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La Coralina Bay
Tropical Treasure

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Sitting on an entire bay and one of Bocas del Toro’s finest white sand beaches, La Coralina Island House offers the idyllic island escape of days gone by. To a soundtrack of whispering coconut palms and the sigh of the turquoise Caribbean Sea, our house provides spectacular views, seclusion, and the balance of indoor/outdoor living with exceptional private villas and rooms, magical gardens, world class restaurants and bars, and a holistic wellness spa.


Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Panama's first National Marine Park, Bocas del Toro has become one of Panama's most visited eco-tourism destinations. Considered the Galapagos of the Caribbean, the archipelago of Bocas del Toro is also one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth.

It is a one-hour flight from Panama City or a 90-minute flight from San José in Costa Rica.


Life is about the people you meet and the things you create with them. Human connection is the driving force for us.

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La Coralina Bay also hosts Coral Nation, a non-profit organization committed to preserving marine ecosystems through the engagement of local communities, scientific research and protecting biodiversity. We are regenerating damaged coral reefs by establishing ocean and land-based coral nurseries.


We transplant coral clones onto degraded areas of the reef. When these coral fragments grow, they help to recreate reef habitats. This allows marine life to return and strengthens the reef against future damage.
One Ocean. One Future. One Tribe. One Nation. Join our movement. Let's save the corals together.


Bocas del Toro is a province of Panama comprising an island chain off the Caribbean coast, plus a section of nearby mainland with biodiverse rainforest. 

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