Peter Baaten, Benjamnin Krause
The UNESCO National Park Malpelo is located in the Eastern Pacific, roughly 500 kilometres off the Colombian coast. Malpelo belongs to a sea corridor, which connects other World Heritage sites such as the Galapagos Islands, Coiba and the Coconut Islands. The island, almost 35 hectares in size, is the heart of a nature reserve, which is not recognisable as such at first sight.
The nature reserve itself covers an area of around 8500 square kilometres. Ten further, small islands, none of which are bigger than the literal needle in a haystack, are the only landmarks of this region in the vastness of the East Pacific.
Be part of the dream and accompany our expedition in the Pacific and experience an adventure, full of stunning images and breath-taking colours. All in magnificent 3D!