Sunshine Paradise Inn, Providencia and Santa Catalina, Colombia

Sunshine Paradise Inn is located on the beautiful island of Santa Catalina, the smallest of the archipelago islands. It is a virgin island that is approximately one square kilometer with 200 inhabitants, 99% of which are Raizal who speak Creole. It is through them that we have all the history and culture of this island: customs and traditions, cuisine, religion, traditional dance, etc. This territory along with its beaches and reefs are protected. Fort Warwick is located here.

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Latitude: 13.382876 Longitude: -81.37268 Elevation: 3 ft
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Specialities and Highlights

Santa Catalina is a natural herbal, aromatic, culinary and medicinal herb-rich island with all kinds of tropical fruit trees, fauna and a great variety of endemic and migratory birds. The sea that surrounds it, has a variety of fish and crustaceans, which can be observed from the inn.

The inn is a quiet, tranquil and safe place. There are no transit motor vehicles and walking is the norm. The beach of Santa Catalina is a 10 minute walk from the inn and the ecological trail that takes you to Morgan's Head is just a 20 minute stroll. Some of the activities available in Santa Catalina are: snorkeling, kayaking, artisanal fishing, and bird watching. 

Hours Open

Service hours are from 6:00 am – 8:00 pm.


Seasons Open

All year round.

Price Style for this Establishment

High season - December 15 – January 15, and Easter: $90,000 (US $55.00 aprox.) per person. 

Mid season - June - August: $80,000 (US $48.00 aprox.) per person.

Low season - February, May, September, November: $70,000 (US $42.00 aprox.) per person.

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

The architectural design of our property allows us to maximize the use of natural daylight, whereby we conserve and diminish energy consumption. We use energy saving light bulbs and eco air conditioning by using gas, which reduces energy consumption and diminishes emissions. We recycle and reuse plastic water bottles and use rain water to irrigate our plants. We also educate our guests on the non-consumption of banned, threatened or endangered species.



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