This place is closed now because “camping and resort” is now open. There is not much wild camping in this area at all.
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This place is closed now because “camping and resort” is now open. There is not much wild camping in this area at all.Report Check-In
Big parking lot by the beach. Level and maybe a little more breeze than the others. Beau et grand parking. Parfait pour tous les type de VR.Report Check-In
Check the other places along the way, this one is the best. Local guys that lived here since ever, take very good care of the place. Please stay here and support the local kids! They appreciate it a lot. They were super grateful for us staying here and not at Don taco since they can make some money to pay the water delivery truck, we have to be in huatulco tomorrow to meet with friends, but will definitely be back here to enjoy a couple of wonderful days at this amazing siteReport Check-In
lovely spot but the owner kept asking to borrow money from me which was kind of weird.Report Check-In
Yes, it’s primitive, but it actually is an established campground (exactly as described by the very first entry here) and not a parking lot. For us it was by far the most beautiful place in San Agustín as you camp right on the beach and not behind a restaurant like at all the other places. The beach stays beautiful and wide open even at high tides and a couple of steps to the north you find a marvelous undeveloped bay which is yours most of the day and night ...Report Check-In
Chilled spot on a beach which is popular with Mexican families. Snorkeling is on west end of beach. 100 pesos/night. You can get WiFi from El Capi (we paid 20 pesos). There are a few shops in town where you can get basic produce, beer, cheese and snacks.Report Check-In
All descriptions are up to date. The three amigos that stay there are very laid back and love to take guests snorkeling, spear fishing, or on a hike. You can negotiate price if you're staying longer and they'll also consider trading for useful things for them (ie clothes, tools, kitchen stuff, etc.) amazing beach, we ended up staying almost a week.Report Check-In
Nobody knew what "El Parie" was...The huge parking space is beside "El Capi" for the owner of the last little shop who's called "Capi" short for Capitain. It's a public parking so it's free. The locals were super nice with us, even showed us the place where we could go dump the grey and black water tanks! We went out on a boat with locals, 2 bahias left, great snorkeling...and we were alone! Wifi is available directly with Milky for 10$pesos/hour (check for the small blue hut with a tower beside it).Report Check-In
Nice spot at the end of a beautiful beach/ bay. The bathrooms are kept clean and the folks watching the place are kind. This beach had the best snorkeling we have seen yet and a gorgeous sunrise over the ocean!Report Check-In
Primitive camping area at end of road past restaurants for 100 pesos a night. Huge sandy lot. We camped right next to water. Bucket flush toilets. Fresh water available for bucket shower, dishes, etc. Can also shower at many of the restaurants for 10 pesos. Very quiet. Large covered building with hammocks you can use and collective primitive outdoor kitchen also with hammocks. Beach and water are beautiful. No telcel or wifi on beach. Good snorkeling at right end of beach. Owner has several dogs that will bark at you when you pull up, but they're all bark, no bite and very sweet when they get to know you. Amazing place. Kept very clean. We had trouble leaving. Planned on only a couple days, stayed for 8.Report Check-In