Playa El Requeson | Established Campground

Mexico

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Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
4.2 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
ourroadlife.com

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Yes
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Not a bad stop on Bahía de Conception. Definitely more of a community based site, with little offerings when discussing amenities. Vendors are around all day long til the sun sets, and some people have generators, but there is a noise ordinance at 10 PM so that helps. The North side of the bay is much calmer, great for kayaking/paddleboards/swimming. $250 Pesos per night

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Superbe endroit calme et un superbe ambiance. Nous avons bien aimé cet endroit. Tout était parfait. Great!

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Sand beach and sand bar with water on both sides. Spectacular views on either side. Popular for paddle boarding. Several clean flush toilets. Fairly busy - gate doesn't open to leave until 8 am. 250 pesos per night. Would go there again

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Nice enough place. Placid bay. Packed in a little tight. Toilets were cleaned daily, but still a little gross. Fair amount of road noise, construction noise, and people noise as it seemed a bit of a party spot.

Locals camp there as well on weekends and they were the least noisy of the campers.

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We stay here a week 2/12-2/19! I admit, I was apprehensive due to the reports of aggressive dogs. I have two little dachshunds. We did keep good eye on them and rarely allowed them to “free” roam. The camp dogs were around. We actually were camped by part of the families place (Ruben and his wife). The dogs would daily go there passing our camp. We never had problems with them. At times, they came close. But, I would stomp my foot and they would run off. I did observe them with a German shepherd, Husky and a smaller dog. I did not see any aggression from the camp dogs Sunshine and Oreo! I can see why when approaching their area or running past they would be territorial.

We had a great stay there. Vendors were there daily. We kayaked around the area observing many starfish. The bathrooms were fine just bring toilet paper. The water was beautiful. The buzzards and ravens would make a mess from trash. Overall, we totally enjoyed our stay and the beauty of it all surpassed it all.

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So much more busy than my last visit but maybe because they have several clean flush toilets. Pretty place with beach front on both sides $250 Mx.

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Follow up to my experience yesterday: Although planning to depart today, I wanted to take my dog for one last walk to 'do her business'. This time, however I carried a small bat that I keep in my rig for self defense. When I walked past the gate, as far away from the caretakers house as I could get, one of them came out, pointed and laughed at me, as if to say 'if my dogs decide to attack you again that little bat will be of little use'. I ignored her and continued my walk down the beautiful beach. Upon returning to my rig, again trying to stay as far as possible from the caretakers three of the dogs again ran out and threatened us. I reacted immediately, waving my bat at them which stopped their charge and caused them to return to the shack in which they live. A few feet later an elderly women who is evidently one of the caretakers pointed to me and then my dog and made a 'slashing' motion across her throat, as if to say, 'you and your dog are as good as dead'. Needless to say and although I had paid for another day I packed up and left, never, ever to return again. These people are a disgrace and, needless to say should not be in the tourism business! : (

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I am at El Requeson now and it is a beautiful place with really nice beaches and views etc. Warning: the leaseholders, to whom you pay when you enter the 'campsite' have four very aggressive dogs. They normally run after you if you are walking your dog nearby and 'bluff charge' but this morning one of them attacked my 3 year old lab, completely unprovoked and bit her. Needless to say I was furious and complained bitterly but received nothing more than platitudes from the lease holders, one making the ridiculous comment that "they don't attack people". Unbelievable! If you have dogs please keep them well away from the entrance or they too will likely be attacked!

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Aggressive pack of dogs at entrance of the the beach, watch your dogs if you walk by there. Paid $250 Mxp

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Beautiful sunrises in the morning and the sound of the sea at night. Paid $250 to stay here. It has toilets. They were fairly clean. While it is somewhat crowded, it isn’t horrible.

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While trying to walk with my dog onto Requeson from the beach to the right (La Perla), three dogs came out of the house at the entrance, aggressively running towards and barking at my dog. I got them to stop by repeatedly throwing rocks in their direction. Unfortunate situation. Be careful if you have dogs.

