Wildcamping on the beach | Wild Camping

Mexico

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Last Visited: 11 days ago
GPS: 25.524151, -111.102309
Altitude: 4.4 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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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.

Our favorite wildcamping spot in Baja so far! You have to follow the dirt road to agua verde and take a small and not so visible road on your left (around km 34) before the village. It gets you to a nice little sand beach. A 2wd can easily go there, there's some solid parking spot. Great snorkelling, quiet and the night sky is beautiful.
Totally worth the drive.

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great spot. great snorkeling. watch out of sting ray (don't step on it, it hurts at least 6 hours!). Hard to get there with about 25 km of dirt road.

USE THE COORDINATES LISTED BELOW TO FIND THE ENTRANCE!!! Once you make it down this side road there are 5 spots to the right that can accommodate most rigs. That being said, the entire dirt road to get to Agua Verde is pretty sketch with steep cliffs and hairpin turns for over an hour. 4WD not mandatory, but you absolutely need a high clearance vehicle (we are in a 2WD Sprinter). I would recommend only making the trek if you plan to stay multiple days, otherwise it is not worth it. The beach is beautiful though and we do love free camping. No cell service on ATT and no amenities.

Beautiful cove with mountains as a backdrop. Can camp right along the shore or on flat area on the rocks with camp ring. Dirt road in leaves Agua Verde road on the right shortly after KM 34. Some soft and high clearance spots. No amenities or cell coverage. Free.

Beautiful remote spot, very safe and other campers on the beach. We stayed 3 nights we liked it so much. Great hiking!

TOP SPOT! Really nice beach! Snorkling is great!! It‘s beautiful here! Downside...Moskitos as soon as the sun is down!

Awesome spot on hard dirt about 20 feet from the waters edge. A decent breeze during the day while we were here. Good snorkelling, lots of fish. The cliff provides nice shade for a cooler morning than what we have recently experienced. Beach is sandy and I wouldn’t drive on it unless you have 4x4. Stayed 2 nights, very beautiful spot! First 10km is paved the remaining 24km to the site are gravel in decent shape. Easy with a 2wd

The entrance's GPS to this place is 25.515188, -111.110312

Wonderful place with plenty opportunities to stay along the beach; the first 4-5 sites right at the little cove are easy to access for the most midsize rigs without 4x4; to get to the more quiet places alooooooong the beach up north I recommend 4x4 and to access after noon at low tide; the winding trail from the main road at km34 is well maintained but keep an eye at the muddy section in the middle before or after a rain...it could be sticky and slippery; the whole area is great for snorkeling, swimming, SUPg,walking, fishing and hiking; we stayed there 3nights

nice spot, but takes ages to reach, plan to stay here for a while to make the hour long drive from highway worth it. awesome snorkeling right in the bay. some hiking up the mountain. people drive on the beach to get to more remote camp spots.

Very nice spot!
Ok with high clearance 2wd (we have a Vanagon).
Few spots directly when you arrive.
But you can drive on the beach, the sand is not soft.
The dirt road from the Mex1 is very long but very nice too!

Looks pretty but was swarmed with Yellowjackets, this we didn’t stay :(

Our favorite wildcamping spot in Baja so far! You have to follow the dirt road to agua verde and take a small and not so visible road on your left (around km 34) before the village. It gets you to a nice little sand beach. A 2wd can easily go there, there's some solid parking spot. Great snorkelling, quiet and the night sky is beautiful.
Totally worth the drive.