Barú is a place of tourist boom, most of the beaches are private, owned by private individuals or tourism ventures except Playa Blanca, which is the only public beach. You will cross the island from North to South, you will see beautiful landscapes among those the archipelago of the Rosario Islands. From there we will follow an unpaved road to reach Barú, a beautiful town located on the tip of the island, surrounded by mangroves, formed by the race of enslaved blacks that with their customs joined an indigenous population and with more than 300 years of history achieved today's Barú. There we will enjoy a combination of ecotourism, history, architecture, gastronomy, art and culture. You can bathe in a beautiful beach very quiet and rest at the sound of birds.
There will be several environments in the same walk. Seeing your photos will give the appearance of having known several places, it is one, our beautiful island of Barú.