Punta Hansa Vacation Packages
Go to the Johnny Cay. It's an interesting place to stop in at while you are in Punta Hansa.
Even though this region is off the beaten track, there are plenty of things to experience in the vicinity of Punta Hansa. If you are keen to experience more of the region, head less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) to San Andres. Here you can pay a visit to the Johnny Cay and San Luis Beach.
If the weather forecast isn't that great, go to San Andres y Providencia's craft workshops.
Take a big breath and let your worries melt away as you have a go at this region's relaxing pursuits such as sunbathing and beach combing. The wider region has plenty of outdoor options for active travelers with an affinity for watersports. Snorkeling and swimming are just two of the popular pastimes here.
Impress those who live here by speaking, using some practical Spanish phrases. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" is good to know. In English, it means "Would you like to dance with me?" You'll also realise that knowing how to say "Este caballero pagará por todo", which translates to "This gentleman will pay for everything", can be a good conservation starter.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, bid a fond Adiós (farewell) to the people you've got to know and the spots you've been.
Accommodation in Punta Hansa
Punta Hansa offers tourism and business accommodations to suit both families and individuals. Through our lodging page, visitors can compare up to 54 Punta Hansa lodging options.
Two examples of the upscale Punta Hansa options in which you'll find some of the most comfortable amenities in town, are the Decameron Aquarium All Inclusive, at Av. Colombia # 1-19, and the Decameron Los Delfines All Inclusive, at Ave, Colombia #1B-86. Alternatively, if you're on a tight budget, you'll be sure to find a bargain at the Hotel Arena Blanca, at Calle 2 No. 1 - 51, Punta Hansa, or the Decameron Maryland All Inclusive, at Av Colombia 9-38.