Colombia - San Andres & Providencia (PDF Chapter)
This is the San Andrés & Providencia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Colombia guidebook.
The archipelago of San Andrés and Providencia is geographically located near to Nicaragua, historically tied to England and politically part of Colombia. You’ll find isolated beaches, un-spoiled coral reefs, an alluring island flavor, and the 300-year-old English-Creole-speaking Rai-zal culture.
- drink coco locos on the gorgeous Bahía Suroeste while watching the sunset
- lie on Providencia’s busiest beach, Bahía Aguadulce, and still encounter only a few dozen other people
- dig your toes into the pristine sands of the stunning 4-hectare Johnny Cay Natural Re-gional Park
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: San Andrés, Providencia.
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