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You could be easily skip this beach unless you have an interest in local fishermen.
They let their black dogs run in a pack and more that one dog has been attacked.
Many of us won’t return because of the bad vibe.
We arrived to this beach on the hotel road because the other road was full of water. We saw a local on the way and he told us to be careful because the current is very strong.
We got to the beach and there were...More
Rough Pacific Ocean but beautiful beach. A section is reserved for a fishing cooperative. The boats go out early in the morning. When they return in the afternoon it’s exciting to watch the boats circle then speed up and land directly on the beach. The...More
Vacant beach, nothing but waves making noise.
We strolled past the fisherman on the south end of the beach and walked forever without seeing a soul.
The water was a bit nuts but it’s the ocean.
We shelled very little to find. Found some cool...More
Great hike, took about 3 hours round trip. You gotta take photos of all the views around you. No sea lion sightings but a dip in the ocean at the end (really middle) felt great. Take a swimsuit or wear something that can get wet...More
We pulled off around Km 54 on Highway 19 on our drive back to Cabo from Todos Santos at the El Faro sign. Down a dirt road, bear left and follow the signs for Hotel San Cristobal. There is an unpaved parking lot next door....More