Gorgona is an island in the Pacific Ocean, with a unique marine ecosystem and island. It is an ideal destination for ecotourism and wildlife research given its coral reef ecosystems and rainforest tropical. This natural paradise is rich in freshwater streams. This reserve includes Gorgonilla Island, three islands and the surrounding marine area. The island is covered by 85% by thick tropical jungle.
There is a diversity of marine species. For example dolphins, porpoises, whales and humpback whales. Corals are the foundation of marine biological wealth. On land fauna is rich in a variety of reptiles, turtles and alligators. On the other hand, include trees such as oak, laurel and palm trees near the beach.
In 1984 Gorgona was declared World Heritage by Unesco and the following year the Colombian government declared it a national park.
The highest rainfall months are September and October. The lowest rainfall occurs in February and March. The relative humidity is 90% and the average temperature is 27 º C.
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