Blue Apple Beach

The happiest hotel in the Caribbean

Kick off your shoes and find your happy place. Blue Apple Beach was designed from the start as an escape from the daily grind—a sunny paradise where the music flows as freely as the rosé. The gorgeous Colombian-Caribbean beach takes center stage at the hotel, allowing you to rejuvenate by doing nothing at all, or seize the day with a scuba session or horseback riding. Blue Apple Beach is also dedicated to improving the lives of the residents of Bocachica, a community on an undeveloped island. In 2018, the hotel formed a nonprofit organization called Green Apple to unite several hotels and restaurants in the region in promoting sustainability and reducing waste.

Highlights & Activities

Stylish Cabanas
Stay in one of the eco-chic cabanas, featuring private plunge pools and hammocks.
Blue Apple Beach
Blue Apple Beach
Weekend Dance Parties
Let loose, groove to the beat and party like a local at the hotel's weekly DJ dance party.
Beachside Sun Loungers
There's no better place to soak up the sun than your own lounger on the beach.
Blue Apple Beach
Blue Apple Beach
Horseback Riding
Tierra Bomba is larger than you think, and riding is one way to see the whole island.
Diving
Explore the ocean depths with an immersive diving excursion off the coast of Tierra Bomba.
Blue Apple Beach
Blue Apple Beach
Water Sports
Paddleboarding, snorkeling, the options to get your feet wet are endless.

Regenerative Impact

The happiest hotel in the Caribbean may be well-known for its lively weekend dance parties, but it is as dedicated to outstanding hospitality as it is to creating both environmental and social impact.

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Resort Location

Blue Apple Beach

Hotel Address

Isla Tierra Bomba, Colombia

Closest Airport

Cartagena

Travel Time From Airport

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