This shoreline trail takes you through one of Baja California Sur's most beautiful National Marine Parks, where whales and stingrays are frequently seen jumping out of the water. It is heavily washboarded and sandy in places, winding through beaches, arroyos, and bluffs. A mix of dispersed free camping on the beaches and fee camping on private land is available along the trail. Be aware of DEEP sand and livestock and proceed according to your vehicle's capability, as this is the most challenging part of the trail.
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