|Last Visited:||25 days ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Fast|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Yes|
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Is owned by 2 Dutch Overlanders. Top clean western toilets and showers. Fast WiFi. There is place for 4 to 5 trucks. Direct on beach. With big palappa’s to be out off the sun. With recreation room, open kitchen. Also tent camping. There are many restaurants close by
Big rigs are fitting in this campsite to 40 feet.
This place makes it into our top 5 campsites in Mexico. Toilets and showers are a dream! Owners were kind enough to take our washing and do it for us. They have a great hammock setup!Report Check-In
I thought spending 2 days, ended up staying 8. This is a paradise: in front of the beach, watching fishermen in the morning, snorkelling on the reef in front and hiding under a palapa with a cool drink when the sun is too hot. Hungry? The restaurant on the beach is next doors. Thank you France and Anika, the owners.Report Check-In
As described 250 pesos for our 21 foot van. This is a small slice of the Netherlands, clean orderly and with strong WiFi and the best toilets: sparklingly clean with seats toilet paper and a spare roll! The owners live under the main palapa but leave you entirely alone. The swimming in front of the campground is superb. An oasis.
The eight mile access road from the highway is a washboarded mess and even aired down (!) we took it very slow. In rainy season I’d be worried. In dry season tour buses visit the fishing village so it’s not at all difficult, just uncomfortable. April 2022.
We had a very nice stay at Don Taco, it is supercalm, clean and with all the necessary facilities. The owners are a very nice couple who provided us tremendous help when all our money and credit cards were lost on the beach. The big advantage is the fast wifi, which allowed me to keep on with my work and hold online classes. Highly recommended.Report Check-In
We hardly ever stay at RV Parks or private campgrounds (preferring to be secluded & out in nature), but Don Taco is SUCH a gem that we spent 4 nights here & easily could have stayed more! Only room for about 4 vans/RVs & maybe 8 tents, so it’s quite small, very laidback, never noisy. 250p/night for 2 people in a van.
Strong wifi, clean showers, small outdoor kitchen, tables for working, palapas for hanging out on the beach. Access right onto the sand a few steps from your door, beautiful clear/calm water for swimming, excellent snorkelling— the best spot is about 3min down the beach in front of the restaurants, but even straight out front is good! Saw heaps of stingrays, spotted rays, eagle rays, sea turtles, millions of colourful fish. Don’t miss this spot!!!Report Check-In
Very nice beach ideal for snorkeling. The place is very well maintained. The place as well as the place is absolutely quiet, no music. The owners are very nice Dutch and speak English, Dutch, German and Spanish.
We were here for 7 nights.
Perfekter Campingplatz direkt am Wasser. In der Bucht kann man toll schnorcheln. Der Besitzer bietet außerdem tolle Bootstouren an. Wir haben Delfine und Schildkröten gesehen und haben anschließend zum Schnorcheln eine weitere Bucht angefahren, die man nur mit dem Boot erreichen kann. Wir haben uns bei Anneke und Franz sehr wohlgefühlt. Die Duschen und Toiletten sind super sauber.
Perfect campsite right on the water. The showers and toilets are very clean. The bay is great for snorkeling. The owner also offers great boat tours. We saw dolphins and turtles and then went to another bay for snorkeling, which can only be reached by boat. We felt very comfortable with Anneke and Franz. They are very helpful with everyone.
Very good place to take a break for a few days or longer, and to meet people (if you want).
Wanted to stay a day or two, turned out to be a week, we got into the relax mode.
- Clean toilets & showers.
- Fast WiFi.
- Communal kitchen, no fridge.
- Big pallapa, so enough shade 😀
- Direct on the beach, good snorkling.
- Snorkling tours.
- They rent out small tents and snorkling gear.
- For vehicles/campers,
For dumping black and gray water you must move your vehicle there.
- Vehicles will be very close to eachother when it's full.
So far the most important data. We knew with our truckcamper (20 ft) we would be close to the next one.
The Dutch hosts & owners are very hospitable, they will help you with anything if they can.
We enjoyed every day at this place with snorklingsessions, beachwalks and beautiful sunsets.
I say, recommended!Report Check-In
Do not go. Je ne recommande pas. Les proprietaires sont desagreables, agressifs et adorent l'argent. espace camion et tente. tout est tres serrée. si il peut faire de la place en entassant les gens il va le faire pour empocher plus d'argent. Meme pas de refrigerateur pour les campeurs. Pas d'eau potable non plus.
Si vous aimez vous faire reveiller a 6h du matin par son chien (le seul qui aboie malgré tout les chiens du coin) alors vous serez ravi. on ne peut meme pas partir quand on veut tellement nous sommes serré. j'ai dû reveiller un couple pour qu'ils bougent leurs camions car il est impossible de circuler.
Proprio parle a peine espagnol, ( ne s'est pas intégré) et dénigre tout les commerces et restaurants autour de lui.
Proprietaire devraient profiter de leur retraite car ils ne sont plus fait pour recevoir.
We stopped here for 7 nights. Beautiful place and the hosts Franz and Ann are wonderful people. Very accommodating and helpful. If we come back this way we will be sure to stop in. Chris and CherylReport Check-In
Had a Great stay here! The owners Frans & Anneke are really nice. Clean shower and toilets, fast Wifi ( perfect for people working on the road!) and they have some cold beers in the fridge! Located right by the beach you can watch the sunrise from your van/tent/hammock. Planned to stay for 1 night but stayed 3, definitely recommand!Report Check-In
Stayed here for three nights. Longer dirt road from the main highway to get to Bahia San Agustin, heavily washboarded in some areas but no issue in our camper van.
