Activity 1 Waterfall Swimming Swim and contemplate 2 beautiful 60 meter sweet waterfalls that shower the Colombian pacific waters. Feel the mix between sweet water and sea water while swimming across the bay and listening to nature's most beautiful sounds.
Activity 2 Mangrove Rowing Sail and row across the tidelands contemplating nature and its sounds until reaching a unique hidden pool in the middle of the jungle created by the constant high tides present in the area. You can get there by boat for an additional cost. However, we recommend you to row due to environmental reasons.
Activity 3 Whale Watching Every year, humpback whales migrate to Colombian sea waters to breed and raise their newborns. Given the easiness and warm temperatures of these waters, the region is said to have one of the biggest amounts of humpback whale births in the world. These newborns will depend exclusively on their mothers to survive during the first year of their lives, that's why it is not uncommon to see them practicing jumps and movements with their protectors before migrating outside the bay. Sail offshore and contemplate these beautiful animals in a way you never thought you could. Our journey begins on Juanchaco, where we will sail offshore and look for whales for about 10-15 minutes. We always keep a 200 meter distance from any whale, respecting their space and wellbeing. Should any whale come close to our boat, we will stay still with the engine on just to make sure it knows what we are. During this time we will talk about its nature, anatomy and life cycle, why their communities come to Colombia every year, and their main courtship rituals.