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Tijuana to Cabo Road
Log and Driving Guide
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of whether you are driving an RV or a suburban, a bike or a pick-up,
our road logs will assist your journey. Even 20 year veterans of the route
have benefited from the information.
The KM markings are the markings that you will see as you drive. It doesn't
matter if your vehicle reads in miles or kilometers. You just read the signs
on the road to get your bearings. Sometimes one highway combines with
another and old kilometer signs are left up. Not to worry, just continue to
read the guide.
Some of the best navigation points are the Pemex Station numbers clearly
marked on all gas station signs. Topes (Mexican speed bumps) are marked in
the guide just to remind you to go slow. We included Military and
Agriculture check points even though we know these can change frequently.
(Generally they are on one side of the state border or another between the
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Bay of Conception Baja California Mexico
El Requeson Camping Site
Bay of Conception, Baja Mexico
Loreto to CD Constitucion Baja
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Mulege, Cuesta Real and Villa Maria RV Parks
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Conception Baja Sur, Mexico Highway One
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By Bill and Dorothy Bell
About half way down the long drive down the Baja on the Sea
of Cortez, lays
Bahía Concepción just south of the tiny oasis
town of Mulegé.
This 23 mile long Bay is one of the most
picturesque spots on the peninsula, with striking turquoise waters against
the dry barren desert and cactus laid hills.
waters are generally calm here.
Camping at Playa Santispac
The mighty pacific waves are tamed somewhat
by the mass of the peninsula and then again by the arm of the bay almost
hugging and protecting the inner waters. Winds and waves tend to pick up
later in the afternoon, cooling off the dry and sometimes blistering hot
Life on the Bay is laid back and easy. It is
RV heaven with over a dozen RV camping places along the shores. There are
full hook-up spots in Mulegé and generally no-frills camping along the
on the bay make it perfect for snorkeling or diving for scallops
Playa Santispac is one of the more popular
beach spots. It has no electricity or water but there is a dump site. The
current daily rate is $7 a night and is collected by the ejido daily. Water
is sold from tanker trucks and other supplies are consistently sold off the
back of pick-up trucks. Fresh fruit and vegetables. Milk and fish. Two
restaurants – Anna’s and Ray’s Place service the hundreds of rigs that make
this beach home for months at a time.
of our favorite spots is El Requesón. A small spit connects the mainland to
a tiny island at high tide, and at low tide you must wade out to just over
your ankles. The clams and scallops are plentiful here and often you can
swim for your dinner right outside your rig’s door. If you aren’t so lucky,
there is a fisher co-op just a 5 minute walk down the beach.
El Requesón beach where the spit connects to
When supplies and electricity are starting to
get low, you can refresh your energy a night or two in Mulegé – just up the