U$341*

WHALES PLAN-PLAYA DE ORO-BAHÍA SOLANO / 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS

ENJOY THIS SPECTACLE OF NATURE IN CHOCÓ BETWEEN THE MONTHS OF JULY AND OCTOBER
Pacific
Chocó
Adventure
Beach
Community tourism
Lodging in nature
Nature
Whale watching
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Wildlife lover
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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.

We invite you to visit Playa de Oro in Bahía Solano, a perfect place for whale watching and where you can do many activities in nature.

*2020 price

July to october
3 nights - 4 days
WHALES PLAN-PLAYA DE ORO-BAHÍA SOLANO / 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS

What does it include and what doesn't?

Included

  • Transfer airport - hotel - airport in Bahía Solano.
  • Luggage reception and handling.
  • Welcome drink.
  • Accommodation in rooms with ocean or jungle view and terrace with hammock.
  • Standard: with fan or Special: air conditioning.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Talk and video about the Yubartas whales and precautions for the sighting.
  • 2 outings for whale watching by boat.
  • Walk through the tropical rain forest to the exotic beach of Los Deseos.
  • Walk along the path to the Juná streams.
  • Accompanying person on walks in spanish.
  • Hotel insurance and taxes.

Not included

  • Air ticket and tax, airport tax in Bahía Solano (U$3)
  • Pro-tourism tax (National adults U$6 foreigners U$9)
  • Services not specified in the plan.
  • Flight cancellation fees.
  • VAT for Colombians (U$7 per person)

Recommendations

  • Identity document
  • Photographic camera
  • Medicines for personal use
  • Repellent and sunscreen
  • Light clothing for warm weather, shorts, cotton t-shirts, comfortable sweatshirt or pants, raincoat, caps or sun hats.
  • Swimwear
  • Water shoes, tennis or boots that can get wet and have a grip underneath; to make trips through the jungle.
  • Sandals and shoes for walking on the beach and in different activities
  • Small backpack to carry your personal items
  • Reusable bottle
  • Waterproof bag to store your electronic devices to isolate them from moisture

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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