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Whale watching in Colombia

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Every year from June to October, humpback whales pass by the coastline in Unique Colombia, a small fishermen´s village on the Pacific Ocean. The humpback whales are looking for warm equatorial waters in order to give birth to their baby-whales. Hundreds of visitors traveled to Unique Colombia this year with the Choc Community Tourism Alliance visitchoco.com to see the humpback whales, but also to enjoy the best beaches in Colombia, hike through the rainforest's and disconnect from the hustle and bustle of every daylife.


The best video of the Colombian whale season 2014 was recorded by two of our guests, showing an impressive jump a humpback whale made in front of their boat.

 


You also want to see humpback whales in Colombia? Check out our trips here 

 

The Chocó Community Tourism Alliance based in Nuquí Colombia offers these and many more activites as day tours or multiday trips

Contact us to book your trip or for more information on what to do in Chocó!

 

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