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WE WILL RETURN

BAHIA CONCEPCION
South of Mulege, Bahia Concepcion is a bay within the Sea of Cortez that offers several beach-front boon-docking camping opportunities. Our first stop in the area was a stay at Playa Santispac.... although our favourite stop was here at Playa El Requeson.

PLAYA EL REQUESON
Dry Camping
It is requested that you pay about 250P per night
Negotiable

Arriving first thing in the morning, it was our sole objective to put us in the best possible position to obtain the point of the spit in regards to our camp-site. Upon arriving and finding the point open, we discovered that the person camping here had left only minutes earlier.

That said, during our 10-day stay... there were days were the place was literally full by night-fall.... then again on other days, we were one of five campers on the entire property.

Vendors made the rounds daily with a variety of offerings.... although not as consistently as Playa Santispac.

Additionally, we found Playa El Requeson to be absolutely quiet during the nights, where Playa Santispac had a livelier atmosphere.

PAYMENT
It was requested that you pay 250P per night
Negotiable
Cash Only

AMENITIES
Bathroom (we did not use)
Trash
Vendors
Safe

DUMP
Located for a fee or included in your night stay at Playa Santispac.

WATER
Aqua Purificada
Jorge… speaks English
26.89070,-111.98415
Next to Pemax Gas Station
Might have overhead obstruction… although if so…
Park next door in Panmex Gas Station and use hose.

TRASH
On property amenity

OVERALL
I would say this location exceeded our expectations. During my research I had a photo from the internet of an RV on the spit, just like us... and therefore my expectation of experiencing this magic was already set high. That said, we had no idea of the show we would be able to enjoy daily... as there were day-visitors, obvious internet influencers, models and other interesting activities that took place throughout the various days of our stay... along the spit.

Additionally, the bay split by the spit, truly offered up different water conditions, depending on weather patterns throughout the day... where one side may be wavier than the other a vice-a-versa. Additionally having the island that campers would circumvent via a short hike, or paddle around in the various crafts.. added just that additional special something that Playa Santispac did not have.

We will return

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Parked to the right just before the entrance as previous users said it should be free. After 30min a young guy asked for 250 pesos. Tried to friendly explain that we will stay here and not walk through the blocked entrance and won‘t use ameneties but also won‘t pay as it‘s federal land. He got mad, walked off and told us he‘ll call the police. We knew he won‘t do it but peace of mind was gone. 30min later an older guy knocked again on the door telling us that he aquired the right of use here and if we want to stay for free we would need to go in between requeson and la perla. I guess they just wanted us to leave so we won‘t tell others it should be free. In the end we left as the situation got to tensioned. Best would be to just boycott the whole beach.

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One of the most beautiful beaches in whole Baja. The beach is clean, sometimes it can get busy during the day, but at night only a few stay there. Perfect for swimming, SUP, kayak… during the day people come selling food…

Clean WC, no water, no electricity…

250 pesos for the night

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The most beautiful beach we saw in Baja. Cristal clear turquoise water right at your feet. Amazing.

Really quiet when we checked in on Friday night. Saturday was buuuuuuusy with locals enjoying the beach but nice to see.

Toilets were very nice. The best we found in beach campsite like this. 👌🏻

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price was $250 for us. they have water for sale (for washing,). only about 5 campers last night. gorgeous!

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I love this little beach. Camped right out on the spit.

Paid 200 pesos - they asked for 250. Place was almost deserted, so I knew they would come down.

Very clean - I saw one guy looking for, and picking up, dog poop.

Speaking of poo....bathrooms in the orange building around the corner are immaculate. Bring your own toilet paper, and throw it into the garbage can next to the toilet.

Toilet has no handle...but you just fill the can floating in the barrel of clean water, with water, and that will flush - no problem.

The water is amazing.

