Book with us a day of beach, sand and reggae music in the islands of Johnny Cay, Haynes Cay and Acuario, without a doubt one of the activities that is a must during your visit to San Andrés. These places are surrounded by landscapes that are classified as the most beautiful of the Caribbean in Colombia.
Begin sailing for Rose Cay, also know as El Acuario, a natural environment where you can interact with fishes and Stingrays in the most natural way, which has made these animals get used to being fed by the visitors. You just go into the water and let yourself get carried away by the experience of sharing a morning surrounded by this natural ecosystem.
You can take advantage of the facilities and water sports available in Rose Cay or walk to Haynes Cay, which it’s located only 50 meters away and it’s surrounded by palm trees that spread a blanket of shade, perfect to relax and look at the landscape. It is up to you if you decide to include some popular activities, such as taking a tour in a glass-bottom boat and swimming with manta rays; or rent snorkel equipment to experience to the fullest the beauty of the crystal-clear water, the fish and the starfish that live there.
The tour continues to Johnny Cay, known not only for its famous blue sea and white sand that will make you feel like you have walked straight into a postcard, but also for its varied fresh sea food restaurants and bars where you will have the possibility to try the famous cocktail Coco Loco or the Piña Colada. We are sure that once you get there you won’t want to leave, so you can extend your day on this paradise beach until 3:30 p.m. and then go back to San Andrés.
Round trip boat transportation
Food and drinks
Entrance fee to Johnny Cay $2,5 USD
Tour in glass bottom boat and manta ray tour
Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. with departures every 20 minutes
Return schedule 1:30 p.m. or 3:30 p.m.
We recommend you to arrive to the meeting point at least 10 minutes ahead of the tour departure time
Don't forget to bring a camera, water shoes, a towel, sunscreen and mineral water
The tourist information given on the boat is in English and Spanish
Boat departures begin at 9:00 a.m. and go every 20 minutes until 10:00 a.m. You can return from Johnny Cay at 1:30 p.m. or 3:30 p.m.