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Bahía Solano is characterized by multi-colored sunsets. Together with El Valle, a township located south of huge beaches, it is an excellent opportunity for enjoying memorable experiences among exotic nature.
Visit Utría Cove. Tour its paths and be amazed by a calm sea that seems like a swimming pool in the middle of the ocean. Get to know the labios de negra (Black woman’s lips), with their bright red petals that form a perfect mouth. Go from the mangroves at Jundó to El Tigre, Playa Cuevita, Playa Larga, and Playa Mecana through a lovely path that crosses streams and waterfalls. Row back on the Valle River, go canopying, and enjoy the arrival of migratory birds and the golfina turtle, between October and December.
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Diving lovers who wish to see snappers, groupers, and giant rays enjoy visiting Piedra de la Esperanza and Punta Diego in Utría; the sunken ship in Huina; San Telmo, in Juná; Chadó; El Faro; Juan Tejada; León; Mina del Diablo; and the area around Cabo Marzo. This is also a zone for artisan and deep sea fishing and ideal for whale watching from July to November.
At eco-lodges and tourist inns.