If you are self-sufficient, you could park directly to the right of the entrance, and not use the facilities - and not pay, as it's a federal beach.

But they do block you from entering until you pay, so things would get uncomfortable.

There are free beaches just above and below this spot, so up to you!

Personally, not having to bury my poo and hunt for a garbage can is worth it.

BTW...the pic with my car mirror (facing away from the entrance)....if you zoom in, you can see they are blocking the road.

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Me da una TREMENDA pena que la gente aquí quiera cobrar la entrada ILEGALMENTE a una playa que ES PÚBLICA. For all you foreigners visiting here, that 10 dollar charge YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO NOT PAY. Beaches in Mexico are Federal land, which means they're FREE. Don't let these people fool you, I'm really sorry that Mexican people are trying these cheap tricks on you. Don't be fooled. You're paying for "maintenance" and you walk a few meters up and there's trash everywhere. The bathrooms are DISGUSTING and these people trying to charge saying that they built the entrance to the beach without the government's help. That's bullocks. Who told them to build that in the first place???! Go enjoy this and all the other beaches because that IS YOUR RIGHT.

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We paid 200 pesos for one night. It was a bit crowded and there was no shadow at all. Our neighbors ran their generators until late at night. Bathrooms are as described. I was expecting more honestly…

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The beach is nice, but toilet is disgusting like old reviews. Wanted to charge me 400MX per night, good to have recent reviews! I highly recommend playa el Coyote!

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Gorgeous sandy beach! It seems like new facilities are being built but the toilets are currently disgusting. They have garbage cans but no other amenities. This spot is further from Mulege than the rest so the vendors coming to sell are fewer than in other spots. $200mx a night

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Beaches are federal therefore FREE … We spent the night on a flat spot on the right.

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The grounds were pretty clear here. Nice ocean noises and the car noise is minimal except for the occasional engine breaking trucks from 1.

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Lovely site. Windy in the day but calms right down at night.

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same things. We have seen lot of dolphins between 17h and 18h behind the isle during the kayak tour

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Beautiful beach...hiking kayaking 200 pesos...limited facilities...no showers

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Gorgeous place
Stayed there a few days just wow. Calm and very clean

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stayed 10 days in our 41' 5th wheel. very easy to navigate. we parked close to the water and enjoyed paddle boarding and clamming. The birds are fun to watch and we saw lots of stingrays, dolphins and a sea turtle. It was 200 pesos a night (U.S. $ or pesos). We got a night free since we stayed so long. There are a lot of vendors that come by. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. We will be back!

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Same as describe. Still 200 pesos.
Nice bay to paddle board. We saw sting rays!

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Lovely chill spot. Families often day trip. Quiet at night. Good kayaking. Friendly resident pups. Nice palapas. Bathrooms maintained and clean if odd construction. Lots of vendors selling blankets and souvenirs but not much useful. A fish monger comes by daily. Can rent kayaks.

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beautiful spot!! currently $200 pesos per night. very windy today, not sure if it's always like that or what. sandbar out to island and nice walk the other direction. def recommend this spot!

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Beautiful beach, can walk across sandbar to the island. 200 pesos per night. No hookups no cell service. didn't use the washroom. Very easy in and out.

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Waw... Endroit juste magnifique. De l'eau de chaque côté, stationné sur la plage. 200 pesos (10$) Ça le vaut vraiment! Enfin une plage propre!!!

Exploravan du QC au Costa Rica :)

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200MX Fee. Hard packed sand across the entire beach - there was a literal semi truck with trailer camping here, no problem. Beautiful sunrise. Of the two pit toilets, one is unbearably disgusting, and the other is *almost* bearably disgusting.

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Very busy. Spit of sand with water on both sides. Easy access from the road for any size rig. Rustic sanatorios. Great for meeting other travelers. Lots of kids. Scoring a palapa is a game changer if the wind comes up. Incredibly beautiful!

