Whale Watching Cruises
Whale watching season in Colombia is July through November. This is when the humpback whales migrate to this area by the hundreds to mate. Females give birth, feed and teach their calves how to breathe.
In this cruise, will visit three of the best sites for whale watching: Gorgona Island, Malaga Bay and Utria Bay.
The Tropical Pacific Coast of Colombia
Seen from the air, the Colombian Pacific is an intricate labyrinth of rivers, mangroves, gigantic deltas such as the Patia and San Juan Rivers. At the same time it is a fascinating and fragile ecosystem.
The Colombian Pacific is region with exceptional conditions and characteristics. It is located in “sandwich” between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountain Range. An interesting combination of factors such as the marine currents, the tropical sun regime and the high levels of evaporation in the Ocean, results in converting this region in one of the places where it rains the most in the planet.
At the same time and for the same reason, The Colombian Pacific is one of the regions with more biodiversity in the world per square kilometer. It is an explosion of live, the exuberance of the tropic at its highest expression, with about 45 thousand species of plants and hundreds of indigenous animals. It is also one of the richest places in terms of species of birds.
Learn more about Colombia’s Pacific Coast