Traveler’s Guide to Camping Mexico’s Baja: Explore Baja and Puerto Peñasco with Your RV or Tent (Traveler’s Guide series)

Offering invaluable sightseeing tips, advice on fun activities, and detailed descriptions of campgrounds, this grand tour of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula provides both RV and tent campers with the best resources for planning a vacation chock-full of beachcombing, back-roads exploring, golf, fishing, whale watching, and water sports. The tour centers around a two-lane ribbon of asphalt winding southward to Cabo San Lucas, from the Pacific Ocean to the Sea of Cortez and back again—and includes important information on border crossings, document requirements, vehicle preparation, and road conditions. In addition to describing the formal campgrounds of Baja—featuring updated maps, recreational opportunities, lists of facilities, and driving instructions—this revised guide also provides telephone numbers, websites, e-mail addresses, GPS coordinates, and picture icons that offer a convenient, quick review of each campground.\

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  • Unfortunately it’s been awhile since I used this traveler’s guide, but I used it to successfully find places to camp that I hadn’t known before. I found it to be thorough in it’s coverage of cultural references, offerings on quality of services and and excellent companion. I would buy it again if I didn’t already own a copy.
  • This book explains very well the risk of the voyage. It gives very good tricks. One suggests there a way to take and there is the list of all the camp-site. Very nice purchase for me.
  • My husband and I drove from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas and back in February 2018. We camped in a tent, we found the camping and the road information very accurate. The book is a very helpful resource.
  • So, you’re going camping and you are wondering where to start. Camping is a rather simple pleasure, but it’s vital that you make yourself aware of some basic things when it comes to camping. This article will help educate you on some of the things you need to know for your trip.Pre-cool your ice chest by filling it with loads of ice, at least six hours prior to departure. When you are about to leave, pack up your refrigerated cooled drinks and block ice, not cubed. Popping room temp beverages will take up valuable ice-life, and the cubes will melt much quicker than a block!If your canteen is beginning to smell musty, you can give it a good cleaning with baking soda. Place a little bit of water in your canteen, and then add three tablespoons of baking soda. Shake gently, let it sit for sixty minutes, and then rinse with water. Your canteen will be refreshingly clean!Prior to leaving on your camping adventure, look at the weather forecast in the location your are going to be camping. There are several websites that will give you the weather forecast for the week. With the right weather information, you can be prepared with the proper clothing and equipment.Let people know where your group is headed. Just in case anything happens to any of you, you want to know that there are people who know where you are at. This is a good precautionary measure to take if something were to happen to your camping group, because help will be on the way soon.Remember to pack a camera. There are some memories you’re going to want to capture on your camping trip. Bring along a small camera that can fit in your pocket. Try to pack something durable that could stand getting dropped or becoming a bit wet. Consider using a disposable camera.Be prepared for colder weather than expected when choosing a sleeping bag to bring on your camping trip. Always choose a sleeping bag rated for a temperature range just below what you’re expecting, even in the summertime. Also, sleeping bags made with synthetic fibers will dry out faster if it rains unexpectedly, but natural fiber sleeping bags will be lighter to carry.Many people will tell you that they have fond memories of camping. The information provided here should help make it so that you have a memorable trip as well, as long as you keep the information in mind. You should know be ready to field any curve balls that come your way!

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