Don Tacos is a small but beautiful place right at the beach towards the end of the road after passing many restaurants. The owners, a retired Dutch couple, purchased this place 5 years ago and opened it to overlanders. About 6 spots for smaller RVs and camper vans and many tent spots under a beautiful large palapa. We paid 350pesos for 2 adults and a kid which we think is fair. Decent WiFi, clean shower and toilets. Great communal seating under another palapa so you easily get to meet people. Owner organizes boat trips to the nearby National Park where you can snorkel around beautiful reefs. 1800pesos for the boat for a 3 hour trip, we got several people together so it was a great deal.
Liked our relaxing stay here, was exactly what we needed after Mazunte...
We wanted to dissolve our reservation earlier because friends had arrived earlier than expected and we wanted to celebrate christmas with them in puerto escondido. The owner couple freaked out completely, yelled at us and threatened us. They made pictures of us and our car and wanted to put these on facebook such that we would not find another campside in mexico. There was no option to leave earlier. If we wanted to go we had to pay the full days of the reservation. So be carefull with making a reservation at this place. Other than this incident, the surveillance of the owner couple is super annoying, there is no privacy (place to small) and everything costs extra (kids 50p, electricity 50p). We did not felt comfortable at any time and can not recommend this place.Report Check-In
Great stay!! Very good WiFi and clean. We met very cool overlanders, saw beautiful sunrises, did a tour and saw lots of dolphins.Report Check-In
Again we spend some weeks on Don Tacos campground and again it was a wonderful experience. Everything is already said about this place but I want do say it again : we had a very nice time and Frans en Anneke do there very best to please the people who stay thereReport Check-In
It's all what you need. You can park in front of the palapas. From ther you will have your feets in the sand. You also can pitch a tent in the sand. All clean and nice. Friendly oweners with helpful tips. The water is here in this bay safe, clean and warm and you will enjoy swimming. We can really recommend this place.Report Check-In
beautiful, small and personal overlander-beachcamp with very clean shower and toilets (with seats and toiletpaper) and direct access to a beautiful beach and the ocean, perfect for swimming, right from the backdoor of your camper. 250 pesos per night for a camper with 2 persons.Report Check-In
It’s a wonderful place created by a retired Dutch couple who came to San Agustin Bay four years ago. They are undoubtedly overly hospitable human beings. If you go to this place, ask the owner why his camp is called "Don Taco"? You will love the story.
They have an exclusive space in front of the beach to camp or park RVs with a cost of $ 200 per night.
They have shower service and clean toilets, space to load electronic equipment, a small kitchen in case you take food to prepare your own food. There are several restaurants along the beach that offer typical food from the region.
You can’t miss the Coral Reef Tour, which lasts three hours and the beautiful sunrises that you can observe from the beach.Report Check-In
In one word perfect! We stayed 7 nights. As mentioned before, Frans and Anneke are very friendly and helpful with everything on and around the small village. Very good organized small campground direct at the beach. Good for swimming and you get the possibility for boat trips including snorkeling at very remote beaches. A must place to to visit on the Mexican Pacific coast!Report Check-In
Really nice Overlander Camp. Very clean toilets and shower. The all new Palapa looks wonderful. Boat trip with Don Taco was great! 3 hours trip 1500 pesos for boat, possible to share with others.
New Wi-Fi wasn't working properly, but they are improving it in the next few days. Lots of restaurants nearby!!
It's very difficult to leave from Don Taco. For us, it's on the TOP5 places in Mexico (we've been traveling the country for 18 months!). Very nice and clean beach suitable for kids, quiet little town and nice weather. The campground is small but cozy. Very clean toilets and shower. Open kitchen and good internet connection. Shared space with shade. We really liked it there!Report Check-In
Very friendly and helpful dutch owners! Everything as described, clean and nice!Report Check-In
We have changed our internet provider. Now we have SUPER fast internet without interruptions.
Unfortunately we have increased our prices. For RV we charging 250 peso’s for max 2 persons. For tenting 200 peso for max 2 persons. This includes free super fast WiFi. Super clean toilets with seat. Super clean shower. Chairs and tables under Palappa. Usage off outdoor kitchen. Palappas on the beach.
We spent two weeks at Don Taco and absolutely loved it.
Everything is super clean and well taken care of.
Frans and his wife were away during our stay, but the Swiss couple taking care of the place in their absence was amazing!
Sant Augustin is a nice place, and people is super friendly.
Don’t miss out a tour with Alex on Don Taco’s boat!
The place is really nice, good showers and good clean bathrooms. The beach is heaven and you have nice play with lots of shade. The owners were not very nice with us tough... we didn’t felt really welcomed and he was rude some times... Internet was off for almost a hole day and the “electricity” (if you can call it that) was not even enough for the fridge, but they charged it at the end of our stay, even though we didn’t know... it was 50 pesos per day only for electricity that was not really worth it. Other than that, the place is super nice. You can also visit Riscalillo beach a few minutes drive from here and it’s amazing. Not a problem going on your camper.Report Check-In
Everything was like in description.
