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Boat Tours - Boating Providencia and Santa Catalina - Colombia

Make a complete circle of Providence and Santa Catalina in a boat. Group tours leave every day for a morning at sea, visiting Crab Cay, Lovers Bridge, Morgan's Head (a large rock that, from the right angle, resembles a human head in profile), Machineel Beach and other sites. Unfortunately, all the tours seem to show up at the same places at the same times.


You can also charter a boat to take in the above sites—and even more. Ask to be taken to places others don't go—like the best snorkeling spots. The advantage is that you can arrive when the group tours aren't there, and thus more peaceful. Share the cost with other travelers, and it turns out to be the better option.

Location:


Providencia and Santa Catalina, Colombia

Boating Types:
Boating

Getting There
Hotels can arrange a ticket on a group tour, or contact Body Contact Tours. To privately charter a boat, ask at your hotel or for a recommended local fisherman. Hippy in Aguadulce and Pirate Morgan Hotel also arrange charters for tour, snorkeling and fishing excursions.

Travel Tips:

Price Description: Group boat tours cost about $17 per person, including lunch; to charter a boat for an all-day, private tours costs about $200 (split amongst all passengers).

Relative price: Mid-Range

Travel Skills: None

You Need to Bring: Bring swim suit and snorkeling gear; sunblock (or suntan lotion), hat and a light shirt to cover up from the sun when you've had enough.


Currencies accepted
Colombian Peso










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