Sunidup
Island

You already know that you want to experience it?!

Relax and visit San Blas

You will go deep into the cave to see the rock formations, pools of water, some filled with hundreds of tiny fish, various colorful frogs and most importantly, thousands of bats! At several locations, the ceiling of the cave opens and you will be standing in amazing shafts of pure sunlight that illuminate the cave and all its wonders.

The Itinerary

Meeting Point: The driver will go and pick you up at your hotel or home between 5 and 5.30am.

It takes about 5 hours to get to San Blas, 4 hours by road and 1 hour on the boat.

Once you arrive on your island, you will be given your hut and once you drop your stuff, you will go on an excursion to see 3 islands. Those islands change everytime but usually the Natural Pool is included where you get to see starfish.

You’ll get the afternoon to relax and enjoy the island.

The next day, you will be leaving the island around 10 am.

When

Contact us to check availibility!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

What you should know before going to San Blas:

+ There is barely any electricity

+ There is almost no cellphone reception

+ Snorkelling is amazing there, if you don’t have your attire, you can usually rent some for $3 a day

+ If you are not a good swimmer, you should still try to snorkel, don’t hesitate to ask for a life jacket or bring your own floats!

+ The road to egt to San Blas + the boat make a lots of people sick, take your road sickness pills!

+ If you are vegetarian, you should let the people know in advance, all meal include fish.

+ Bring water!

We recommend to bring your own beers and/or bottle of rum, some games or music instrument to share with everyone else in the evening. They sell alcohol on the island but licors are a bit expensive and they run out of beer quickly.

Includes

Transportation

Tax

Visit of 3 islands

one night

sea water SHOWER

LUNCH, Dinner and Breakfast

NOT INCLUDED :

DINNER FOR THE NEXT DAY IF YOU WISH TO STAY LONGER

LANGOSTINAS

The fresh air, the silence (and the distinct lack of WI-FI), gave us permission to switch off and just be without having to be productive or engaged in any kind of activity. In San Blas, hard-core relaxation is your sole goal.
Rosemary
San Blas is beautiful. The first thing I've noticed was the clear water and those beautiful landscape with white sands and nice people. I recommending spending the night and talking to local people.
Sergio
Snorkelling in San Blas is amazing. I have twice already and every time I spent a decent amount of time butt up, head under water to see the variety of fishes, sea oursins, lobsters, corals and more.
Julie

$115
per person