Whale Watching in Colombia
We’ll take you from wherever you are in Colombia to see one of the country’s (and the world’s) most impressive natural manifestations. Between 600-1000 Humpback Whales that traverse the Pacific Ocean arrive here between the months of June and October to give birth and nurse their young until they are old enough to venture away from the shores of the Choco’s Pacific coast.
During their stay the young are often in playful mode, allowing you the chance to observe these majestic and enigmatic creatures as they enjoy the warm seas.
We consider our whale watching tours as very best out there. Our vast knowledge of the area has allowed us to form various alliances with gorgeous private beach lodges that provide that quality touch and escapist experience.
Together with our specialist knowledge of the local natural and adventure experiences, our tours encompass the very best of one of Earth’s most unique rainforests and coasts.
Whale Watching with The Colombian Project
Days 1 – 3: Fly from Medellin to Nuqui. Transfer by boat to El Cantil Lodge. Take part in various jungle activities and also multiple whale-watching outings (depending on programme).
Day 4: Transfer back to Nuqui and board flight to Medellin. Continue onward journey.
- PNN Utria
Other possible locations:
- Bahia Solano
- PNN Bahia Malaga
4-Day fully guided itinerary from $600 USD / £413 GBP
(Based on 8pax sharing on a twin occupancy basis)
Private departures and group tours of up to 8pax available
Mid-June to late October
- Humid tropical forest
- Humpback Whale / Ballena Jorobada (Spanish) (Megaptera novaeangliae)
- Red-capped Manakin
- Choco Toucan
- Rose-faced Parrot
What our clients say
“……During our trip, Juan kept in constant contact with us and all the hotels made us feel welcome with some upgrading our rooms and leaving honeymoon gifts which was great. Each of the guides we had was punctual, spoke excellent English and had an in depth knowledge and passionate interest in the areas and tours they were covering. The whole trip had a good balance of with cities, rural areas and coastal locations; and with busy days of trekking mixed with relaxing days and travelling days………”