Between Panama and Colombia, the Darien region marks the limit between Central America and South America. On the Colombian side, the Darien is located in the Choco department. This isolated region is characterized by wetlands, beaches and forests, as well as its Afro-Carribean culture. With its deserted beaches and tropical forests, it is a true little paradise. Off the beaten tracks, between hikes, discovery of the fauna and flora, Cana turtles watching, or some ‘farniente’ getaway to a deserted beach, it is a new world still untouched by tourism that we would like you to discover.