The extensive territory known as Chocó, where Colombia’s Pacific coast is located, is one of the best kept natural treasures of this country. A region full of contrasts, stories and unexplored corners that hide surprises beyond the human imagination.
There are many factors that have contributed to the preservation of this paradise. First, a harsh topography and the lack of connections with the rest of the country. Second, the lack of interest that for many years the national government manifested in the development of Chocó which allowed the appearance of illegal armed groups.
However, thanks to the efforts of Chocó’s local communities and several government initiatives, it has been possible to solve several of these problems and the region has become a privileged destination for the development of ecological tourism.
For any traveler who loves nature and seeking for exclusive landscapes, the possibilities of the Colombian Pacific are endless. It only takes a bit of adventurous spirit, desires to explore new trails and a good dose of thiamine! 😀
Among the amazing available activities is bird-watching among the vast tropical forest, overflowing with diversity which makes it the golden dream of any bird lover.
And if your thing is getting in the water, the places to dive are so many and so varied that anyone who loves this activity will not want to set foot on solid ground for many days.
And yet, one of the most wonderful shows offered by the Colombian Pacific is the opportunity to observe the humpback whales that come to give birth on our shores and delight us with their songs and playful jumps.
For these and many more reasons, if you’re thinking about ecotourism don’t lose this colombian region from sight. Leave any fears aside and let this adventure begin, with the help of experts like Zooming, for whom being able to guide visitors through this wonder of nature is a great pleasure and a great honor.
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