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Super quiet and amazing landscape just before entering Guerrero Negro. Pass the airport and continue to the dunes. Many spots available. Way better than busy and loud wild camp next to salt marsh on iOverlander. Highly recommend.
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easy to get to. don't have to be at the exact gos location. lots of parking in between the dunes. we parked close to the ocean and dunes. We had a great few days here.
we saw chayote tracks in the morning but not them burning the day. we felt safe.
we only saw a few locals during the weekend and a fisherman selling scallops and seahorses, right after they caught them down the beach.
also a great place for fishing and shore crabbing.
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Great spot amongst the dunes. The previous review mentioned "wolves". They are actually coyotes.Report Check-In
Great boondocking spot. Peaceful, quiet. The airport hosts just a handful of flights each day, all small aircraft. Note that there were several wolves roaming around. Keep your eye on the weather if you’re not 4x4 — and the tides. Strong cell service, but Telcel LTE was poor. Drive to town is 10-15min.Report Check-In
We stopped here on our way back to the States.
Quiet and interesting place. I would choose this place again. But BE CAREFUL WITH THE TIDE AT NIGHT.
We were having dinner around 10 pm, when I went out of the van ( nature call ), and stepped on muddy and wet sand. We realized our van was almost cover with water underneath, and the tide was increasing super fast. We were super lucky, 5 minutes later and we would had a serious issue.Report Check-In
Great spot! Wide expanse of dunes with plenty of space for many folks. Quiet but windy. You can nestle behind the dunes for some wind block. Amazing sunset. Close enough to town of you need amenities. 4wd not necessarily needed, depends how deep in the dunes you want to go. Low clearance vehicles okay. Looks like it is a known spot. Some trash and glass but otherwise very lovely.Report Check-In
hermoso y tranquilo spot
Dejemos los lugares más limpios, de lo que estaban
Cómo dicen los comentarios, mucho lugar para estacionar y dormir sin problemas. Dormimos más cerca de las dunas, camino perfecto y firme.
As comments said, a lot of place to have a quiet night. We slept closer to dunes, felt safe, no one close. Streets are good for any car,very solid.Report Check-In
Tons of places to camp in and around the dunes. Can be on the water, or away from it. All roads while we were there are fine for 2wd. The dunes are cool to wander around in. A bit windy, which I suspect is normal, but very quiet.Report Check-In
Buen lugar, seguro pasamos 2 noches aquí. No necesitas 4x4. Todo perfecto. Al lado de las dunas y el marReport Check-In
Amazing spot. 5BPS LTE download speed on Telcel. Dead quiet, zero wind. Hiking into the dunes is amazing, saw two coyotes!Report Check-In
Update: Found this beautiful spot this afternoon. It’s doable with 2wd. Just make sure you have lots of daylight to find it as there are lots of roads.Report Check-In
Stayed near here. At small beach close to the sea... but before had tried to venture to the spot shown in the photos... got close but couldn’t find it as our 2WD sprinter got very stuck. WOULDN'T do it without 4x4!! Could be our luck but It was getting dark quickly and luckily a KIND local and his wife stopped and spent 30 mins helping us out of our rut. So thankful. Stay on solid ground my 2WD friends.Report Check-In
beautiful spot, if you have 4x4 and are careful not to get stuck in the tides you can drive into the dunes a bit and find some sheltered spots up against the dunes hidden from everything. Lots of family's and people swimming at the beaches. Also some coyotes so maybe not the best for small dogs, but loki our lab/ golden mix wanted to play with them. good thing he figured out quick that they didnt want anything to do with him. felt very safe. wind died down around midnight.Report Check-In
As described. A couple things worth noting – there are a ton of coyotes around (we woke up to three prowling around our site at 3am and have videos of them the next morning), and friends of ours had a bad experience here involving masked men approaching them in the middle of the night. Nothing ended up happening, and we didn’t find this out til after we camped, but not very comforting. The site is mainly visible from the highway, draw attention to yourself at your own risk.Report Check-In
Had a nice quiet night here, less the other truck camper that came barreling through around midnight. Same directions as others, big area with no one around so just find a good spot and settle down. Only complaint was the wind for our rooftop tent which was pretty intense at times even parked up next to a dune. The dunes themselves are super cool!Report Check-In
Followed other directions on IOverlander. Passed airport, pulled right onto dirt/hardpacked sand roads. Roughly 5 minutes and you’ll be at the dunes. We didn’t venture into them to deep but they go on forever. Pay attention to the tides, it’s possible to get in during low tide and potentially have it rise high enough to make an exit challenging. Very quiet at night, cold in late Feb & windy during sunset. Would definitely stay again.Report Check-In
Right from the highway, past a military base/airport we kept going on the road and made a right towards the sand dunes where we found a nice flat spot, plenty of room for the vans (2x4 is fine) Water is not too far but I don’t think you can swim there at least we did not, looked a bit muddy. Nice spot, it was super quiet at night and we had an amazing view on the stars. The couple we were with had kids and they enjoyed playing in the sand dunes.Report Check-In
Really cool spot nestled in the dunes. We came looking for a beachfront spot, but low tide pushed us into the dunes. Came here on a Saturday and no one was here. Our kids (5yo&3yo) loved playing in the dunes. Great spot.
We drove past the airport on the compacted dirt road to where the road bent left, we took a right on a little dirt road that headed towards the visible sand dunes. We parked at one of the first dunes.
Recommend this place for sure!Report Check-In