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Beautiful beach with very little road noise and clear water. 200 pesos per day, stayed 5 days. Lots of locals selling food, blankets, etc. Great for a SUP or kayak.

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hard packed sand, 200pesos to camp, 55 gal trash cans available plus some palapas, lots of english speaking folks camped, some late night boating/paddling kids, generator usage, and loud(er) talking.... it did quiet down by 11p

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Busy for a Tuesday. 100 day or 200 camping. Mostly Mexican day trippers near me which i like, friendly and chatty. My dogs are able to roam safely. Busy with big rvs, big trucks and trailers, it's more of a family place than budget camping travelers. Loud with generators and kids playing, so not a place for the Baja solitude and peace but gorgeous bay, shallow water, calm in the morning. Windy afternoon.

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Really pretty beach and an easy paved road down. A nice hike around the hills by the campsite, and some more small trails if you walk to the island at low tide. Really gorgeous views. unfortunately was really windy so couldn’t do much else while we were there - only ended up staying 1 night.

Didn’t even bother to use bathroom based on previous reviews. If you do dig a hole, please please do NOT bury your toilet paper. Pack it out !! This place was littered with toilet paper that undoubtedly got uncovered from the wind 🤮 it doesn’t seem like the “maintenance fee” is really doing any maintenance. So maybe bring some gloves/trash bags and do some cleaning up while there if that suits you.

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200 pesos "maintenance contribution" We paid once going in and stayed 2 nights. Beautiful beach, lots of local day trippers. Walked across to the island at low tide. Kayaked in the bioluminescence at night, felt like we were in avatar with rays lighting up as they jumped out of the water. Cool spot for drone shots if you can score the last palapa!

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Was not too crowded / noisy when I was there. Dirty

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Fantastic beach and no wind at for during our 3 day stay. Did lots of paddle boarding around the island. Ok snorkeling. Saw sting rays, sea stars and lots of fish in the lagoon.
Toilets ok. need to flush them by pouring a bucket of water.
have about 6 Palapas but lots of beach space.
200 pesos for camping, 100 pesos for day use.

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The beach is beautiful, the waters have fantastic colors of blue. The water is a bit chilly now, but plenty of people enjoying it. We walked over to the Island and climbed to the top for some fantastic views.
very few vendors, non too aggressive.
The bathrooms are uh....not on par with other beaches. You are supposed to add water to flush, but the water thing is empty, so you can imagine how the bathrooms look 🤢🤮.
Zero cell service, but I find that enjoyable. We will stay 2 nights and move on :)

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Best place to camp in Bahia Concepcion. 200p per night. nothing extra for palapla. make sure you arrive early to get one to protect from wind.

shuffle feet when walking in water as we saw several small stingrays.

bathrooms are gnarly, pee in the ocean if you can. otherwise, byotp and have a few shots of tequila ready for after to cleanse your soul.

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Beautiful beach, about 8 other rigs here on a Thursday when we arrived. About 6 palapas to choose from. Paid 200 pesos per night. Met some cools folks from all over the world, would stay here again.

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Stayed 2 nights, 200pesos per night per vehicle! There are some palapas, but you can stay wherever you like.. We were there with 5 others vans. Toilets are ok, if everyone flush correctly after usage! Need to bring your toilet paper. Nice snorkeling, paddle! Peoples cames to sell all kind of stuff, food and others.
We had a great time.

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One of the most quiet and beautiful beaches between Mulege and Loreto. Only with a backpack and without a vehicle noone asked me for any fee. I camped a bit away from the vehicles at the end of the beach. Depending on the tide you may have to walk through the water reaching up to your hips.

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Great little beach! We stayed here for two nights. Beach was clean and not the worst toilets I’ve seen in Baja. Great paddle boarding and snorkeling. Backside of the island has the best snorkeling. During the weekend it fills up with locals for the day but they clear out in the late afternoon. I think we were charged 200 pesos per night. I don’t think I’ve had a bad stay on the Bay.

