Arena Blanca Hotel
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... hot and there were no proper footpaths, it also ended up being about an hour away. When we finally did get there, about 10 minutes off from literally melting into the road, we found it was absolutely beautiful. Crystal aqua waters, palm trees on the beach, rum bars at hand and the sun shining. We walked/snorkelled out the the island where there was a natural aquarium next to the island with lots of coral and lots of fish. We snorkelled ...
... The boat stopped about 20 meters from the island, we snorkelled to the island and walked across it, which was about 20 meters wide, to the other side where the boat picked us up. We then headed into a mangrove cove where we saw a small manta ray fly out of the water. Last stop was the island called Acuario where it was sting ray feeding time. We jumped out of the boat into chest deep water where the sting rays and other fish were swimming around our feet. Our guide ...
... Andres residents are descendents of Jamaican slaves.
When I was at the airport ready to board my flight to Panama, I was asked by a Copa employee to provide proof of onward travel from Panama. I didn't have anything booked leaving from Panama, so he said a couldn't board the flight. After about 20 minutes of debating the rule with him in Spanish, he finally got permission to let me board the flight if I could provide proof of traveling back to the United States.
... to spy on tropical fish, visit to johnny cay island- a mini san andres- and on our final day a bicycle trip around the island. Its all flat and outside of san andres town there was almost no traffic so this was a very pleasant ride right along the coast. Stopped at road side shacks for beer, coconut, jumpoing into the sea, wading out to a shipwreck carrying our bags on our heads. all the usuals. The only improvement that might ...
... smaller but similar inlet on the way (cant remember the name though!)
Cost: 15,000 pesos for the boat plus 4,000 to enter the island.
Well unless you are a very accomplished long distance swimmer you have one option - to fly. You can fly here from Bogata, Medellin, Santa Marta or Cartagena.
VivaColumbia (Columbia's budget airline) flies direct from Medellin so flights are naturally cheapest from there - starting at around ...