Paradise does exist: Bahía Solano

Solano Bay It is a heavenly place located on the Colombian Pacific Coast. Its sea: full of riches, surrounded by waterfalls of fresh water, extensive tropical rainforests are a natural environment that you will fall in love with.

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The perfect destination

If you are a nature lover, Bahía Solano is the best option. Mixing the beauty and exuberance of the jungle, mangroves, rivers and waterfalls with the beautiful beaches of the Colombian Pacific.

You can take guided walks and excursions full of adventure. You will find a variety of birds, orchids and animal species, while breathing the scent of the jungle.

For sports lovers we have the best activities. Perform sport or artisanal fishing, autonomous or tank diving in areas of reefs and in sunken ships.

Humpback whales

The beautiful ones arrive at Bahía Solano Humpback whales between the months of June and October.

The tropical waters of Colombia are conducive to the birth of the whales, who come in the bellies of the whales on a long trip from the South Pole.

Cetaceans choose the Colombian Pacific to make their offspring's adaptation to the immense Pacific Ocean less traumatic.

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How to get to Bahía Solano?

You can reach the heavenly Bahia Solano by air or sea.

Bahía Solano has the José Celestino Mutis Regional Airport, where flights arrive daily from Bogotá, Quibdó, Medellín and Cali.

From the Port of Buenaventura you can reach it by sea, it is 24 hours by cabotage boat.

In ColombiaTours.Travel We want you to know Bahía Solano, a paradise of incomparable beauty.

Recommendations for your trip

  • In Bahía Solano you can find wet and rainy areas. You will need raincoats, comfortable and light clothes.
  • It is essential that you wear sunscreen, walking shoes in the middle of the jungle and long-sleeved shirts to protect you from bites in the middle of the forest.
  • The Colombian authorities demand that in destinations of less than 2200 meters above sea level, a vaccination card be carried among them, the most important being against the Yellow Fever.
  • For whale watching it is essential to bring binoculars and wide-angle lens cameras, to capture these unforgettable moments in the middle of the Pacific

Enjoy the paradisiacal Pacific.
Contact a local agent friend and start the adventure.