Road is bad.
lack of privacy. You can't relax, always under supervision.
No shadow for your RV.
Can't run AC.
GREAT! Frans & Ann built a great haven for overlanders. Clean, organised, right on the beach, lots of shaded areas under the palapas to set up tents... not for long term “snowbirds” or big rigs but rather for the true overland traveller looking for a place to relax by the beach for a few days.
You get a lot for your buck, we paid $150 for the 2 of us tent camping with our motorcycles, the have a gear room for your stuff, place to charge devices, shaded area with tables, comfy hammocks, a small gas stove, very clean toilets and showers, direct access to the beach... they also offer boat tours for fishing and snorkelling, rent out snorkel gear. And do yourself a favour, go have lunch at El Capi next door, it will most likely be one of your best meals in Mexico!
This place also made it a point to remain open during Covid to allow a place to stay for the travellers that were still here.
Built a run by overlanders and it shows!
This is a great camping spot. It's right on the beach with palapas, hammocks, kitchen, electricity, clean cold showers (which feel good after being in the sun), clean flush toilets, tables to visit and eat at, wifi, and great host.
I really enjoyed listening to Don and Anna's stories. They've had a very interesting life and I'm glad they shared some of it with me.
I hit a tope and it put a hole in my Propane tank. I asked if there was a welder that could fix it and he new just the guy. I pulled out the tank and Don took me and the tank to the welder and the next day it was finished. Perfect.
I will definitely stay here again.
Absolutely wonderful! Don Tacos spot is a little slice of heaven. Its a smaller parking area so suggested 30 ft or less size RVs. Outdoor kitchen, nice toilets, cold showers, and lots of shaded areas to enjoy. WiFi on site but very intermittent, however I was able to work online as needed. Electricity voltage goes up and down, so not able to run A/C but could plug in to keep batteries topped off. The beach is what you're really here for and it's paradise. Gorgeous water, lots of restaurants to enjoy, if your there in the right season you might see turtle or whales. It is a tough road to get there, but worth it. We kept extending our stay. Come prepared with food there's no big grocery stores nearby and no ATMs in the area. If you want to see it in video we shared our time here in our Vlog https://youtu.be/D-hL8gYuKiYReport Check-In
after enjoying two weeks on this little piece of paradise with other overlanders. we had to leave to get our van checked out at an garage in Salina Cruz. unfortunately it turned out that there was more wrong with our van and that parts had to be ordered from Europe. Frans and Anneke immediately told us that we could wait with them until the parts had arrived. while our van was in the garage we stayed at there campside in there camper. the wait was long but there hospitality and warmth made it all better. we where really happy but also sad when the van was fixed and for Shure will be back in the future. so just come and check this place. and take a boat ride to go snorkeling meby you see whales, turtles and dolphins like we did .Report Check-In
After spending a night on the toilet, I can say it's the cleanest toilet we've come across. Ever.
Along with the highly recommended toilets there is good wifi, a place to park, friendly folk, place to wash your dishes, place to cook, hammocks, beautiful beach, and a very helpful couple with tips and solutions for just about anything you ask.
Franz surprised us with french fries for the kids so I would say it pet friendly. :)
Paid 350 for RTT, 2 adults and 2 small kids. On the expensive end for us, but worth it.Report Check-In
What a nice place. We are People who most of the time stay not longer that 2or 3 nights at the sake spot. We where forst to stay longer because we had car problemes. We where joking that this wonderful couple messed with our car so we had to stay longer as planned. But truthfully they did everything in their power to make us feel welcome and to help us with efrithing to fix our cartrouble. The place itself is great, right on the beach with a view over a beautiful island and whales showing off occasionally. Take the time to go snorkling you can take a boat trip with Frans boat to the national park next door. Cook your self or go to one of the restaurants. We prefer capi and the taco place. I would give don Taco 1001 stars if I couldReport Check-In
Beautiful campsite, perfect beach.
Save swimming for children.
Thank you Anika and Franz for some wonderful days at your place.
We could camp right on the sand, next to the beach under a beautiful palapa where we enjoyed the shade while looking at the sea.
The sunrise is impressive.
Franz gave us valuable tips and the best advice on where to buy, where to eat, where to go for a walk/boat trip.
The place is perfectly clean and tidy. Anika and Franz are friendly and attentive hosts and help with everything you may need.
The place is really worth a stay - next time we will have to plan even for more days! So to sum up: We recommend Dopn Taco to all our friends.
The campsite is clean, has shared kitchen and bathrooms.
The free-wifi was working well and we could use it during our stay.
See you soon!
I actually wanted to stay for two or three nights, at the end I spent 8 days there! The place is AMAZING, you camp directly at the beach (which by the way is super clean and just wonderful, as well as the sea). The toilets and the shower are very clean, you can cook and also put your things in the bodega. The owners are very friendly and helpful, gave me kitchen utensils and were always there if I got a question.
In San Agustín are just a few cabañas to rent, there are no big hotels and hostels. You've got a lot of restaurants nearby and some tiendas.
Highly recommended place to stay for 200 pesos/night (van) or 150 pesos/night (tent).
We went for a couple of days and we stayed 2 months!
The campsite is right on the sand, it has beautiful palapas where you can enjoy the shade while looking at the sea.
