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Speed Boat Adventure to Utria National Park


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Explore the authentic fishermen’s village of Bahia Solano, also called Ciudad Mutis. This small town is only accessible by air or water and offers a unique experience surrounded by tropical rainforest and nature. Learn about the local culture, way of life, and economy.
  • Visit the natural wonder of Utria National Park.

  • Visit Estero Beach and the mangrove boardwalk.

  • Leisure time at Playa Blanca

Lush mangroves and the abundant marine wildlife of the Pacific Ocean converge in the fascinating Utría National Park, located in the Colombian department of Chocó, in the Nuqui and Bahia Solano municipalities. South of Utría Cove, foothills covered with thick tropical jungle are hidden in the mist and stretch all the way into the sea. Meanwhile, the inlet’s landscape changes as the tide rises and falls.

Utría Park is a privileged area for nature tourism, due to its countless natural attractions, beautiful landscapes, pristine ecosystems, and great cultural wealth. It all forms part of the unique heritage of northern Colombia’s Pacific Region. Visitors have a wide range of activities to choose from, including trekking, observing fauna and flora, and interacting with the local culture.

During this day trip, you can discover the natural wonders of this protected area. Please note that the transfer from Bahia Solano may take up to 1.5 hours each way by speed boat and can be bumpy.

Practical information

  • Language: English and Spanish

  • Included: Traditional lunch: fish of the day with rice, green banana pancakes, and salad.

  • Remarks/requirements: Loose comfortable clothing with long sleeves and a hat to protect from the sun. Comfortable walking shoes. Waterproof jackets in case of rain, insect repellent Change of clothes, swimsuit, snorkeling gear (optional)

  • Walking information: Guests will walk 1.5 hours in total throughout the different activities. This is mostly through sandy surfaces and forest trails.

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.

Penguins perched on the ice of Cuverville Island, Antarctica. Credit: Espen Mills / HX Hurtigruten Expeditions

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