Coyuca Lagoon – a beautiful fresh water lagoon located 6.2 miles north of Acapulco – is about 10.5 miles long, 4.9 miles wide and has a maximum depth of 23 feet. Considered as one of the most magnificent natural attractions of Acapulco, the stunning Coyuca Lagoon boasts thick palms, coconut trees, mangrove, floating hyacinths, and an amazing variety of flowers. The exotic islands of this tropical landscape have been the backdrop for numerous Hollywood movies including “Rambo: First Blood Part II” and “The African Queen.”
The Coyuca is a tropical paradise for nature lovers, water-skiers and other water sport enthusiasts. This 28-square-mile lagoon is a bird sanctuary for over 250 bird species. Step aboard your own private boat and cruise along the Isla Presidio, Isla Montosa, Barra de Coyuca, and Isla de los Pájaros islands surrounding the Coyuca Lagoon to watch different varieties of bird species including black and white herons, pelicans, ducks, marabús, avocetas, gulls, and storks to name a few in their natural habitat. The waters of Coyuca are home to 14 different species of edible fish such as robalo, mojarra, pargo de piedra, cuatete, lisa, bagre and carp and freshwater shrimp and crabs, making it a great place for enjoying fishing activities. You can visit its nearby Pie de la Cuesta island to watch its dramatic sunset views. Its clear blue waters are the perfect setting for cruising and water skiing. It is also an ideal place for horseback riders and sunset fanatics. The ideal way to end your adventurous day in Coyuca Lagoon is to relax in a deck chair while sipping your favorite drink.
If you want to have the ultimate vacation experience in Acapulco, nothing beats cruising this magnificent Coyuca Lagoon aboard your own private luxury yacht. Our luxury yacht charters combine the utmost luxury, privacy and comfort with the adventure of cruising on the Coyuca waters. Send an online request for yacht charter reservations and pricing information to us via EMAIL by clicking on this link or call the number directly at the top of the page to speak to your charter consultant!