San Andres Island lies in the southwest of the Caribbean Sea approximately 160 km northeast of Costa Rica. The island is part of the Sonflower UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The waters are consistently warm, with an average temperature of 27°C all year round, and horizontal visibility often exceeds 30 meters.
The two-hour tour is divided into two locations. The first spot is is a shipwreck, taking about 45 minutes. The second site is a reef zone with living coral and hundreds of fish. This stop will also take about 45 minutes.
The underwater world of San Andres is an exotic and beautiful tropical paradise in the Caribbean. The visibility under water is wonderfully clear, ranging between 24 and 30 meters.