Right in front you can snorkel.
See de best sunrises.
We saw a turtle spawn.
If you like swimming, the bay is very calm.
Franz gives you the best advice on where to buy, where to eat, where to go for a walk.
They have tours available if you want to go sailing in their beautiful boat. He sells fresh and clean fish, which he catches himself!
Anika keeps the whole place perfectly clean and tidy, friendly and attentive to everything you may need.
If you have a problem, whatever it is, they help you solve it since they are prepared for everything! For everything! They are travelers! They have traveled the world, they know what you need!
We felt welcomed, accompanied, loved, they made us laugh and the place is perfect.
It is not expensive, you pay just enough for this hidden treasure steps away from Huatulco and all its bays.
A quiet place but at the same time, close to everything.
We would return without thinking. We recommend it to all our friends.
They are Pet friendly and have a little dog named Taco! For him is the name of the campsite. We saw travelers arrive with their dogs and cats to enjoy this wonder.
The campsite is very clean! The shared kitchen and bathrooms spotless.
High speed wifi that you cannot find in the surroundings.
Their website is www.campingdontaco.com and the photos are not as good as being there.
A place that you must visit.
Fuimos por un par de días y nos quedamos 2 meses!
El camping está justo sobre la arena, tiene unas palapas hermosas dónde disfrutar la sombra mirando el mar.
Justo en frente puedes hacer snorkel.
Ver los mejores amaneceres.
Vivimos el desove de una tortuga.
Si te gusta nadar, la bahía es muy tranquila.
Franz te da los mejores consejos de donde comprar, dónde comer, donde ir de paseo.
Tienen tours disponibles si quieres salir a navegar en su precioso bote. El vende pescado fresco y limpio que él mismo pesca.
Anika mantiene todo el lugar perfectamente limpio y ordenado, amable y atenta a todo lo que puedas necesitar.
Si tienes un problema, lo que sea, ellos te ayudan a solucionarlo ya que están preparados para todo! Para todo! Son viajeros! Han recorrido el mundo, saben que necesitas!
Nos sentimos acogidos, acompañados, queridos, nos hicieron reír y el lugar es perfecto.
No es caro, pagas lo justo por este tesoro escondido a pasos de Huatulco y todas sus bahías.
Un lugar tranquilo pero a la vez, cerca de todo.
Volveríamos sin pensarlo. Se lo recomendamos a todos nuestros amigos.
Son Pet friendly y tienen un pequeño perrito llamado Taco! Por él es el nombre del camping. Vimos viajeros llegar con sus perros y gatos a disfrutar de esta maravilla.
El camping está muy limpio! La cocina compartida y los baños impecables.
Wifi de alta velocidad que no encuentras en los alrededores.
Su página web es www.campingdontaco.com y las fotos no son tan buenas como estar ahí.
Un lugar que debes visitar.
They are open for overlanders during the pandemic! And it's the most beautiful spot on the beach. Nothing else is open, so you'll have the place to yourself.
Amazing shower, and toilets with seats!
Franz and his wife are a super friendly Dutch couple, who speak perfect English
200 pesos a night
Wonderful place by the beach. Facilities are clean, wifi, and the large palapas are great to sit under during the heat of the day.
Frans, the owner, took me to the nearby clinic when I had a minor issue with my ear. He’ll do anything to make sure you’re having a great time. They also rent snorkels and boat trips, all at reasonable rates.
The coral reefs here are superb.
Stay here.Report Check-In
Small campsite right at the beach. Ideal for kids because no big waves. The owners are so nice and helpfull. Very very clean toilets and showers. We loved this place!!!!!Report Check-In
We had 4 great nights at Don Taco beach camp. The camp is really clean and you camp 20 meters from the sea with great snorkel opportunities. The owners are very friendly and we had a lot of fun with all the other overlanders.Report Check-In
We planned to stay for 2 nights, ended up with 7. Very nice amenities for including hammocks, outdoor kitchen, tables and palapas. We also enjoyed swimming and snorkeling very much. A place to rest and relax. Nothing more to add on previous comments, just one thing: bring insect repellent.Report Check-In
Small camp at the beach of the secluded Bahia San Agustin. You find many nice amenities here like clean toilets, showers, wifi, kitchen, palapas, but no hookup. It is space for 4-5 campers and some tents. In the bay you find nice corrals and some tropical fish. Unfortunately the whole beach is covered with restaurants, it is quite busy on weekends but really quiet at night. The 12 km dirtroad from Mex 200 is bumpy in places but ok with every kind of vehicle.Report Check-In
We really enjoyed our stay here! Spent 8 relaxing days enjoying the beautiful beach and great facilities. The grounds are well maintained and the couple that owns the campsite are lovely. Our dog Salsa loves playing with their sweet dog Taco. Happy days...would definitely return!!Report Check-In
We, @FloodExploration, stayed here for three nights. There is not much to add to the other comments but we just want to confirm them. Cleanest toilets and shower in MX, strong WiFi, great host, great beach. Our truck is 25ft (7.6m) and fit inside with no problem.Report Check-In
Great place! secure, silent great views, great hosts, great week!Report Check-In
We stayed with Frans and Anika in 2019 and again this year. It just keeps getting better. There have been lots of praise for the facility, its cleanliness and, of course, the world class beach, but Frans and Anika’s commitment to the place they live cannot be overstated. They respect the local residents and in turn have earned the communities friendship. Stay a while and you start to feel part of the community too. Plus, they are wonderful friends to everyone who visits and they have Don Taco, their dog, who is just as sweet as the owners! You’ll come for a day and most likely stay much longer!Report Check-In
Everything is said already about this wonderful place except it’s getting better and better. Forget about the 13 km dirt road only think about the reward you get once you reach Don TacoReport Check-In
Very nice place! Room for about 6 campers. Close together but for some reason it’s just perfect! There is a clean kitchen and a shower and 2 toilets. There are multiple palapas to sit under with communal table, where people tend to gather. The owners, Anneke and Frans, are very accommodating hosts who are helpful and personable. Direct beach access and many restaurants to choose from. We would go back and recommend it strongly.Report Check-In
Everything is as good as already mentioned. Thanks to Anneke and Frans for creating this special atmosphere and keep everything so perfect.Report Check-In
You have to take a dirt road for 15 km.. But it is worth it! Beautiful beach. The water is clear and calm. Lots of shadow with hammocks and chairs, so the perfect place to relax. Quiet at night.
