Top 5 Must Do's in San Andres

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San Andres Must Do’s make up a small list that encompasses a lot of fun. A lot of the fun activity is centered on the beach and in the Caribbean Sea, but to have fun, you need to do some preparations beforehand. Snorkeling, diving and water skiing coupled with sunbathing are some of the beautiful must do’s that await you here. Though San Andres is in Colombia, it does not have the security problems which seem to plague the rest of the country, perhaps because it is a separate island. This is good news for the savvy tourist, who can get a great, safe vacation for an affordable price.

1. Sunbathing

This is a great place to just relax and do nothing. You have 40 beaches in San Andres to enjoy, and there are 9 to 10 hours you can take advantage of every day on beautiful white sand beaches. So get some sunscreen, and get ready to do absolutely nothing. Sun Andres is one of the best places in the whole world to do nothing, and Johnny Cay Key is the quintessential spot for this.

2. Snorkeling and Diving

There are a lot of inhabited and uninhabited islands and cays around San Andres, so if you have the adventure spirit, there are some great exploring opportunities. First, start with the West View Natural Pool, where you can both swim and feed the fish. There are sea cucumbers, sea urchins, and beautiful corals here for you to see, and this place offers deals you won’t quite believe. A 3-hour snorkeling trip could cost you as little as $15. The fish variety is also quite incredible. You do need to be careful, however, around some of the reefs. The current is very strong, and you need to respect that and use a rope or some sort of a harness. Acuario Key is another great place to snorkel.

3. Water Sports

You have some great choices for water sports in San Andres. You can definitely surf, but apart from that, you can kitesurf. Of course, you can also water ski. And if your cup of tea is just regular calm sailing, then you can do that as well.

4. Old Pirates Hideaway

When you think of the Caribbean Sea, pirates are probably among the images that come to mind. If this is something that excites you, then you definitely need to visit Morgan’s Cave, which was known as a hideaway back when the pirates roamed the Caribbean.

5. Blowing Hole

The blowing hole is a natural geyser that exists right in the rock. Depending on the force of the waves, you can see geysers shooting well up to the 15 meter mark.

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