The Pacific coast of Colombia is recognized as one of the areas for enjoying whale-watching. During the months of June to October, these cetaceans come to edge of the coast for stunning mating dances, becoming one of the most popular tourist attractions, especially among international visitors.
Just 20 kilometers from Buenaventura, you will find the forest reserve of the rivers Escalarete and San Cipriano, with more than 8,500 hectares containing impressive, deep ponds of radiant, clear waters and magnificent waterfalls. During your visit to the reserve, you can observe a wide variety of native flora and fauna and take a break to taste some of the most typical dishes of the region.
Relax on the spectacular beaches of Juanchaco Ladrilleros and La Barra, located north of the region of the Bay of Malaga, set among small artisanal fishing towns full of culture and tradition. There, you can also visit the Manigua Botanical Garden located within the Parque Nacional Natural Uramba of Bay of Malaga.
Don't miss the beaches located in a unique tropical environment; enjoy "Eco-tourism," wandering the trails bordering more than 2 kilometers of shores of calm, pristine waters and white sand beaches.