Bahía Concepción
Bahía Concepción
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Sheltered bay perfect for kayaking, swimming, snorkeling and fishing.
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William M
Modesto, CA10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
There are so many great beaches along the Bay of Conception to camp at that you can spend a whole winter down there. There are usually bathrooms available at most beaches but no power or water. Locals have a thriving business going from beach to beach daily selling water, food, fresh squeezed juices, trinkets, etc..I came down towing a trailer and fell in love with Mulege, I'm still here.
Written 28 December 2022
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iamacdntraveller
Vancouver, Canada125 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Couples
Beautiful bay but recent storms bought way too much rain - rocks and mud have devastated most of the beach coves and the locals are digging out for the winter arrivals. Help them out with your generosity.
Written 2 October 2022
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Navigate10418
8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022 • Solo
This is truly paradise on Earth. It is The Sea of Cortez greatest secret! The beaches, some are private for home owners in the American/Canadian communities. Other are isolated in one of the bays. The habitat all around is beautiful! There are the mountains, the desert with 50 foot tall cacti, and the calmest, clearest ocean of varied blues.Some of the beaches have motor hook-ups and others have a few palapas.
The town has clean but Mexican style hotels. If a chip in the tile bothers you, go to a tourist town. This is a centuries old, small fishing village, not a party town! Several restaurants and bars and a few sidewalk shops. The beach is 10-15 minutes from town. If you stay in town, it’s fun, stay at Hotel Hosienda, they have a pool. Absolutely laid back!!! Take a fishing guide, horseback ride on the beach and check out the few awesome historical sights, especially the police station. There is internet if you insist and TV’s in most bars and restaurants. Relax, maybe retire there, but don’t try to make it California!! Enjoy Mexico and the Mexican people at their best❤️👍
Written 22 June 2022
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Ugo C
Reykjavik, Iceland757 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
This bay has so many beautiful beaches, with lots to see and explore. It took us longer to change into/out of bathing suits that the time it took us from one beautiful beach to the other. Well worth the visit
Written 23 October 2020
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Susan V
Redmond, OR10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Friends
Beautiful beaches!! Clear blue water and white sandy beaches. Many islands to explore with hidden beaches. Nice swimming and snorkeling
Written 15 October 2020
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ymparma
Ensenada, Mexico2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
August is the hottest month, apart from the heat it is very humid, as long as you are close to the beach your good, jump in the water and have a blast, swiming and seeing all the fishes.
Written 11 August 2020
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Ken D
Portland, OR1,318 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
Spent three nights camping at Playa Escondia and would have stayed longer if I could have. You can rent a simple paylapa and a place to park your rig for $7.50 per night. No running water and only a few outhouses set back from the beach, but who cares when you have the beach and the waters and islands of Bahia Concepcion. Great snorkeling right off the beach and plenty of hiking trails up into the hills. Lots of interesting folks camp long term there. If you don't have you own kayak, you can rent one from Ramon and is wife who have lived on the beach for 30 years. We hired Ramon to take us fishing in his panga for $50 usd per person. Dude knows the waters around there and you will get fish. He will even clean them for you. Highly recommend this place and I will be back for sure.
Written 1 April 2020
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Wynn R
Morgan Hill, CA1,963 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019
barely any waves, summertime temperatures get so hot and there so little convection that the top 6-8 inches of water can get uncomfortably hot. Run through it and dive below the surface when deep enough. The array of fish here is ludacrous!
Written 31 March 2020
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LindeT
Drumheller, Canada28 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
You can be as busy or quiet as you please. Armando's & Ana's restaurants have a variety of foods, purified water, places to sit & watch the world go by. Beach is clean, shallow for a long way, the water is beautiful, the campers are generally friendly. Wifi is spotty, no cell phone towers. Laundry service available at a beach camper's spot, taken Monday & returned Wednesday. Fruit & Veg & Baked Goods vendors most mornings during the tourist season.
Written 13 March 2020
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MarkDavisArtBoise
Boise, ID13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Did a little fishing, kayaking and walking around Loreto and Mulegé. Water was a little too cold for snorkeling this time of year. But we rented a nice place on Coyote Beach.
Written 31 December 2019
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