SAN ANDRES

Almost forty scuba diving sites, one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, a blue sea that’s also green and even purple, people brimming with friendliness… to name but a few of the charms of the islands of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, located in the Colombian Caribbean.

This group of islands, located about 230 kilometers east of mainland Central America and 750 kilometers north of mainland Colombia, was declared a UNESCO world biosphere site in the year 2000, the “Seaflower Biosphere Reserve”. The reserve site is not just the islands and its outlying cays; it also takes in 10% of the Caribbean Sea, covering an expanse of over 300 thousand square kilometers.

  • Travelers flock to these paradisiacal islands from all over the world in search of perfect sunsets, white beaches and towering palm trees that sway in the breeze and, coupled with the carefree smiles of the local islanders, make this destination one of the best places to spend a tropical vacation.

  • In this tiny paradise English, Spanish, pirate and buccaneer influences blended with the afro-descendent communities to give rise to a broad and wealthy culture. In fact, to this day you’re likely to hear the islanders speak Creole, a unique mix of Elizabethan English, Spanish and African dialects.

  • But, don’t worry! San Andrés locals also speak Spanish and English, so you’ll have no problem getting around and communicating. This cultural mix has left its mark on the music, which features rhythms like reggae, reggaeton, soca, calypso, merengue, vallenato and salsa.

DISCOVER SAN ANDRES
4 Days/ 3 Nights

  • DAY 1 SAN ANDRES

    Reception and transfer from airport to the hotel of your choice.
    Overnight in San Andres.

  • DAY 2 SAN ANDRES – CITY TOUR

    Breakfast
    City Tour around San Andres island, starting with a first stop about 20 minutes at “La Cueva de Morgan” (Morgan’s Cave), where the pirate Henry Morgan used to hide the stolen treasures from the Spanish galleons. We continue our tour going to the natural sea pool placed in west view; there you can take a bath for about 15 minutes in the charming 07 colors sea. Next, we will visit the “Hoyo Soplador” that is a wonderful natural phenomenon, the South Bay beach and San Luis, a beautiful area full of history and culture. Return to the hotel.
    Overnight in San Andres.

  • DAY 3 JOHNNY CAY-HAYNES CAY & MANGROVES

    Breakfast
    It starts from the Casa de la Cultura pier. Transfer on board a speedboat from San Andres Island to Johnny Cay; there you will enjoy the beach, the incredible view of a seven color’s sea and a delicious typical lunch. Then, between 13:00 and 14:00 hrs. you will go through the island’s bay to the mangroves in Old Point. Finally, you will visit the aquarium islet to have a near contact with the stingrays of the place. Rest of the day at leisure.
    Overnight in San Andres.

  • DAY 4 SAN ANDRES

    Breakfast
    On due time, we will be driven to the airport to board the flight to the next destination.


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