There may not be a better place in the world to relax than in the temperate crystal clear waters of the Caribbean sea surrounding San Andrés. This is quite simply a paradise for divers, snorkelers, and adventurers alike. A place where it is easy to get lost in your imagination, discover peace and tranquility, and forget about the outside world.
This group of islands located 750 km north of Colombia in the Caribbean includes 3 main islands, San Andres, Providencia, and Santa Catalina, along with many smaller cays and islands as well. The Dutch, English, Spanish along with many other pirates, including the famous Henry Morgan, have occupied this group of islands. It is rumored that much of his treasure is still hidden in an underwater cave somewhere in San Andrés to this day.
Amongst many other attractions, San Andres is famous for its pleasant waters with an amazing range of sea life. People travel from all over the world to dive and snorkel around this beautiful island or take a short trip by boat to one of the many smaller islands located close by for something even more remote like Johnny Cay, Rocky Cay, or Cayo Rocoso. Others simply enjoy soaking in the tropical waters surrounding this breathtaking island with an amazing seven shades of Blue.
As well as enjoying the amazing waters of this tropical paradise its possible to take a golf cart tour of the island, listen to the tropical reggae tunes in one of the many cafes and bars, explore the many other beaches, inlets, bays, nature reserves and much more.
This is a destination where from the moment you arrive the rhythm of your heart changes to the calming flow of the waves. A place where you can swim, snorkel, or dive with an astounding array of breathtaking sea life in a number of locations. This is a destination where the excitement and energy of the Caribbean life is alive. A place it is possible to explore where pirates once ruled. These are the must-see islands of any tropical holiday!
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