There is not much space for big rigs, so call ahead if they have availability.
Everything is already said about this wonderful place but it’s getting better and better. Don’t worry about the 13 km dirt road, you get a big reward once you reach Don Taco.Report Check-In
Fantastic place where you feel at home away from home. Arriving initially for 1 or 2 days, we finally stayed 5 full days, enjoying the warm welcome of Frans and Anneke. The place is really clean, quiet, with plenty of well organized spaces to live you life, enjoy the playa, meet other travelers... Frans and Anneke are really kind and helpful to answer any question or need you may have. Even helped us with excellent recommandations and ride to the city in order to solve our tire problem. And we were lucky to meet so nice fellow travelers there at the same time. Warmly recommend this place!Report Check-In
This campsite is located directly on the beach and run by a very nice Dutch couple. There are two extremely clean toilets and one (cold) shower which is also exceptionally clean. There is room for four to five small to medium rigs and for a couple of tents. The place is very well maintained and the owners are super friendly. They also took us on a fishing trip for black tuna and we saw whales, dolphins, flying mantas and a sea turtle. When we had problems with our truck, they were also very helpful to find the right person to fix it. Internet is quite good, too. We originally planned to stay just a couple of days and ended up extending through Christmas when it got very crowded. The owners organized a really nice Christmas dinner with all their guests, and everybody brought some small contribution to the buffet. Highly recommended and one of the best places we’ve stayed at so far!!Report Check-In
A really nice place for motorbikers with tent. You can put on the tent directly at the very clean beach. Have everything you need there. Perfect to relax for a few days.Report Check-In
If you want to connect and be part of an open overlander community, boondocking with a unique view on the ocean ( with spectacular sunrise) relaxing on beautiful beach (fishing, snorkeling, kayak, SUP, no big waves), have the opportunity to use ultra clean shower ( only one) & toilets (2), electricity if you need to charge your techno stuffs, commun kitchen - than Don Taco is for you! If you have high expectations, like spacious space for your RV, full hookup, intimacy ( very small parking for RV), run your AC, wash your car ... than this camp is not for you! Otherwise you will really enjoy! Message to owners: you will gain by adding an extra shower and toilet, plus a bigger sink and a bigger BBQ. Hasta luego, Bernard r& Christine !Report Check-In
Wow! What a gorgeous and clean campground. Frans and Anneke were always available and kept the place spotless. The bathrooms were wonderful, clean, and great water pressure( although when the place is full there is a cue for the shower, another one would be lovely! It was great having a communal kitchen that promoted community engagement with the other guests. The owners invest back into the place and are always looking at ways to improve. Their mascota, Don Taco, is a gem and gets along with other dogs. The surrounding area is beautiful and it’s easy to kayak, snorkel and SUP. I appreciated the small storage area they have for personal stuff like my fitness equipment and water toys!. Make sure to bring a 30/50amp converter for your campers- I spaced and after 2 weeks needed a recharge on my house battery. I NBC will definitely keep this place in mind for future rendezvous.
Can fit tall vehicles but nothing longer than a typical camper van!
We didn't believe it before, but we stayed there a whole weekend and there was no noise of any kind through the whole time. The bay is good for swimming and snorkeling. No high waves! And there isn't any garbage on the whole beach. Wonderfull!
But the whole village is suffering on fresh water and high voltage of electricity. It was only 90 to 100 V, which was not good enough for our van, but good enough for charging computers and mobile phones. The wifi is okay but not very fast.
We spent three nights and enjoyed it very much. One of the best beach points in Mexico!
