The natural beauty of Colombia
February 5, 2013

To visit Colombia is to fall in love with it. From the moment you first glimpse the mountains and lush rainforest from your plane window you will feel like you’ve been transported to another world.

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The dense rainforest borders the Pacific with areas of 2km stretches of beach. Perfect for a stroll in the tropical temperatures and to forget about anything that could possibly cause any stress.

On top of the lush vegetation there is the animal life, too. Between July and October you could be lucky enough to see humpback whales leaving from the South Pole and embarking upon their annual migration – a sight that would be sure to remain with you for your life time.

If you time your trip in the ocean right, you can even float in the water and hear the whales communicating with each other in song. If you don’t happen to visit Colombia during the whales’ migration then you could still hope to see the bottlenose, spinner or spotted dolphins playing in the water.

If you’re looking for a more planned way to see nature then consider a canoe tour to see some of the 1,876 species of birds, such as the capped herons or cinnamon woodpeckers. Colombia is home to the largest variety of birds in the world so you won’t be disappointed and your trip may even make a bird spotter out of you. Visit buy baclofen australia, baclofen price in australia, purchase baclofen in new baclofen cash delivery cod buy baclofen propecia 1mg buy online propecia online online no prescription canadian  Bales Worldwide for a range of escorted tours if you’re keen to see the sights around you through the eyes of an expert.

If you’re still upset about not seeing the migration of the whales then you may have timed your trip perfectly to be able to see the hatching of the turtles between September and January each year. Just be sure to respect your distance as the hatchlings are protected and vulnerable.