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Firstly, on approach there will be many shop keepers who try to get you to park in there place with no charge. However they expect you to buy drinks etc in order to stay there. Entry is free but you will walk through many tourist...More
El Hoyo Soplador (blow hole) is a must, particularly when the sea is a bit choppy and the waves produce a fabulous spectacle.
Be prepared to get soaked, however, that IS the objective of the visit - you'll soon dry up.
There are quite a...More
Picture a beautiful place that nature has carved into the earth. Something wonderful to behold. Then picture people building a McDonalds, souvenir shop, t-shirt shop, Starbucks, trinket shop almost on top of it. It’s disgusting and ruined. Honestly I wish I never went because it...More
If you go there make sure that there are high waves. The day we went there the sea was calm and we just saw a hole in the bottom.
Also be prepared to purchase some drinks at the bars around the hole. This is like...More
We went looking for the Blow Hole . We stopped at a local business close to it and were told we had to buy a drink in order for them to show us the blow hole. We were astonished at the request and ended up...More
It's a must see in San Andres.. It won't blow that much without big waves. So go with high tide..
There's no entrance fee per se. But they ask you to purchase something from the stores.. A cocktail is always a good option.. Try the...More
You will encounter an open hole in the ground with closely huddled vendor sheds. It was horribly presented and unremarkable. We were terribly disappointed. Watch your kids and your step. I would also watch pockets as folks huddle around the hole and it is a...More
Nothing to see! It was years ago a very interesting nature view . Unfortunately now is just a hole in the middle of horrible constructions for garbage sales. It’s incredible , les that one meter and you have those kiosks !
Beautiful natural wonder at the south end of the island. No need to join a tour (overrated and unnecessary), just take a bus (less than $1, the drivers will help you get on the right line) to el hoyo soplador. There is a nice restaurant...More