Stayed here for almost 2 weeks. The hosts, Frans and Ama are wonderful people. They keep a clean and organize place here in front of the beach. The bathrooms are clean, the shower is cool which feels good do to the warm climate and the community kitchen is great. Wifi is provided as well. What more can you ask for??Report Check-In
TRULY a stand out amongst the many hostels/beach camps in Mexico. Frans and his wife are experienced, worldwide travelers with a big heart. Expect a tidy, clean, quiet campsite with ample space and be ready to connect with other worldwide overlanders passing through! Frans will take you fishing or recommend local mechanics/welders/resources in the area for overlanders as he’s well connected and loved by the locals . His welder was amazing that built my rear propane tAnk mount on my rig. Enjoy the dreamlike bathrooms, wifi, tables,fishing,electricity, on site water, and good vives! I love that its gated and the community feels safe and peacefulReport Check-In
Felt similar to the biker down below. 150pp if you are solo and felt it wasn’t quite worth it. Nice place with clean bathrooms and showers but I didn’t like being penned in as soon as it got dark around 7pm and having to ask for the gate to be unlocked so I could walk on the beach.Report Check-In
Just awesome - as described by others. I won’t repeat all the superlatives. The Dutch owners were away but by their caretaker’Mark’ treated the place like it was his own - kept it meticulously clean, he was extremely helpful, even shared a Tuna fish he bought and cooked with the guests !
Great sunrises, good food at El Capi nearby - one of the best beach campsites we have been to !Report Check-In
beautiful Campsite with palapas and hammocks and good snorkelling options in the riff to the right! we enjoyed our 3 nights stay very much!!Report Check-In
We stayed at Don Taco for 5 nights, after 2 days the owners left to travel, and their caretaker, Mark took over. Mark was ready for the job, keeping the camping area, and restrooms, clean and orderly. Very, very happy with our experience at Don Taco. And Mr Don Taco himself, the sweet dog of the place.
Side note: a young guy named Alex comes by most days to offer massage. Very nice (and affordable) to have a massage on the beach. 👍
Quiet, beautiful, well put together and clean; Don Taco continues to be the best place to stay in Bahia San Agustín!Report Check-In
Everything positive that was said is true. Frans and Anneke thought of everything, even a hook in the shower and a place to put the soap! We were so lucky to meet them. They have an outside kitchen, chairs, table, hammock, palapa... and the beach is wonderful. The toilets are SOOOO clean! Amazing place and wonderful people. Take care both of you!Report Check-In
Superb little spot on a very relaxing beach. Parking isn’t ample, but it’s flat and perfect for vans or tents. Owners are great. We payed 200 pesos/night for 2 people and they had beach chairs, snorkels, tables, charging station, stove, and good WiFi for us to use. Not to mention the immaculate toilets with SEATS! I’d recommend bringing your own food to cook, as most of the restaurants are only open 11-6ish and are quite pricy.Report Check-In
Such a lovely spot! Right on the beach and probably the cleanest bathrooms in all of Mexico. Franz and his wife are lovely and SO interesting to talk to. 13km of unpaved road to get here but totally worth it, highly highly recommend.Report Check-In
Anneke and Franz are two very welcoming hosts. We spent 4 wonderful days here and snorkelled every day in this clear blue water, observing a coral reef with colourful fishes in all shapes and sizes. Just WOW.
Don’t miss this spot!
Night: 100MXP/ pP
Electrical hookup: 50MXP/ 24h
The best in Mexico so far. They are charging for camper 2 personages 200 peso a night. A real barging for this high quality and proper campsite.Report Check-In
A really excellent beach camp. A friendly, helpful welcome and great site. As former overlanders, they've thought of everything! Bathrooms are modern, cleaned often and always spotless. Set on a beautiful beach in a calm bay, we loved the camp and the location. 200 pesos per night for 2 people in a truck is a very reasonable price for such a location and facilities. Some great restaurants nearby but they are not open in the evening, so make sure you bring enough food/beer to last.Report Check-In
Very nice, kind and helpful owners. We needed to see a doctor and Franz just made our day!
Oh! Very nice spot by the way. Quiet and peaceful. Cherry on top: beach at 15m
nice spot for overlanders and travelers. price 150pp
the beach is awesome !
there's abarrotes and restaurants, all the area is pretty developed
Amazing!! Incredibly clean, best shower in Mexico! Tight for two camper trucks and two vans but plenty of palapa space to make your outdoor living area and relax. Stunning beach and fabulous swimming and snorkeling- worth the road in! Frans gives all his proceeds to the local school!!! Dog friendly!Report Check-In
Very nice place. Campground like Europe standard. Place for 4 to 5 overlander cars and some tents. WC like Europe, very clean. You can buy fish or bred from Franz the owner. Nice beach, very good for swimming.Report Check-In
We had a lovely stay here! The hosts are very helpful and run a beautiful place right on the beach. We were supposed to stay one night, as we needed to pick someone up at the airport and didn’t want to drive the dirt road too many times... but France offered to give us a ride! So we got to enjoy San Agustín with our guest as well. The long dirt road is definitely worth it!Report Check-In
Is owned by 2 Dutch Overlanders. Top clean western toilets and showers. Fast WiFi. There is place for 3 trucks. Direct on beach. With big palappa’s to be out off the sun. With recreation room, open kitchen. Also tent camping. There are many restaurants close byReport Check-In
Anneke and Frans are very friendly and helpful. Showers, toilet, open kitchen are very clean.
The parking is small and with no shade but there are more than enough palapas with hammocks, tables and chairs so that you can be in the shade all day.
The ocean is 20 meters walk with clear water and corals at the end of the bay.
Another glowing review for Don Taco! Internet worked great. Plenty of sun for our solar panels and shade to hang out in. They provide a stove and sink for campers to use. Bathrooms sparkling clean! Beach was clean and the ocean was calm and crystal clear. Fantastic hospitality and a gem of a location.Report Check-In
The earlier comment is wrong. Even a big MAN truck and a 34 feet Schoolbus have camped by Don Taco. 3 places for band and 2 places for TrucksReport Check-In
Yesterday we've discovered this tranquil campsite while strolling down the beautiful bay of San Augustin.
