The beautiful Rosario Islands were declared a Colombia National Park in 1977 by the State Ecological Authority. The Park’s coral reefs, sea flora and fauna, mangroves and lagoons contain more than 1,300 species of plants and animals, native to the islands.
The Natural Park Regulations protect the sea floor and its eco-system, the islands, wildlife and preserve the overall ecology. Tourists from around the world come to learn, admire and enjoy the natural life of the underwater Natural Park. Park visitors are encouraged to protect the delicate environment by not littering, not buying any animals or plants (dead or alive) and respecting the flora and fauna.
For those wishing to spend a few days here, there are some houses for rent, along with a choice of comfortable hotels and restaurants.Read more
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