Playa La Perla | Established Campground

Mexico

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Last Visited: 2 months ago
GPS: 26.63478, -111.82474
Altitude: 11.7 masl
Place Website:
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: No

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Description

Same entrance as Requeson, it's to the right of it.Recommended to short RV's. There is a pretty,inviting small sand beach with weather beaten palapas, some pit toilets have no doors/offer no privacy.Beautiful cacti and mountain backdrop.Long stretches of coastline,very secluded with lots of solitude. Apparently famous for fishing.
The owners sell their catch when available.

Price 150pesos

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Much quieter than Requisition or Santispec! off the road, beautiful small bay with good snorkel/paddle. Easy to walk to Requstion and island. Paid.$150/ nite. There was a huge trailer in there, A class, 32 ft +, no prob. Last papalypa smelled like pee, so maybe pick another?

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Traveling with 24’ RV trailer, and what a wonderful find. Backed beside a palapa and spent two great days. Beautiful small cove. Fishermen out each day. Scallops the size of silver-dollars. Info on cost,etc per entries above. There was a multi-family group and felt like being in a commune.

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All is good at Perla. The palapas are in great shape. Much less busy with day trippers then Requeson next door. Bathrooms not the best but they were putting up some new structures today, which seems promising. Rosa runs the place. It is now 200mx/night.

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Place looks run down with trash everywhere between the trees on the right. Toilet shacks totally falling apart, so not really sure what you are paying for (can't be either the recycling or toilets). The water looks nice, but had some red algea at the time.

The "half-moon" shaped beach described earlier is also not exactly special. We had much better places during our month on the Baja so far, so decided to drive further south.

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Stayed here 4 nights. toilets are in sad shape with no door any more and sagging to one side, propped up with a 2x4. The caretaker didn't speak any English and when I held up four fingers and said quadro noches, it seemed like she was having a hard time calculating the fee for four nights. I showed her 600 pesos and she smiled and accepted that.

very quiet days, excellent kayaking in the mornings with big north winds typically by noon. We saw and paddled with a whale shark on the last day when the winds held off.

A couple of families arrived as we were packing up for Samana Santa -- El Requeson nearby had already filled up with dozens of tents, Mexican pop music and even charter bus service from Mulege.

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Easy to find. Follow the sign for El Requeson and you'll see a sign for La Perla farther down. Nice road for any rig. Park at Requeson and walk it (200m) if in doubt.
This area of beaches is way less crowdy than 15km north.
Some garbage around. Pit toilets are sketch, but usable. Old lady is still taking care of it.
Cute little and photogenic beach. What makes it different from the others is its size and its half moon shape that you can capture. It's like being part of the beach instead of on the beach.
$150mxp per vehicle, with palapa.

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we stopped at a few spots on the way down the bay and most were very crowded. all the palapas here were taken so we continued South and found many other spots with no services but some fire rings. We stayed in one of these and no one came asking for money by 10 AM when we left. not sure if they are part of La Perla or not. A lot of hwy noise from the trucks engine breaks and accelerating but since wind was blowing the waves mostly drowned out that noise.

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Beautiful small bay, perfect for floating. Weathered palapas, pit toilets, some with privacy curtains, others not.
We actually stayed at El Requeson next door but walked into this campground to check it out. No one there.

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Cute little beach with six palapas. Very small waves so perfect for kids. Watch out for small stingrays near the rocks (they were quite timid and swam away when we got close so probably not a huge problem).

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Stayed here 2 night tent camp with my dog in one of the palapas. Yes they are dilapidated but do serve the purpose of keeping the wind out esp. at night. Nothing spectacular about this beach other than being quiet and clean. Different vendors do come around with sourvenirs and drinks. The little old lady who runs the property is nice especially if you speak Spanish.

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Just south of El Cojote, same access. 6 Palapas, very basic pittoilet, no other facilities. Accessroad short but rough and narrow, less crowded than Cojote. 100 M$

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Nice Place, quiet, Walking with the dog posible, clean for Mexico.

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Same entrance as Requeson, it's to the right of it.Recommended to short RV's because of the narrow, bumpy road with sharp turns(our truck camper fared well)There is a pretty,inviting small sand beach with weather beaten palapas, some pit toilets have no doors/offer no privacy.Beautiful cacti and mountain backdrop.Long stretches of coastline,very secluded with lots of solitude. Apparently famous for fishing.
The owners sell their catch when available.

Price 100pesos

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