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Beautiful unique place, great swimming, snorkeling, and places to hike. Dry camping but really loved our time here.

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Great spot! Our 30’ class C had no issues making it down to the beach.

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Beautiful beach camping along Bahia Concepcion coast. Palapas and fire rings. Pit toilets some of the worst we have seen. No cell coverage on Verizon. Road is easy access. Caretakers on site, current charge is 200 pesos for two people.

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Lovely beach spot good for snorkeling and paddle boarding around the sometime Island. 2000 pesos a night for palapa. Bathrooms clean. Very quiet at night.

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I guess I don’t have the skills of the rest of you ioverlanders. I was only able to talk him down to 300 for two nights. him and the other gentleman I spoke to were very firm, almost rude. Their sign did say contributions but he told me it was required. It was a nice beach, but TP was blowing in the wind.
They also told me not to put it on the Internet that I got a bargain.

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Woman wanted to have 200 pesos although we only arrived at 6pm shortly before she came around. We gave her 150. Beach is nice and loved that you can get over to the island.

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Windy afternoon when we arrived here 150 pesos we paid because it’s clean. At night we took out our paddle boat and explore the laguna! It’s full or luminescent plancton ! Wow our boat would make them move and light our way!!! So beautiful!
Next day we went around the island!

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The beach is indeed beautiful with the split and clear waters but not my favorite spot in Baja so far. You can hear and see the highway from it, the caretaker is asking 150 pesos per car (he agreed to 100 pesos) but he is really only taking off the garbage which other people leave around (I can carry my own garbage out...) and the toilets are really crap. Prefer to just use the bush in that case. In a nutshell, there are other spots as beautiful for free and, if you want to pay, there are other places with more adequate infrastructure for what are paying.

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Can't really understand the hype around this place in the reviews here. Yes, the two beaches left and right of the little island look nice, but not spectacular like I would have expected from the reviews.

The pit toilets were in a desolate state, but at least the beach was free of trash and there were recycling bins. The beach just right to it and between La Perla is full of trash though, so the collection seems to be limited to the small sandy patch.

We didn't stay because it was to packed for us and the toilets were terrible, but it is better looking then La Perla.

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Stayed 3 nights- Well worth the Pesos. Negotiated 100mxn per night. Hiking on the island, and side roads to walk on. Don’t miss this place!

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Passed though and looks like a great place to stop. Easy access and possible to kayak here. No amenities

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Beautiful and serene beach. No facilities save for disgusting pit toilets. 150 pesos. Easy access with 2 wheel drive

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Rated one of the top 10 beaches of Mexico and for a reason. You don’t have to pay the old lady and her son, because it’s federal land, but she does sell fresh fish and cleans up the beaches. It’s like 150$ or $8 US. We opted to show her some love.

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busy, noisy, toilets are....an adventure.

beautiful spot but weekend seems to be a bit crazy.

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nice spot, no electricity no toilet no showers.
spent there 1 night, nobodey ask for pay

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Beautiful beach and view. Few palapas on the beach, pit toilet (we did not use them), many recycling bins, not seen from highway and minimal noise, no snowbirds, we were just 2 cars on the beach. According to the previous reports, it was dirty beach and now it is super clean! Caretaker is doing great job. We saw him many times walking on the beach and clean everything. He is also fixing palapas, painting recycling bins and doing his best. He lives in first "house" on the beach. We felt very safe. Caretaker charged at morning 150 pesos per night and we were really happy to pay him, because he is doing great job here. For us the best beach in this area (and cheapest one). During low tide you can walk to nearby island. Enjoy!

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These coordinates are actually of Playa El Requeson.
We spent two nights here, the first night was not very busy, whereas the second one was.
The beach is beautiful, the conditions are way better than previously described. The lady who collected the contribution was around at 6am cleaning up the beach. There are just 4/5 palapas, but a lot of room on the beach.

