The best places to stay in town are all located near El Centro in the north of San Andrés.
You can see this island () from the beaches of Spratt Bight, where tourists can observe migratory birds and iguanas. It is a pristine natural setting with beautiful beaches formed by coral reefs. Eat delicious fish dishes in the little kiosks, while locals brighten the day with local sounds and reggae music. You can only get here by boat. so agree the price of the trip with operators.
Johnny Cay is a small oceanic islet (cay) near the island of San Andrés declared a Regional Natural Park in 2000. Located on the north side, and characterized by having marine and coastal ecosystems of great importance such as sandy beaches, seabeds sandy areas, reef patches, coral reefs and a land area with diversity of vegetation and permitted uses, where conservation zones and general multiple-use zone predominate. It is currently one of the most visited tourist sites in the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve. This protected area has an area of 44 hectares and 854 visitors can enjoy the park simultaneously per day according to their carrying capacity, which makes it an important source of direct employment for approximately 100 families on the islands. Coralina works hand in hand with the community of tourist service providers who work in the park, which have been in the park for 30 years (even before it was a park), and they are linked to the processes of solid waste management, environmental education, conservation of the Raizal culture and improvement of the physical infrastructure.
Jhonny Cay Natural Regional Park is located in:
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