If you're driving through the area, this is a much better option than Salina Cruz. Super friendly staff, and Leo the owner is great! Wifi, and restaurant on site. Geared towards surfers, but all are welcome. Camping was cheap, 50 Pesos and cabanas are also available. Other surf camps in town, and wild camping on beach(limited).
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Still boarded up as of now. There’s plenty of other options near by though.Report Check-In
The owner is back since one week and working on the place after being closed for over 2 years. He said he will probably be open again in July.Report Check-In
Totally abandoned and looks like it has been for a while. Nobody in the last 3 years could have bothered updating ioverlander?
not much in this town. There's a guy next door renting cabins for 600 pesos, but that's outside my budget. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be a problem to camp on the beach here in a vehicle, but it was too windy for a tent.Report Check-In
We camp at the end of the road by the beach on the space in front of the little restaurant. Talked to the owner, no problem, free but since I did not buy anything I gave him 50 pesos.Report Check-In
Can't quite share the excitement of others for this place.
Camp sites with lots of animal manure everywhere and woke up to loud music over the entire compound at 6:45 am. We were the only guests.
Clean bucket shower and bathroom.
Paid 50 pesos pp.
Just an ok place, you have to walk to the beach about 15 min.
Superbasic surf camping. 15 minutes walk to the beach where, if you're lucky, get to hold a baby turtle.Report Check-In
Stayed one night, really nice place for 70 pesos per person/night with electricity from 7pm-7am, the electricity was strong enough to run the A/C, it was super hot/humid and many mosquito/bugs... around!
Bathrooms were clean. Staff is super friendly.
Super chill vibe. Hammocks, slack line, and restaurant. Restaurant not open on the weekends! No cell
Service and limited places to buy supplies so stock up first. 50mx/person and 20mx/person for electric.
We stayed two nights here. Very friendly staff and chill vibes. It was just like others described; 50 pp with bucket flush and bucket showers. They have a restaurant on-site that is incredibly expensive. Bring your own food. During the high season they charge surfers to use the beach, but Leo said you can bargain if you are there multiple nights. No wifi, no hookups but electric outlets for phones in the restaurant area.
We heard from others that cabañas are 250/pp. There is another spot to stay in town that advertised AC.Report Check-In
campground closed to a amazing beach. there are 11 nice cabañas and 3 sites for vans without electricity&water but there is light on the tables outside the restaurant where you can stay during the night. a lot of sandflies but they dont bite you. very nice staff. paid 100p for twoReport Check-In
Nice guys and shade to park under. Breeze made it almost bearable in 100 degree heat. They no longer have wifi ( but saw the older man on his laptop) so not sure what the deal is there. Basic camping but great price at 50mx/ night!Report Check-In
We payed 50 pesos for camping. It's a beautiful place, we had a great time. Stayed only 2 days, met some French friends, surfed and slept u see the trees. Highly recommend it. Coco is super nice too!Report Check-In
We wanted to spent one night there but we finally stayed one week! Good vibe, good people, nice location, good restaurant, kids-friendly. Leo is super welcoming! Wifi was not working when we were there.Report Check-In
Still 50 pesos per person. Very relaxed campsite with bucketflush toilets and bucket showers. All very clean. Leo will cook you a nice dinner for 80 pesos a plate. We were the first campers this season, they just opened a couple of days ago.Report Check-In
50 pesos pour le camping-car. Douches sommaires (4 murs, et un grand bidon d'eau) mais propres. wc. Tout proche de la plage. Bien. Possibilité de louer une cabaneReport Check-In
Spent one night here. Nice place and friendly owner. We paied 50 pesos per person for dry camping. The electricity was too far away. It has a surfbreak in walking distance and it is a really beautiful beach. Just watch out for the sand flies!!!Report Check-In
$100pesos. Clean bathrooms. Good surf. Heard great things about the lemon pie :)Report Check-In
Very nice place. The owners are friendly and it has some shade. Great common area with hamacas! Wifi is on just sometimes and the showers and washroom are ecological so u need to use a bucket. The price is 50 pesos per person. U need to take a gravel road for about 3 km, but the road is good. Quite and safe at nigth.Report Check-In
If you're driving through the area, this is a much better option than Salina Cruz. Super friendly staff, and Leo the owner is great! Wifi, and restaurant on site. Geared towards surfers, but all are welcome. Camping was cheap, 50 Pesos and cabanas are also available. Other surf camps in town, and wild camping on beach(limited).Report Check-In