Playa de Spratt Bight, San Andres Island

4.5
#2 of 37 in Outdoors in San Andres Island
Relax on a vibrant and dynamic beach filled with tourist activity at Playa de Spratt Bight. Stretch out on the fine white sand and gaze at the clear multitoned water, read a book, or take a refreshing dip in the calm sea. Beach umbrellas and lounge chairs dot the length of the beach, but you'll need to rent them from the responsible kiosk. To visit Playa de Spratt Bight and get the most from your holiday in San Andres Island, create itinerary details personal to you using our San Andres Island day trip planner.
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  • The beach is beautiful and calm waters, the place is perfect to relax and enjoy a sea day with blue and green waters, there are food vendors and you can have lunch on the beach, be careful with those who rent the tents are cheaters arrive at 2 and I was told that I could stay until I wanted and at 5pm I get the islander that rented the tent telling me that I should already pick it up because the time is until 5pm, I also rented a jet ski in 100 thousand pesos supposedly for 40 minutes and at 25 or 30 minutes calls you n to tell you that the time is up I recommend to bring a watch to count the time of the rental of the bike, as far as the beach is beautiful, quiet and I recommend getting type 10am.
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  • San Andrés Islands, is a magnificent island, a space with a lot of potential, I am professional in the hotel and tourist market, I know very well the subject and here I also express myself as a tourist. Well, I was mentioned during a talk by some foreign tourists with which we connected During the tour to Johnny Cay, "the island is very nice but it still lacks"... The scarcity or deficiencies are reflected, I think, that by multiple factors that initiate by the total neglect of the central government, followed by the cancer of corruption that eats up our whole country, going very importantly, by the hague's failures in the face of the ineptitude of battle of our government. Most of its people have a very special behavior and are aware that for now the only strong activity that sustains the island is tourism, unfortunately a few people overshadow that attitude of service, they abuse the tourist and always seek to take out personal gain. It can be a more of a lack of education and tourist awareness, I remember three specific cases, the first happened in kiosk where we embarked Johnny Cay, trying to buy some masks and footwear for the beach, a market where you can haggle turned out to be more expensive than in the warehouses of the center, in what already mentions the abuse towards the tourist, the very rude seller did not agree to negotiate. On the other hand, in the warehouses of cosmetics, perfumes and spirits the sellers have more the attitude of a watchman, than that of a real salesman, if you travel with children, they can not even look at the items on display, because they think they will be destroyed, of course, there are children as children, but for an object I was going to buy that my 6-year-old son took, the saleswoman almost shaved it out of her hand thinking it would hurt him... "I've already told my son to take it and we're going to pay for it, " I'm so annoyed by this lady's rudeness, that I left the article and left without buying anything. The last case, was when renting a "mule or mulita" a sturdy golf vehicle to tour the island, they gave me a car in bad condition that I was turned off throughout the tour, i was delivered supposedly full of gasoline, but I discovered going to tank that I had been enced In short, in matters of service I must highlight the magnificent attitude and quality in customer handling to the taxi driver who provided me with the pick-up service and taken to the airport, Mr. Davis magnificent ambassador of the island, also the lady of the toilet of the apartment we rent and table attention at Mahi mahi restaurant. Central government please pay attention to the island, it is a tourist focus with a lot of potential, requires a lot of investment. Sanadresanos good vibes that there are many, teach those few how to provide a quality service, teach them to have attitude, good manners, will and humanism... they live in a paradise, like not enjoying and stimulating themselves with their beautiful landscapes, sunrises and sunsets....
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