“We really enjoyed our stay at the lodge. The food was great and the location was so beautiful! Transport from the airport was smooth. What an awesome place!”Miguel, Switzerland.
The Colombian Pacific is an unexplored wonder that we should all visit at least once in our lives because It is a hidden paradise. This beautiful place is one of the most blessed by nature in the entire country. The best pacific tour you can do is one to Bahía Solano, located in the Chocó region because your will enjoy it minute by minute. It is a place of spectacular sunrises and sunsets, constant waves of a sea that seems to dance. You must arrive to the hotel by boat, since it is located on a private island very close to Bahía Solano, you will find yourself between the tropical jungle and the volcanic sand.
In this trip to Bahia Solano you can enjoy the view of the sea from the hotel room, go hiking, walk through the jungle, visit the Nabugá Waterfalls and the Pacific Botanical Garden and, if possible, say hello to the Embera indigenous community, that still preserve an ancestral lifestyle and its traditions.
Travel to Bahía Solano, in Chocó, a wonderful pacific coast destination and be amazed by the jungle, the sea, freshwater waterfalls and the magic of the Colombian Pacific.
Taste Pacific’s cuisine, one of the richest in the country, based on sea food and ancestral secrets.
Interact with the community of the region and share their rituals and customs.
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4 days – 3 nights.
Original Passport or ID.
In case the group is not completed, you will be notified by our customer service department to reschedule the tour.
Minimum 2 people to operate this package.
Yellow fever vaccine Certificate
What is included?
Local bilingual guide.
Round-trip transportation from your place of lodging for each tour.
Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner everyday.
Ocean view accommodation
Entrance fee to Nabugá waterfall.
Entrance fee to The Pacific Botanic Garden.
Insurance and medical assistance.