Litibu beach. | Wild Camping

Mexico

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Last Visited: about 3 years ago
GPS: 20.808989, -105.479161
Altitude: 5.0 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

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

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

Almost free camping at beach access/small car park. Just off the beach, under a nice shady tree near the end of town. There was a public portaloo toilet. Otherwise no amenities. We walked about 1km along the beach to the resorts and used their pool and outside shower (access straight off the beach). A few locals parked up during the day, no problems with camping there. Felt safe.

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This place is permanently closed.

This place is not closed we stayed there for 2 nights and it was very good. Right next to the very quiet beach. Perfect spot !

Update: Site has been cleared for house construction and the beach access road no longer offers privacy. Stealth camping in van or truck still possible. Tent camping on the beach.

quiet at night, everybody was friendly. no facilities and nobody charged because it's public. expansive beach. the two lots next to the parking spots are not federal, they are private property. the land on the beach is federal and therefore you can hangout there. not sure if you can pitch a tent there though, I'm sure it's not a problem really.

We camped at this spot for the night at the end of a very short dirt road (30-50 metres) leading to beach access. There is no longer a porta-toilet there. The beach is very nice and quiet. There is another spot a hundred meters or so before this one, next to a large private garden of some sort facing the ocean, that can accommodate a car or van. Note there is a sign that says camping is prohibited but it doesn't say it is prohibited in these two little parking spots. There isn't much for food and water in nearby Higuera Blanca but you can find basic necessities at Mini Super Diego.

The owner of this property is now charging a small fee (50 pesos per person) for beach camping here. The space is clean and well maintained, but has no amenities. You can find wifi in the resort down the beach (la tranquila) but no cell service or internet in the actual parking area. Seemed safe, no issues. Great beach for surfing and swimming!

Great beach not a lot of people in October. Several places along this beach that you can camp with an overland style rig.

we camped here for a few nights with no problems! really nice, quiet beach with palapas. it's a small lane for beach access and locals park here during the day for the beach but at night it's empty. we had police Park near us one night for an hour but they never asked us to move so no problems! the town itself is quiet too!

Free camping at beach access/small car park. Just off the beach, under a nice shady tree near the end of town. There was a public portaloo toilet. Otherwise no amenities. We walked about 1km along the beach to the resorts and used their pool and outside shower (access straight off the beach). A few locals parked up during the day, no problems with camping there. Felt safe.