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Best place ever. We drove to the edge of the sand bar - awesome spot! Beach is nice, water fine. We spent 3 nights there. It gets realy warm and windy after noon! Vendors with clothing, fish & kayaks came along.
In the evening a man collected 150$ "for camping", buthe collected trash!. We didn't use the pit toiletts ...

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Beach is beautiful, snorkeling is not great unless we couldn’t find the right spot. The island nearby is nice to explore. Would be good if you have kayaks. Vendors came by to sell various things. Bathrooms are the worst we have seen on our 4 months on the road so far, most of the palapas are falling apart. The entrance has a lot of garbage. The caretakers told us it was by donation only when we first arrived then later came by after sunset asking for 150 pesos. By this time it was too late for us to leave so we paid. He agreed to 100 pesos.

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awesome camp spot. Gabriela asks for $150 mxn to camp. toilets are very rustic but functional BYOTP. amazing sandbar and beach camping with Palapas. slept with the back door open to hear the water and let in the breeze, very safe

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we didn't stay as we found the place was too dirty for the fact that they ask 150 pesos to "maintain" it. we don't mind paying our part if it is worth it. not here unfortunately. instead we camped for free a bit down south on a rocky but clean and free of charge beach.

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Great busy location.. beach Federal Land is FREE....info at the entrance says 'contribution for maintaining' which some locals do give
150mxp was asked for. No hassle when you explain the above.

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This campsite is my favorite in all of Baja. We usually don’t pay for campsites, but this place was awesome and I can’t wait to come back! $150 for Palapas on a spit beach going to an island at low tide. Cutest sweetest puppy that greeted all campers as they woke up. Cute nice cat too.. no cell service although there is a bar/restaurant you can paddle to (or drive to) In the next cove north, with showers and WiFi and a popping taco Tuesday!The fisherman came by with their daily catch, everyday. Rug and sombrero vendors come by too... magical experience. We saw dolphins, turtles, sting rays, exotic fish and If we didn’t run out of food and water, we would have stayed longer! Toilets are standard Baja drop toilets that take a beating from the wind. They are totally “useable”

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on a sand spit cut off by high tide ! windy but nice!

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Loved this spot!! Good for any size rig! Very hard packed. The water is crystal clear and there’s even a sandbar you can walk across. Didn’t try the toilets. A guy did come to us right before dark and asked us for 150mx to stay for the night. We only stayed one night and it was totally worth it. There is a beach right before this one heading south and it looks like it would be free. Our 34ft Skoolie couldn’t fit down the road. Maybe good for a van!

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Camping in the paradise of El Requeson costs you 150 Pesos - very expensive compared to other free beach camping options on Baja but how much do you have to pay for a place like this elsewhere in the world? There are no facilities except unusable pit toilets. El Requeson is much quieter than the other bays at Laguna Concepción and it is the most beautiful beach.

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Pulled in to camp late afternoon.
Guy came around to collect $150mxn. Paid the man but he did not offer a receipt or slip. I took a picture of his ID and him as my receipt. In the morning, an old lady came around and tried to collect the same again. We argued a little and refused to pay. I showed her the picture of the other person and his ID and she shook her head, still wanting money. We refused and she eventually left.

The toilets are bad.
The area away from the beach is quite dirty with garbage and stuff.
The beach is busy with day use people who stop to take a picture and also with other travellers who stop to stretch their legs. We even had a semi truck and trailer pull down onto the beach for a break from the drive.

Nice beach, decent hike our on the “island” but I would stay elsewhere if I was given a choice next time.

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Beautiful place with nice views and a nasty version of a pit toilet. 150mxn for camping, 100mxn day use

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Just correcting the coordinates. Hopefully it works.
I have to say that the sand bar is cool.

