The transport(motorboat) to island is a little bit dangerous (many bumps), the lunch provided is OK(batacon, coconut rice, fish or chicken and salad), but the fresh water finished earlier. The tent is a paid benefit. About the natural beauty, I did not identify any extraordinary difference, except the sharks, that you can not see in other beaches in San Andres... 更多
Make sure you spend a day on Cayo Bolivar! It is not cheap and trips don't go daily, also depending on weather conditions. So start trying from the beginning. The boat trip there is supposed to be rough, but either I was lucky or people are easily scared as I had a good trip there and back. Lunch and drinks... 更多
If you go to San Andres there are things you MUST do, going to Cayo Bolivar is certainly one of them. This little island is a 50 min boat trip from SA. We bought tickets at a very good operator, Portofino, just close to our hotel (very organized, clean, safe and comfortable). The island has the most clear water I... 更多
Gorgeous beaches and water on a secluded island. Tons of sea shells line the shores and blue lizards crawl through the shrubs. Three nurse sharks regularly circle the key, but don't worry-- they don't bite. The locals the operate the boats feed them. Snorkeling is so so. I didn't see much coral, but that's not the main draw. The only... 更多
This key is an awsome beach and it is a wonderful spot for diving. You have visit this place which is the most beautiful beach of San Andres. It is a virging beach with white sand and turquoise water. However be prepared to take a rocky ride of 45 minutes to get there. You can take a speed boat tour... 更多
The long ride there was bumpy but fun and totally worth it. Amazing white sand, saw sharks snorkeling incredibly blue water...impressive
It is an very small beautiful island in the middle of the ocean 40 minutes from San Andres Island. You will feel like been at Gilligan's Island. Nice and romantic place.
I was in San Andrés Island....it is a beautiful place....i never saw a sea like i saw there.. seven tons of gray..i mean blue,kkk I went to Cayo Bolivar,and certainly,it was the most beautiful place i ever seen. the way to go there ,must be improove,it's a litle be scary,but..i'm alive. A lot of shell's,white sann and so on. I... 更多
The trip to the island takes 45 minutes on a little boat. It's not a nice trip, some people can throw up because the boats are not comfortable enough and hit so much on the open sea. The island is uninhabited and has no infrastructure. This trip is an adventure, indeed.
There's a bumpy 40 minute ride to get to this paradise. I thought it was good fun, my girlfriend thought it was a nightmare. Try to get a sit closer to the boat captain, where things go smoother. And have in mind that this is a paradise, one of the most beautiful places you'll ever see. Obviously there's nothing to... 更多