ni Muñi

    Nimuñi, sea waves in the Kogi language, is located near the pool and just steps from the hills and...

Rooms Far View To Sea

  • Room Zugi

    The Zugi or Poporo room is named after an instrument used by Kogi shamans to preserve coca leaves –...
  • Room Sumeia

    Sumeia is star in the kogi language, to remember the importance of the sky to the indigenous people, who...
  • Room Mokouy

    The Mokouy, an abundant amphibian of our region, according to Kogi mythology, was the second wife of the sun...
  • Room Ñui

    ÑUI, sun in the Kogi language, is believed to balance the forces of nature and protect men. The room...
  • Room Saja

    Saja is the moon in the Kogie language, which was revered alongside the sun by our natives. Both were...

Bungalows

Bungalows Standard

  • Bungalow Mottui

    Mottui in Wayuunaiki the Wayuu people language means vegetation and reverence to the exuberance nature, wildlife and sea. This...
  • Bungalow Maitta

    Maitta is the word used by the Wayuu people for relaxation and is represented by a seagull one of...

Bungalows Beach

  • Bungalow Iwana

    Always present in our grounds is the Iguana, green, yellow, gold, camouflaging in the vegetation. The Iwana bungalow is...
  • Bungalow Wuii

    The snake for many civilizations and especially for the natives represents transformation, evolution and change. Aite looks to offer...
  • Bungalow Jamma

    Built in a tree house style, Jamma is a premium bungalow, named after the word for hammock in Wayuunaiki....
  • Bungalow Kahoui

    The kato’ui is the wuayuunaiki word for the bag used by the natives to carry essential goods. This distinctive...

Bungalows SUPERIOR

  • Bungalow Sawaina

    This beautiful cottage, named after the word for turtle in wuayuunaiki, invites you to mingle with nature. Watch the...
  • Bungalow Sinduli

    At dawn the crisp air fills the Sinduli bungalow with a mixture of natural scents from the lush ecosystem...
  • Bungalow Kalekale

    Kale-kale, parakeets in WUAYUNAIKI, provide the soundtrack to a stay at Aite as you will hear their music throughout...

Bungalows DELUXE

  • Bungalow Shishika

    River in Wayu language, crystal clear waters coming from the Sierra Nevada enclosing this beautiful open Caribbean coast, swarms...
  • Bungalow Ama

    Meaning Horse in Wayu language, participant and companion animal of all the development of our Country. Twin of Shishika...