The Pacific region of Colombia is a forgotten land of dense rainforests that begin at the foot of the Andes and culminate on the vast and remote beaches of the Pacific Ocean. Due to complex geopolitical factors and lack of accessibility, the Pacific has been deprived of the development that Colombia has seen in recent decades. This has allowed the region to preserve its remarkable cultural and natural wealth, which has remained completely untouched to this day.
The entire tropical rainforest of Colombia's west coast is only accessible by road, which is why this region is still so unexplored and wild. It is a primarily African descendant region that has incredible potential in terms of biodiversity, gastronomy and cultural heritage. For a long time, the region was less considered by discerning guests due to the simple hotel options. However, as a new lodge has recently become available for more discerning travellers, we are pleased to introduce these new destinations to you.