Besides places for campervans, there's a nice spot to pitch your own tent or use one from the owners for a real reasonable amount (including airmatress)
The campsite provides a place for cooking and has clean and neat toilets and bathroom.
It takes approxamitely 10 steps to take a swim and the view at the pacific ocean from your tent is stunning!
Recommendation for backpackers: beautiful place, clean, cheap and WIFI. There's a hut to store your backpack as well.
Besides that we had a warm welcome by the two lovely Dutch owners!
Very nice campground very close to the beautiful beach. Very clean bath rooms. Shady Palapa for all guests with view to the Ocean. Frans and his wife are very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our four nights visit and would stay longer.Report Check-In
Schöner, ruhiger Stellplatz. Etwas eng bei den Vans, jedoch sonst genügend Möglichkeiten am Schatten od. an der Sonne. Gut zum Schwimmen. Sehr freundliche Besitzer, Franz spricht Deutsch, Englisch u. Holländisch. Sehr saubere Toiletten!Report Check-In
Nice little campground with room for a few small rigs no bigger than a pickup truck with camper or small European class C RV. If you rely on internet to work on the road, you might want to turn the unreliable/non-functionning internet into a plus and instead enjoy the beautiful little beach. Little seafood restaurants and basic supplies nearby. Good snorkeling, swimming, shore fishing. A+Report Check-In
Best campground we have gone in Mexico so far. Stayed for 4 days. The dutch owners are extremely friendly and helped with any request. Frans even helped us with a little repair in the RV. Facilities and Internet are superb. The dirt road is a challange but we made it down there with our standard 22“ RV. Frans also offers various boat trips. The beach is simpy stunning and just very few tourists. Warning: You might never want to leave!Report Check-In
Great spot right on the beach. Loved the communal area to hang out and relax. The 13km from the mex200 to get here are doable in any vehicle, just go slow. Super dog friendly place!
Note: if coming from Oaxaca City, follow Mex175 until you see a sign for Santa Maria Huatulco. Unless you’re in for a one-lane-muddy-road-next-to-a-cliff adventure (which we did not want with our mini motorhome), don’t take any other gps-suggested shortcuts.Report Check-In
excuseme Franz (!) not Felix...
there is also nice and easy snorkelling at the rocks and the corals. Fine place to relax.
it is absolutely a place to recommend. Felix and Anneke manage this place with heart and know what we travellers love (like superclean everywhere, tables at the shadow, big palapas, beautyful sea and beach, calm... just go an have a look yourselfReport Check-In
Very nice campground with beach access. The owners are super friendly and the facilities are very clean. We stayed here for 5 nightsReport Check-In
Loved this place, we had a great week and were sad to leave. Frans and Anneke are the best hosts. The campground, toilets and shower are modern and clean. And it’s dogfriendly!
It’s right on a beautiful beach where you can swim and snorkel. The boat trips offered by Don Taco to snorkel and/or see dolphins are very recommended.
Nice place, got here with Rv. Bon endroit, campé ici avec un 34 pied class A. Route un peu cahoteuse mais les autobus s'y rendent. Je suis stationné en face du Don Taco, mais j'utilise les services du camping, douche, toilette, wifi, table et chaise, ombrage sous les palapa. MichelReport Check-In
One of the best camping sites in Mex, the place is gorgeous but what makes it more special are the owners, they really work haré to make it a great place, clean, friendly and relaxed. Worth a detour just for it.Report Check-In
As described. Small and your are parked right next to one another no room for awnings but that’s not a big deal. $250 for power and no A/C. Using A/C will shut down power to the neighborhood. Internet not reliable and no cell service. No ATM and restaurants only accept cash.
None of this matters. Just helpful information for those choosing this beautiful location. Fran’s has a
Boat and will take u to see whales dolphins and fishing. Busy on weekends but otherwise. Very relaxing
As everyone else has said, probably the most relaxing time spent here in 2 years. The beach is safe, the water clear and warm. Came for 2 days stayed for 5!
Road off the 200 is about 13km of solid base for those on 2 wheels. There are small tendas for basics and main shopping is 30 minutes away. The community is great and various restaurants (Capi up the road was wonderful). 150 per night for tent camping.
Just a note on the one bad experience (compared to all the others) 150 to camp....Even in a hammock is great considering it costs 300 for them to fill the tanks fresh water; it's all the facilities that cost money. I'm wondering if he stayed at the right place as the common area is definitely there.
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Overall a great stay
Absolutely the best beach and RV site in Mexico!Report Check-In
A place to be, a place to stay! We slept in a tent on the beach. For sun protection you can set up your tent under a palapa and now they have also self made wooden tent pegs to set up the tend on the beach! The view was amazing. You can walk along the beach, swim in the ocean or lie in a hammock. It is a safe area and additionally there is a gate and fence for safe parking. There is enough space for some bikes and some smaller RVs. Very clean flush toilets and a shower. The wlan is good.There are nice restaurants in walking distance. The owners are great, helpful and also english, dutch and german speaking. They love to welcome Overlanders!Report Check-In
Owners are super nice, beach is beautiful and perfect for a few days of total relaxation, a good meeting point with fellow overlanders. Toilets and showers are clean, wifi is good, plenty of shafe for your beach front hammock. Go there.
