The wayú (autónimo Wayuu [ ‘wajuː]), Wayuu or peasants (the peasant Arawak,’ Lord, powerful man ‘are natives of the Guajira peninsula, on the Caribbean Sea, inhabiting territories of Colombia and Venezuela, regardless of borders between these two South American countries.
Arhuacos ika or iku- -called also inhabit the southern slope of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (Colombia).
The term applies to arhuácicas languages of the Chibchan languages formed by the Arhuaco, the Cogui and damana, spoken today, as well as other extinct languages of northern Colombia.
The Kogi or kággabba are a Native American people of Colombia, inhabiting the northern slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in the valleys of the rivers Don Diego, Palomino, San Miguel and width. They are about ten thousand people who speak their own language. They are organized by villages, in which the authority is the Mamo, central figure of the Kogi culture, which embodies the sacred law.