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150$ pero night or 100$ for stay during the day.
too expensive in our opinion, because the toilets are dirty and a bit of rubbish around the place, but the landscape is beautiful.
we arrived around 6pm and we leave at 9 am so nobody asked us about money.
if you dont want to pay... haha

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150$ pero night or 100$ for stay during the day.
too expensive in our opinion, because the toilets are dirty and a bit of rubbish around the place, but the landscape is beautiful.
we arrived around 6pm and we leave at 9 am so nobody asked us about money.
if you dont want to pay... haha

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Amazing place ! And very quiet.
Accessible for big RV (30Ft or more), no need for 4WD or high clearance.

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Good place to stay the night, but can be windy.
Down fault: the sign definitively says 100 pesos and is not broken!
While collecting the price goes up to 150, in the end we paid 120.

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Very nice place nut also very croweded at these days. Many people with load music at day and evening. We payed 150 pesos. The toilets are not usable.

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150 for van during the night, 100 for beach maintanance if visiting only during the day. the nice beach sandbar is only during low-tide. saw bio-luminescence in the sea at night

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They have a sign that says 100 pesos per carro. In the evening she came to collect the money and wants 150 pesos. We say that the sign says it's 100 pesos, then she answers that she is sorry but 100 pesos is just for day use and spending the night would cost 150 pesos. She furthermore said she is sorry but the sign is broken where they wrote 150 pesos per night. I checked the sign and it was not broken.

It is not about the money but it just feels bad to be treated like that.

The place itself is very nice. But I do not recommend it. Further up the road is Playa La Perla, go there at least theit sign says 150 pesos.

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For 150 pesos a night for a palapa, even during the off season, there was trash everywhere. Not many palapas to begin with, we tried the one furthest from the others but the smell of the toilet was intense on the downwind. The other palapas are near the trash and recycling which wasn’t an issue until this morning when there was no wind and the smell wafted towards our truck.

Overall it was probably the dirtiest campground we’ve been to in Baja and not worth the 150 pesos.

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Super cool spot, although you do have to pay...100-150 not sure yet haven’t had anyone come around. But either way this might be my favorite spot in Baja! Cool old people vibes, fun travelers, excellent swimming, dog friendly, and a small little hike too. Definitely recommend. We’re all about the free stuff but this is the bees knees

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The beach and the water looks just gorgeous, but we think it’s a bit overrated in most of the comments here. The toiletts are just how described. We were two Vans and paid 150 Pesos each, what we didn’t found very ok, because we shared our Palapa.

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This spot is perfect if you're trying to escape the normal chit chat of a campground. The palapa are weathered but that adds to its remoteness. My husband said the bano was scary but we're in an RV complete with our own facilities. The water is magnificent, warm, and calm which is perfect for the little ones to explore. I totally dig this place and it's crystal clear water.

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Maybe the best beach of the bay!!!!! About 5 palapas not in really good shape but doesn't matter: you're in a lovely wild beach, clear water, you can go to the island in front of just walking, without swimming. We were alone, no snowbirds ! Pit toilets not so clean. Paid 150 pesos as it's written at the entrance. If you don't want to pay, it's possible to turn right at the entrance and follow the coast, there are several sites to camp along the dust road, no need 4x4, but not so beautiful beach!!

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Magnifique spot , nous sommes resté 5 nuits ici . Tous les jours passent des vendeurs de clams ,crevettes et quelques pâtisseries . Super coin de pêche sur l'île à côté , du côté mer de Cortez .

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Beautiful Bay, shallow warm water perfect for snorkeling or floating. Wide spaces between palapas. Basic pit toilets. Very friendly caretaker. $150 pesos per night. Others report windy but wasn't in Oct, just mild breeze. Easy paved road access. Dog heaven.
Four stars for scenery and beauty.

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Great beach camp spot on the bay. Nice palapas spaced wide apart. Pit toilets. 150 peso/night. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Dogs loved it here.

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another lovely beach with a spit if land at low tide going out to an island. unfortunately it gets very windy late afternoon.

