Sol Caribe Campo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Sol Caribe Campo San Andres Island
Travel Blogs from San Andres Island
... 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 ...
... of the larger ones and we each got to hold it and pat it and wear it on our backs :p it was an incredible experience. We headed back to our hostel exhausted but finally happy. 21st - we had to change hostels as the one we were staying in was booked out. Luckily the owner had a place around the corner for a couple of dollars extra but we got a private room, private bathroom, tv and lots of space and no one else around! It's great. So we switched places and decided to go ...
... 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.
... made would have been brakes on the bikes. pedalling backwards and scraping feet along floor was a finely tuned art- and safe to say there were a few minor collisions with one another. Chuck in all night salsa, mojitos and fresh grilled fish and its a recipe for the perfect getaway.
I was sad to leave, but theres only so much lazing on the beach one girl can take. Back to the mainland, and the traveller lifestyle again it was
... when booking with on-line with Vivacolumbia it is highly likely you will not be able to pay for it on-line with your credit card (they don't accept foreign credit cards - although this seems to be a problem for other airlines as well at times) so you have two options - get to know a friendly Colombian with a local credit card, such as the people running your hostel or you have an option to pay through a system known as Balato (there are no additional charges for this). ...