Business Class Flights to San Andres

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Getting the best deal for your business class travel to San Andres is very much depending on the place of your departure as well as the final destination, the airport you will be arriving to. There are several daily connections to choose from, mainly from mainland Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama and also from Canada. Travelers from European airports have no other option, than transit through International Airport in Bogota, or any other Colombian airport serving charters to San Andres.

Though you can book your business class flight to San Andres all year around, booking well in advance is essential especially during the peak seasons (December to January and June to July) as flights during this time may be short of supply. You can search online for the best deals available or contact your travel agent who will be happy to help to find the best available flight that will suit your budget and your needs.

If you are not on the budget, and if you don’t mind splurging few hundreds more on your ticket, then look for the business premier class seats if possible. Most of the premier class seats also include additional facilities that will make your flight more pleasurable and you will fly to San Andres in style. Large beds with pillows and duvet, high resolution LCD screen with on-demand movies, in-seat power port and adequate personal items storage to name a few. Most of the European Airliners offers stopovers in Costa Rica or Bogota, where you can stay for night or two.

Apart from your shirt and suit for your business needs, shorts, flip-flops and plenty of sunscreen is what you will need in this so-casual archipelago. Whether you are coming to San Andres to open a fruit smoothie bar or close an important business deal, if you have few days to spare on your business trip, bring a swimming gear and underwater camera with you too. Mosquito repellent and sea-sickness pills are also essential.

Fun Activities for Your Next Vacation

Scuba Diving

When we hear the word vacation our thoughts are instantly filled with dreams of the beach, sunny skies, and complete relaxation. While relaxation is definitely an important part of a good vacation, an exciting activity can make for a memorable event.  Part of doing a fun activity is choosing the right destination. It’d be pretty difficult to go repelling if you were in the Salt flats.

Similarly, finding the right adventure is about doing your research so that you end up in the best spot. Before you purchase your plane tickets and book your hotel you should read several reviews and see what people are saying about the places they visited. Or you can make a list of things you would like to do and then find a location that offers those activities. Here are a few activities to get your creative thoughts flowing:

  • Go on a Zip-Line– Talk about high adventure! A zip-line is a great way to get a rush of adrenaline in a safe atmosphere. It you’re not familiar with what a zip-lines is, it’s when a strong metal rope is attach from one high point on a tree to a lower point on another tree usually a couple hundred yards away. You then wear a special harness and lock into the zip-line and ride it from high end to low. There are safety nets below in case you’re worried about equipment failure but the sport is extremely safe.
  • Go Scuba Diving– A great activity for your high adventure vacation is some scuba diving. Now you definitely don’t want to scuba dive in water with low visibility, otherwise the furthest you’ll see if your hand in front of your face. Warm water beaches have some of the most beautiful underwater wild life.
  • Rent an ATV– There’s nothing wrong with renting an RV for your next vacation, but how much more fun would you have blasting over the sandy beaches on an ATV. Sand-rails and quads provide 4 wheels for stability and a sense of safety, and most are capable of reaches speeds in excess of 60 mph. This could be just the ticket for the closet thrill-seeker.
  • Take Surfing Lessons– Surfing may be a lot more difficult in person than it looks on TV, but it is every bit as entertaining. Surfing is a great way to enjoy the ocean in a way other than sitting on a lawn chair working on your tan. Maybe it’s time you got out and gave it a try. Sure you’ll probably have some embarrassing falls, but that’s part of the fun. Surfing can be a great couples activity for you and your significant other.

Making the most out of your next vacation is about picking activities that are unique and will stand out. Having an excellent time is about having the right attitude. So when you plan your next trip, plan to do something out of the usual, and have some fun!

Micah Castro is a freelance writer for RV Renovators. RV Renovators specializes in custom RV service and repair.

Top 3 Central American Real Estate And Tourism Markets

San Pedro Beach in Ambergris Caye, Belize. Pho...
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US buyers looking to purchase overseas property or experience new cultures don’t have to look very far.  Just south of the border lies Central America and a cluster of beautiful countries with affordable real estate options, a host of tourist attractions and a low cost of living.  To make things more enticing, many of the governments of the region have put together special incentive programs to attract international buyers, tourists and retirees to their shores.

Nicaragua – An overlooked gem that does not get that much press attention.  It has put its conflict ridden past behind it and is slowly emerging on the world tourism and investment map.  In 2010 more than 1 million visitors landed in Nicaragua, which is more than ever before.  The real estate options in Nicaragua are plentiful and diverse with investors choosing from historic colonial properties in Granada, lake view options and Pacific coast real estate around San Juan del Sur.  Here’s more on Nicaragua real estate.

Costa Rica – Costa Rica has been attracting US retirees and investors for decades and has the largest population of US expatriates in the region.  Some parts of the country, such as the northern Guanacaste region, have emerged as mature vacation destinations with major hospitality brands rubbing shoulders with signature golf courses.  But it’s still possible to find hidden pockets with much lower prices.   Check out the southern Pacific and the Caribbean coasts for example.  The Central Valley area around San Jose is also popular amount US retirees.

Belize – For many years Ambergris Caye was the only vacation destination that people spoke about when discussing Belize.  While the island still retains its position as the most important location for both tourism and investment, other locations are not far behind.  The Placencia Peninsula for example is starting to attract investor interest and is developing fast on the back of infrastructure improvements and amenity upgrades.  Other areas such as Corozal and Hopkins are also worth a closer look.  Here’s more on Belize real estate.

Top 3 Central American Real Estate And Tourism Markets

San Pedro Beach in Ambergris Caye, Belize. Pho...
Image via Wikipedia

US buyers looking to purchase overseas property or experience new cultures don’t have to look very far.  Just south of the border lies Central America and a cluster of beautiful countries with affordable real estate options, a host of tourist attractions and a low cost of living.  To make things more enticing, many of the governments of the region have put together special incentive programs to attract international buyers, tourists and retirees to their shores.

Nicaragua – An overlooked gem that does not get that much press attention.  It has put its conflict ridden past behind it and is slowly emerging on the world tourism and investment map.  In 2010 more than 1 million visitors landed in Nicaragua, which is more than ever before.  The real estate options in Nicaragua are plentiful and diverse with investors choosing from historic colonial properties in Granada, lake view options and Pacific coast real estate around San Juan del Sur.  Here’s more on Nicaragua real estate.

Costa Rica – Costa Rica has been attracting US retirees and investors for decades and has the largest population of US expatriates in the region.  Some parts of the country, such as the northern Guanacaste region, have emerged as mature vacation destinations with major hospitality brands rubbing shoulders with signature golf courses.  But it’s still possible to find hidden pockets with much lower prices.   Check out the southern Pacific and the Caribbean coasts for example.  The Central Valley area around San Jose is also popular amount US retirees.

Belize – For many years Ambergris Caye was the only vacation destination that people spoke about when discussing Belize.  While the island still retains its position as the most important location for both tourism and investment, other locations are not far behind.  The Placencia Peninsula for example is starting to attract investor interest and is developing fast on the back of infrastructure improvements and amenity upgrades.  Other areas such as Corozal and Hopkins are also worth a closer look.  Here’s more on Belize real estate.