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Bahía Solano and El Valle

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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.


  • Location: They make up the continental area that surrounds the Gulf of Cupica, between the Baudó Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean.
  • Temperature: 28°C.
  • How to get there: By air, from Medellín, Quibdó, and Pereira; on marine transport services departing from Buenaventura.

Bahía Solano and El Valle:

On land

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.

Haga click sobre la imagen para ampliarla Photo: Flicker user Eu mondo difficile

Bahía Solano Photo: Flicker user  Eu mondo difficile

At sea

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.

Where to stay:

At eco-lodges and tourist inns.



Calle 28A Nº 13A-15 Piso 36

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