Today you visit the Isla Caño Nature Reserve. An early morning start for the 1-hour journey by boat to this uninhabited Pacific island.
Following your arrival your guide takes you to the archaeological site on the islands central plateau. Here, scientists found grave artefacts, decorative items like the mysterious perfectly spherical granite balls, a testimony to a bygone Indian culture. During your visit you are aware of the striking vegetational difference between the mainland and that of the island.
At noon you can enjoy a beach picnic.
Finally you have enough time to swim in the warm sea (do not forget bathing suits!), to sunbath or to just stroll along the beautiful sandy beach.
For the active, snorkelling in the crystal clear water around the coral reef (snorkelling equipment is provided at an additional cost). In the late afternoon we leave this island paradise the return trip to your lodge and maybe, with a little luck, get to see Dolphins swimming in the wild.
We would like to thank all our guests who have been travelling with us since 1994 in the most beautiful time of the year - their well-deserved holidays. When developing itineraries for groups and individual travelers, selecting our local service partners and caring about the well-being of our guests, we always focus on the highest possible quality standards. Since the founding of Amadeus Travel, we have been committed to sustainable tourism as the only long-term viable form of tourism, e.g. through our social commitment, visiting and supporting private and state nature reserves as well as the training of our team and experienced, fully licenced tour guides.