Sleeping with Jungle Sounds in Sapzurro, Colombia
The town charged 30,000 pesos ($10) for anchoring, water included and gave us a receipt. We handed them our plastic garbage bag, hoping they burn it. Recently, more tourists are visiting this village. There are no banks or ATMs. A local person exchanged Dollars to Pesos. (20% lower exchange rate) There is a place to buy Diesel and fuel. John filled up Diesel and paid with dollars. We hiked to nearby waterfall (Cascada La Diana) and also to Cabo Tiburon. We were told by a local person that it is important to carry documents in case we ended up passing the border to Panama. The Wifi internet was not available in Sapzurro when we visited. My tiGO simcard didn’t work. I would love to see this village on Google Earth, especially the nearby Pan-American Highway that connects from Alaska all the way to Cape Horn, Chile, but missing about 90 km in the Darian Gap (a break in the Pan-American Highway) in Panama and Colombia.