This place is a hidden gem, it's paradise. You're park by the beautiful beach where you can swim. The campground is very clean and the toilets and shower are awesome. There's also an outdoor kitchen, a very nice palapa with tables and chairs and the wifi works perfect. The owners are very helpful and they do everything to make you feel comfortable. This is the nicest campground we found in Mexico.Report Check-In
Commends are just right! Everything super clean, it’s like a pice if Europe in México. So if you need a break from Mexico go there. Just bring supplies- not much to buy here....Report Check-In
Loved this place, so quiet, beach and sea side good for children, good food all around, campground well established, clean, shade for small RV and tents. Our kids had a blast, we felt safe and welcomed by the owners. 100% recommended!!!!Report Check-In
Great place ! We stayed 2 nights, the owner are really nice. Hammocks, palapas to get some shade, washing area and clean showers/toilets. And right in front of the oceanReport Check-In
I arrived in the afternoon on motorcycle. was greated by a caretaker. quoted 150 for using my own hammock. settled on less though it wasn't clear as no one spoke English. he then handed me a sheet of paper with details on the place. no WiFi. he could get the password right and made out that is was a problem with my phone. the shelter for the hammocks leaks so you get wet during the night. the whole place feels like a compound. you can to find him to open the gate to leave. I'm really not sure what the money is for. never saw the common room. no kitchen. just sand surrounded by a fence.
I left at 8.30 in the morning .. no one was there. couldn't get out the main gate cause it was padlocked . jade to squeeze the bike through the personal gate just to leave.
im guess the experience would have been better if the people that run the place were there. but if they aren't going to have competent people looking after the place they should just close it while they are away. I wish I stayed somewhere else as the beach and surroundings are very nice.
but for 30 pesos more than these prices you can stay in a hostel that has proper roof, a bed, secure parking , and breakfast. I'd check who is here before you stay.
It's a beautiful place. Franz and Alex very helpfull and look for everythink. On the beach you can swim and snorceling. The rate is 200 Mex$ for 2 people an the van.Report Check-In
Beautiful and very clean camp site for tents and vans in a beautiful small bay. Frans and Anneke went out of their way to help us with everything: from getting supplies for our bus to solving engine problems. Very modern and clean toilets and shower, big table with chairs and hammocks in the shade, good wifi, and very safe. We slept on the roof of our van for 3 nights.Report Check-In
Absolutely beautiful place! We wanted to stay two nights, ended up staying four nights and we didn’t wanna leave! As described clean toilet/showers (with pressure) huge palapas with lot of shade and hammocks. There is a sink now for washing the dishes and a outdoor kitchen is coming soon. We paid 200p per night for 2. Electricity is 50p extra. The place looks small at the first sight but is very clever made so there is space for 3 Campers, 2 big gates for easy entering. Area is very safe, gates closed at night and video monitored. It’s a very clean and quiet neighborhood, also the beach and water is very clean. We loved it and Anne and Pancho are a lovely, welcoming, helpful couple. Don Taco is their dogs name :) They safe the income from camping for a future project to support the kids in the village.
Oh and check out El Capi restaurant at the east end, they serve delicious sea food.
As mentioned in a previous comment, this place is 100% worth the washboard drive. It’s right on the beach, which is stunning, and the vibe of the campground and the town is what you’ve wanted every other little beach town to be. Go there. Go there now. You can thank me laterReport Check-In
This place is amazing. Quiet little village on an incredible bay surrounded by national park. The campsite itself is exactly what I wish all Overlander sites were: cool even in summer, right on the beach, lots of shade, clean bathrooms, lovely owners. Only stayed for a couple of nights but would have happily stayed much longer. Easily my favourite campsite in Mexico.
It’s a small campsite so if you’re in an RV or bigger rig it might be worth emailing first to see if they can accomodate you. Their email is [email protected]
Very nice and clean place... You will see the difference just by passing by. Was almost to "chic" for me... Anyhow - payed 75 to park my motorbike underneath a shelter and putting up my tent. Internet very slow... Beach is a beauty... loved the place. Well worth the visit.Report Check-In
It’s a relaxing and comfortable spot on the beach. Great sea for swimming.
The owner wasn’t there but a Danish guy was taking care of the property.
Kitchen is not for clients. A sink is still missing.
Per night it’s 150 pesos. Electricity and dump is extra. We stayed three nights.
To get to the place you need to drive a 13 km washboard road to the village of San Agustin. Just take your time to receive the reward.
When you are close to the village, take a few left turns to enter the southern beach road. There is a clear sign post at the property.
beautiful small campsite with currently shower and toilettes. everything brand new (built 2018). there will be a dishwasshing and cooking are coming. hammocks, commonroom. very safe.Report Check-In
I don’t think this place does exist (yet) or the coordinates are completely wrong. Anyway there are plenty of other options nearby.Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 15.69041, -96.23703Report Check-In
Is owend by 2 Dutch Overlanders. Top clean western toilets and showers. Fast WiFi. There is place for 3 trucks. Direct on beach. With big palappa’s to be out off the sun. With recreation room, open kitchen. Also tent camping. There are 4 restaurants close by.Report Check-In