Hoyo Soplador, San Andres Island

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#4 of 7 in Nature in San Andres Island
Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
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Don't stand too close to Hoyo Soplador, or you might get soaked. The small hole in the ground, located at the southern end of San Andres Island, shoots up incredibly strong jets of water when waves crash into the shore. Due to a series of underground coral formations, the water and air become so pressurized that they are forced straight up, creating the fountain-like phenomenon. Make Hoyo Soplador part of your personalized San Andres Island itinerary using our San Andres Island journey planning app.
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  • This attraction is super short and super fun! You stand around the hole and the air dislocation from the waves literally blows you away. Just see the tourists going thru it is a good time. Highly... 
    This attraction is super short and super fun! You stand around the hole and the air dislocation from the waves literally blows you away. Just see the tourists going thru it is a good time. Highly...  more »
  • I was here in june of 2021, what I like most was the entrance that was totally free, the experience of felt all the strong wind of the sea in my face was incredible, the service next to the atraction....  more
    I was here in june of 2021, what I like most was the entrance that was totally free, the experience of felt all the strong wind of the sea in my face was incredible, the service next to the atraction....  more »
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  • Just pressure air coming out from a hole due to waves pressure under the rocks, but be careful the people is mean. The place is public there is no obligation to drink anything, but people in there stab one of our wheels to force us to stay there and buy stuff they said the wheel just blew up by itself but that was a big lie, a native told us that they had used to do that even taking the fuel out from the vehicles to force people stay and consume, so be careful they are all the same kind very mean
  • Many souvenir shops, good food and beverages. They geyser is free to see. Recommend going when there is strong tidal changes or big waves occurring

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