Colombia's Pacific coast is excellent for surfing. Nuquí's beaches are now a major attraction for surfers from all over the world. Terquito is perfect for learners, while an experienced surfer will probably prefer Cabo Corrientes, Pico de Loro, Pela Pela, Juan Tornillo or El Derrumbe.
Where in the world is Nuquí you may ask? It's one of the communities in the Chocó region of Colombia, which happens to be one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. Just imagine laying on the bed in a lodge in Nuquí and watching humpback whales pass by! Beautiful, isn't it? Learn more about the ecolodges in Nuqui and Chocó Community Tourism Alliance here: http://bit.ly/1BkPUfP
Utria National Park is one of the many areas in Colombia with a strong ecotourism vocation thanks to its natural attractions, landscapes of amazing beauty, the excellent condition of its ecosystems and its cultural riches.
The Utría Park is a privileged area for nature tourism due to its countless natural attractions, the beauty of its landscapes, the excellent condition of its ecosystems and its great cultural wealth, all part of the unique heritage of the Pacific Region of northern Colombia.