WHALES PLAN -NUQUÍ ECO CASAS PIEDRA PIEDRA / 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS

PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE MAGIC OF WHALE WATCHING IN THE COLOMBIAN PACIFIC
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Whale watching
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Hundreds of Humpback Whales migrate each year from the south of the American continent to the warm waters of the Colombian Pacific. The months of July to October are ideal to enjoy this natural spectacle that positions Colombia as a destination to experience Magical Realism.

July to october
3 nights - 4 days
WHALES PLAN -NUQUÍ ECO CASAS PIEDRA PIEDRA / 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS

What does it include and what doesn't?

Included

  • Transportation by boat Nuquí Airport - Piedra Piedra –45 minutes along the coast
  • Complete meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Double accommodation
  • Guided walk to the Thermal Village and the "Waterfall of Love"
  • Use of the facilities (swimming pool and common areas) and the surroundings
  • Travel insurance for 4 days

Not included

  • Airplane tickets
  • Nuquí tourism tax: U$5
  • Thermal Entrance: U$4
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Other transfers by boat
  • Sports equipment rental
  • VAT for Colombians 
     

Recommendations

  • The energy used in Eco Casas Piedra is Renewable Energy (Solar), therefore, your collaboration is requested to charge electronic equipment during the day; since at night the accumulated energy is only used for the lighting of the house, otherwise the batteries are discharged and they are left without lighting.
  • It is essential to include a flashlight in the luggage.
  • Note that there are no ATMs or banks in the area, you cannot make payments by credit card neither; You must bring the necessary cash from your home city.
  • Please don´'t smoke inside the facilities of the Hotel

For whale watching:

  • Keep your distance. Do not try to interact with the whales directly.
  • Be patient, it may take a few minutes to find them or several hours a day.
  • Do not throw trash in the sea.
  • Do not try to feed them.
  • If you are swimming and you come face to face, slowly back up and go away.
  • See that the captains of the boats comply with the principles of responsible sighting; keep a distance of at least 200mt, remind the tribulation to be silent as noise disturbs them, navigate slowly or in neutral, never obstruct their path (the approach should be from behind or from the side), leave them enough distance so that they can do pirouettes, never approach a mother with her baby.
     

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