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RE: Where to surf in Baja?« Reply #1 on: March 13 2006 18:03:00 »
Try Plays De Los Cerritos, Pescadero, near Todos Santos (the town in the very south not the Island in the north)...
RE: Where to surf in Baja?« Reply #2 on: March 14 2006 00:03:00 »
Heh there. Well, it depends on far south you want to go. If you are not headed towards the tip, I would go for San Quintin. Pabillon's, great showers, are you camping? Then a bit further, El Socorro, and the area south of that is still virgin . Plus, excellent crab at San Quintin, and you can take a day trip out to the desert and boulder fields to see the spring flowers in bloom.
Before San Quintin, is Erendira, Camalu, Colonet. They are planning a huge port at Camalu, so experience it before it's gone, beautiful beach, pack things in.
And for all you Baja nutties out there, here's the good news: The proposed LNG plant off the Coronado Islands has been halted in the Courts by various Mexican Environmental Groups, including Greenpeace Mexico. Please support Wildcoast.