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Cruises from San Andres Island & all San Andres Island cruises for  2020

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San Andrés and Providence is an archipelago of tropical islands in the Caribbean. They are located much closer to Nicaragua than to Colombia. San Andrés is the largest island. It has wide pink and white beaches, coral reefs, coconut trees and a very friendly population. This relaxing place is good for long periods of fishing, diving and duty-free shopping. Be prepared for expensive food as nearly everything is imported, including fresh water. The island has rich floral diversity in its vast mangrove swamps, the largest mangrove forest on the island being the Old Mangrove Point Regional Park.

There are 12 mangrove forests in red, black and white colors, rich with many species of flora and fauna revitalizing the ecosystem. There are also coconut palm trees, breadfruit trees, tall growth of local trees, green and lush pastoral lands and farm lands. The population is grouped around a few residential areas. San Andrés, known locally as El Centro, is the largest town, as well as the most developed commercial and tourist hub of the island. The population is grouped around a few residential areas. Swimming with stingrays, snorkeling and diving coral reefs with a visibility of 30m are some activities visitors enjoy.

They can also relax to the simple rhythm of reggae, admire nature parks, walk on deserted beaches, and enjoy the slow passage of time. Tourists are amazed at the colours of marine life; have fun with activities such as kite surfing, windsurfing and jet skiing; swim in natural pools where waves have sculpted the rocks; and taste dishes prepared with the best of Caribbean lobster, snapper, crab, snail and more. On the eastern coast of the island is San Luis with an impressive stretch of white-sand beach.