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we camped here for 2 nights over easter weekend. Got charged 150 pesos but i think thats only because it was easter - when we asked she said that the price is the same as all the other beaches now.

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Level, solid sand spot right on a small and very scenic beach, pretty clear water. Some wind/salt/sand. Pit toilets. Great spot, easy access from highway, overpriced (100 MXP/night).

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Pour nous, le plus belle plage de la baie!! Et la moins infestée de snow birds aussi. On a vu personne à qui payer!!

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By far our favorite beach. Situated on a sand bar with about 5 palapas, it has calm, shallow waters that are perfect for sitting in or snorkeling if you go further out. Many of the palapas were not in great shape though, but the toilets were fine. Stayed two nights for 100p/night.

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the beach was almost empty when we arrived. A few other cars arrived after dark. Very clean. Guardian is friendly. Lots of wildlife in the water, which is warm and clear. 100 pesos.

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Great beach to camp. Warm water. Beautifull area, calm and relaxing. Destroyed pit toilets (by hurricane?). Pretty quiet at this time of the year. Some people come for the day, some others camp for the night or nobody comes and you have the whole site for you for a day - like it happened to us. We stayed there 3 nights and because the manager (Tomas) was not there (low season in Sept) it was free. Even if we were alone one night we felt safe.

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camped here for 3 nights in may, was such a beautiful spot with incredible water and is shallow and warm! we didn't use the bathrooms at all but could see they were dirty. nice place to relax!

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Beautiful setting, but also a lot of garbage in the vicinity. Shallow water, not so good for swimming, especially at low tide. We paid 100 Pesos.

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- as described
- 100 pesos per palapa per night
- we negotiated 50 pesos discount for spot without palapa between El Requeson and Perla

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Wide open area with 5-6 palapas. South side of the beach was cleaner than the north. 100 pesos/night Feb '16. Cool little sand bar that reveals from the tide in the afternoon this time of year. Pit toilets only but deeper than Coyote so some may find them not as bad. The stalls have doors here. Water is more shallow further out than some other beaches up the bay.

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Stunningly beautiful beach camping, 100M per night, with or without palapa, and no matter what vehicle you pull up in. We stayed 7 amazing nights and may have stayed longer but also grew tired of the RV caravan that showed up running genny's day and night. Why do you need a generator for at 6am?! Anyways, Tomas (manager?) was kind and there were many vendors around each day selling fish, fresh juice, tamales, ponchos...you name it. Pit toilets are old and many cockroaches but for 8 bucks a night in paradise who cares. Great snorkelling and caught a few fish. If you want to get out on the water, go up to JC's restaurant and talk to Juan Carlos--for $125USD he took 4 of us out for snorkelling, fishing, ceviche lunch and beers. Watch out for scorpions near the palapas!

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Very nice. Watching pelicans dive while eating lunch. 100 pesos a night. Pit toilets. Clean.

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Beautiful beach! There are palapa huts you can park by as it is quite windy here. You can follow a path to a couple of other beaches and there's a small island you can walk to when the tide is out. There are very rustic outhouses and someone comes by in the mornings selling baked goods and fish ect... Cost is 100 pesos per night to a guy who lives on site and keeps the place clean. We met a lot of great people at this spot and would have liked to stay longer. Unfortunately we decided to move on due to a group of snowbirds in giant RVs at one end of the beach. They were extremely arrogant and rude and had obviously decided that this was their beach and they didn't want anyone else there. Every night and some mornings they would run loud smelly generators for hours at a time without any consideration of their neighbours. When we asked how much longer they were going to be running there machines they were dismissive and rude. But hey, I guess being at a beautiful and remote beach isn't good enough for some people - you still gotta have your microwave and your blueray player.... So camp away from the big rigs!

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100 pesos for a palapa in nice cove. Shallow clear water sandy beach good for swimming, SUP.

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Camping at the beach. Not as nice as "Playa El Coyote" next door. The pit toilets and palapas were old. Too expensive for what it is.

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