Where is Coral Island (Isla Coral)?

Located off the Pacific Coast of Mexico near Rincón de Guayabitos, Coral Island is a natural aquarium that offers a fantastic adventure for the entire family!

Coral Island is one of the many hidden treasures that make up the beautiful Riviera Nayarit, Mexico. To get there takes just a few minutes by boat from Rincón de Guayabitos. This is a must visit destintation for both locals and tourists.

You will enjoy the crystal-clear waters that surrounds Isla Coral, which is great for snorkeling and swimming among schools of colorful fish. If you’re so inspired, try your had on the Stand Up Paddle board. You’re going to fall in love with this Nayarit paradise!

How do I get to Isla Coral?

To get to Coral Island you have to take a boat from Rincón de Guayabitos. Don’t worry. It’s a very short ride. You can be on the island in less than 10 minutes. “How can I get to Rincón de Guayabitos?” is also a common question we get asked. We recommend booking a tour to Isla Coral from wherever you’re staying in the Riviera Nayarit. Coral Island is easily accessible from Sayulita, San Pancho, Punta de Mita or Puerto Vallarta. There are tour operators all over the region who offer the service to ensure you enjoy a full fun-filled holiday!

About Guayabitos MX

Guayabitos Mexico is located about an hour from the Puerto Vallarta Airport. It is one of 23 micro-destinations that make up the Riviera Nayarit. Guayabitos is certified as a clean beach destination, with an ample infrastructure of resort hotels and bungalows, and delicious restaurants right at the water’s edge. The local Mexican culture is fantastic. Don’t forget to savor the traditional “piñas locas” (crazy pineapples) and the “varitas de camarón” (shrimp shish kabobs)—they’re delicious!

Here’s a list of some can’t-miss beaches:

Banana boat tours and jet ski rentals are also favorite activities.

Click here for more water activities and things to do in the Riviera Nayarit including a tour of Isabel Island near San Blas.

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