San Andrés, sus cayos y sus mares son y seguirán siendo de Colombia.
Johnny Cay se manifiesta contra el fallo de la Corte Internacional de Justicia
Nuestra generación no puede pasar a la historia como la que dejo perder mas de 75.000 Kilómetros de mar, debemos pronunciarnos para que el Gobierno no acate el injusto fallo que despoja a la patria de gran parte de su riqueza marina y el sustento de nuestros compatriotas Sanandresanos, en Popayán, como en el resto del País, saldremos a manifestarnos para defender nuestra soberanía.
Pristine Beaches...Great reef. Very laid back.
We divide our time between Bogota Colombia and Springvile, Utah. We recently went to San Andres / Providencia to dive. We have use both Louis Banda of banda dive shop and Sea Garden. Banda knows the area better and geared to more advanced divers.
We saw plenty of Stingrays. Squid. Barrcuda. There are many sunken ships around both islands, a sunken 737 (in pieces but still cool) a freighter, and a great night life.
We have stayed at the Decameron Mar Azul and we liked it but thought the food was repetitive after a very few days. (Its an all inclusive) We have also stayed at the Sun Rise hotel. We hated it. Don't go there. TERRIBLE service.
There is a good night life there. Lots of fun things to see on the island. The blow hole was my fave. The most fun, however, is that at night, around 5 or so you can go out to Johnny Cay and feed the stingrays. This was the most fun. I also recommend renting one of the golf carts to take you around the island (about 3 hours).
San Andres is safe, easy to get to from Bogotá and not well known... and hence less tourists. Most of the dive operators speak english.
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