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Balandra Beach

2,762 Reviews

Balandra Beach

2,762 Reviews
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Uri V wrote a review Sep 14
2 contributions1 helpful vote
We went to Balandra Beach on Sep 14. At the entrance there is a line of cars in front of a road block. They allow a car enter once amother car leaves the area. Once you enter you can't drive to the Balandra Beach, you can only go to Playa Escondido. The beach there is ok. The local tour agency told us that the Balandra isn't closed but they only allow 120 people to drive in and it fills our pretty quickly in the morning. You can also take a water taxi from Escondido to Balandra Beach and it costa you 2000 pesos for 4 people (price tag at a restaurant at farest left side of Escondido. Hopefully this is helpful to whomever decides to go there.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Guillermo M wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Don't come to Baja or La Paz during the pandemic. Is a ghost town and the customer services are the worst. All. I mean all the beaches are closed. Near and far. I understand the social distances criteria. However, how I'm going to transmit the virus at an empty beach is beyond me. Save your money and go somewhere else.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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qcesaadventurer wrote a review Aug 2020
Los Cabos, Mexico1 contribution
exquisite location, if mars had water in the past it would probably looked like this, in fact this scenery looks out of this world!
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Date of experience: July 2020
OSCAR OMAR wrote a review Jul 2020
Quintana Roo, Mexico319 contributions42 helpful votes
Easy to get from La Paz to Balandra Beach, half an hour by car, taxi or bus. beach where you can walk for up to 800 meters with the water at your waist and 100% transparent full of colorful and shaped fish. Between 2 hills and a cliff is this wonderful beach where the famous mushroom-shaped rock naturally eroded by the wind is found. a beach worth visiting because it is the only one in the world like that, do not waste time and when you go to La Paz or Los Cabos go visit it is a 2 hour drive to Los Cabos, passing through Todos Santos town that you have to know too . Area protected by La Marina de Mexico with parking and eating areas. You can take any type of drinks, food and umbrellas for you to spend an excellent day. You can also camp as it is guarded and 100% safe.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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bknn wrote a review Apr 2020
New York City, New York143 contributions51 helpful votes
A bus from the local bus terminal will bring you here in 45 minutes. It feels like you're in another world with the gorgeous scenery. Bring food and drinks. There are only a few small carts with snacks and water.
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Date of experience: March 2020