The Colombian Pacific Coast boasts one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet and is home to the hidden gem of El Almejal,located in Bahía Solano. It is surrounded by two amazing worlds: the Chocó Rainforest with crystal-like rivers and waterfalls; and the Pacific coastline with pristine beaches and magnificent wildlife. The season from July to November is special due to the whalewatching spectacle, however Bahía Solano has lots more to offer.
As a natural wonder, you can travel there any time of the year. The reserve stands out for its environmental contribution to preserve native ecosystems and protect sea turtles. If you want a comfortable, quiet stay and enjoy unspoilt beaches you are welcome to visit El Almejal
Published in September, 2020