Nothing screams adventure like a holiday weekend. This past Labor Day I weekend warrior’d the Baja. In this blog post I’ll disclose two secret campsites, two primo snorkeling holes, and two great local eateries.
Two secret seaside campsites.
Camp VII. This a secret with an expiration date. Soon this isolated camp spot will be cliff-side golf course filled with men in bad pants chasing small, white, dimpled balls. Thankfully, this site is yet undeveloped and has untouched seaside cliffs, panoramic vistas, and gorgeous snorkeling. Ask Dale at La Bufadora Dive Shop how to get to “Camp VII”. It’s up the road from him about 10 minutes. Turn-left at the bright yellow house. The gate attendant at the turn-off will charge you either $3 or a Tecate for parking (your choice).<Read