Colomitos is actually located in the municipality of Cabo Corrientes, just 30 minutes drive from the romantic area of Puerto Vallarta. Colomitos is perhaps one of the smallest in Mexico, with approximately 8 meters wide it’s all a little paradise. Its sand is soft, its turquoise waters and the beauty that surrounds it is magical.
You can enjoy contact with nature while walking the hiking trails in the jungle; snorkel and marvel at the marine fauna; Take incredible photos or just spend a moment of tranquility.
You can arrive by land or sea. Land route in private cars. Take the coastal road to Barra de Navidad, from the romantic zone of Puerto Vallarta. You can also take an urban truck to Boca de Tomatlan in Basilio Badillo street, crossing with Constitution Street in Olas Altas. Just keep in mind that the closest you can get to Colomitos by land is the nearby town called Boca de Tomatlan; do not worry, this town is very close to the beach.
Once you are in Boca de Tomatlán you can walk to Colomitos through the jungle; It is a journey of approximately 40 minutes. Or you can arrive by sea from Boca paying a boat that will take you and bring you; We recommend asking the price before boarding any boat.
Like any visit to the beach, going to Colomitos is an activity that should be practiced with conscience. We recommend eating well before your visit, since the road is long and you will want to be in Colomitos for a few hours. It’s your fault, take your food in tupperware. It is important to keep this jewel of nature clean and beautiful, do not pollute by throwing garbage.
So, visiting the beach of Colomitos is undoubtedly an experience without equal that you should try when you visit Puerto Vallarta or Cabo Corrientes.