El Califin | Wild Camping

Mexico

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
8.6 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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In the middle of some cactuses with a great view to the Mar if Cortez. Next to the road.

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Beautiful spot on the beach with no cell service and big waves, well for Baja at least. 4-6’ swells. Only a handful of people here and it’s Saturday. 30 minutes from La Paz

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This was an amazing find. It's close to LaPaz, but without the crowds at Tecalotè or Pichilingue. After we found it, it became our #1 boondock place in the area. lots of private spots and very few people come down to setup. It even has usable Telcel service.

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really lovely place. Amazing sunrise across the bay to La Paz!
A few local fishermen came on Sunday morning, there were a couple local families camping on the beach. There was a van, a huge 5th wheel, and our 30foot motorhome. Everyone snuggled into their own nice spots.
A bit of road noise, but nothing too bad. We really liked it here!

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Loved this spot, we made it all the way to the north end with our fifth wheel. quiet spot, only saw a few locals who came to fish.

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It’s a flat sandy area wedged between the highway and the sea. There are several sandy roads through the cactus which allow acres to the entire area. Dark gray sand closer to the water is soft and easy to get stuck in. The northern half of the beach makes for excellent swimming in flat water over sand. The southern half is a pretty but rocky beach. No services. Weak Telcel signal comes and goes. Popular area for locals to picnic and come for a swim. Beautiful night skies and total silence.
Note we were driven out of here in late April 2022 by a massive infestation of flies that filled our van. Otherwise an excellent stopping place.

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Easy to get to with any kind of vehicle. Watch out for some of the roads they are sandy if you have a big rig. Beautiful place, not good for swimming, water is nice but beach is rocky and there is a lot of seaweed. Great spot to spend the night though! I got here on a Saturday and there was one other person here.

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Deserted beach. Be careful and don’t go to close to the beach because you might get stucked. Spent 1 night here, really quiet and perfect to enjoy the stars and the moonrise!

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nous avons campé en tente au bord de la plage l'emplacement est agréable mais assez pollué par les déchets. une famille et un couple sont venus passer une partie de la soirée sur la plage. notre voiture c'est embourbée le soir en arrivant (nous étions trop près de la plage) heureusement nous avons été aidé au matin par un local après deux heures de labeur.

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Many spots to camp next to the beach but visible from the road. Plenty of fire wood. Cows are grazing around and birds signing. I saw one tent and one shelter in the bushes. There is an old palapas on the left side of the beach. There was an other person while I was there. I made a fire and nobody came. Soft sand in the first entry. The 2nd and 3rd one (next to an old building) were hard.

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Stayed here one night. No trouble and felt safe enough. Great views in the morning

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From the mapped point a track leads down to a sort of a dispersed camping area on the beach with quite a few places to choose from. Suitable for almost any kind of vehicle. Nothing special though.

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In the middle of some cactuses with a great view to the Mar if Cortez. Next to the road.

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