Bahía Solano and Nuqui are small towns in Chocó Department; this bay is surrounded by a dense tropical rainforest. The perfect time to go is between July and September to watch whales.
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Colombia offers a huge biodiversity and is on the first position in the world regarding the rate of species per area unit. It is home to more bird species than North America and Europe combined and thus on the first position in the world, creating a paradise for people that like bird watching. Besides the great number of amphibian, reptile, fish, mollusk and insect species, what makes Colombia special is that it is home to many endemic animals and plants. This makes Colombia really special as these animals can only be found here in the world. Get to know these unique animals and let the guides explain you what environment is required to allow these species to only live here in Colombia. One of the peculiarities of Colombia is that, between June and November every year, the country becomes home to over hundreds of species of birds, whales and sea turtles that visit the Pacific Coast for reproductive purposes, food and as a resting point during their migratory route.