About 40 dive sites; beaches of soft white sand; blue sea but also green and lilac ... The islands of San Andrés, Providence and Santa Catalina, in the southwestern Caribbean, greeting travelers from around the world in search of these perfect postcards to verify that in the breeze, coconuts and carefree smiles of its inhabitants lives the joy of Colombia.
What to do in San Andrés
In the islands, a UNESCO Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, tourists are amazed with the colors of marine life; have fun with activities such as kite surfing, windsurfing and jet skiing; swimming in natural pools where waves have sculpted the rocks and taste dishes prepared with the best of Caribbean lobster, snapper, crab, snail and more.
Swimming with stingrays, snorkeling and diving coral reefs with a visibility of 30 meters are some plans that visitors who come to the islands of San Andrés, Providence and Santa Catalina most enjoy. Visitors can also relax with the simple rhythm of reggae, admire nature parks, walk on deserted beaches and enjoy the slow passage of time.
Swimming in natural pools, sunbathing on quiet beaches, dancing to reggae and learning about the history of the archipelago are on the list of programs for travelers to San Andrés.