ISLA FUERTE COLOMBIA – BEAUTIFUL AND STILL UNKNOWN
AN ISLAND IN THE CARIBBEAN THAT YOU… DO NOT KNOW IT EXIST!
Peaceful and natural enviroment
About Isla Fuerte Colombia
Isla Fuerte Colombia, a small island in the Caribbean Sea of the northern coast. It is part of the chain of Islands formed by the Rosario Islands, the Archipelago of San Bernardo and Tortuguilla. The Island has an area of 3.25 km2 and elevation of 12 meter.
Population and Flora & Fauna Isla Fuerte Colombia
The island has a population of around 2000, mostly of African descent. The island is encircled by coral reefs and scattered rocks where fish and other ocean creatures gather. Isla fuerte has trees spread throughout with royal palms, mangos, and a giant ancient Walking Tree. The island has over 80 species of birds, which can be found in and around the mangroves.
Touristy (surf) season Isla Fuerte Colombia
High tourist season is in January, Semana Santa and Easter, and mid June to mid July. During these times the island sees a lot of visitors from all over Colombia, and it can be an exciting time to visit. The rest of the year, the island is less crowded, and the pace of life slows down.
Surf season is from November to April, and there are also waves in July. When there aren’t waves, the ocean is calm and clear, perfect for stand up paddleboarding, and snorkelling and diving around the reefs.
Towards the end of April, occasional rains provide relief from the dry season, and this continues through June. Heavier rains fall from August to November.