Bahía Malaga: of all destinations we offer on the pacific coast, this one is easiest and least expensive to reach, as you don’t have to take a small airplane. From salsa capital of the world Cali you are taken to port city Buenaventura by private transport, which is about a 2.5-hour drive. From there, a boat heading north takes you in less than an hour alongside the pacific coastline to small town Juanchaco. Here you are picked up by either an old-school jeep or mototaxi to drop you off at your hotel on the beach of Ladrilleros.
Isla Gorgona: in order to reach this dream island, you will fly in a small airplane over the jungle to the coastal town of Guapi. There are a few airlines operating the international airport Juan Casiano with daily flights. From there, you board a two-hour boat to Gorgona.
The main mode of transportation within and around Bahía Malaga and Isla Gorgona is by little boats, dugout canoe and by foot.
San Cipriano: the only way to reach it is by way of a unique transportation system invented by the locals: small wooden open train carts called ‘brujitas’ using the railway tracks operated by either a hand-pumped cart or one attached to a motorbike.