Our next stop was north of the city of La Paz, written up as the best boondocking spot in all of Baja California! Back to the Sea of Cortez, which is now one of our favorite bodies of water. It was time for chilling at Playa El Tecolote. Check out my review of the beach here.
This was another wide beautiful beach but with several beachfront restaurants in the middle. There were quite a few RVs parked on the east end of the beach but there was lots of open space. We parked about 100 yards away from the next RV in a nice private spot.
We took a walk on the beach and decided to have an early dinner. As we returned, the RV looked so close to the water that Hector kept checking to make sure that high tide wouldn’t reach us.
That evening we were treated to a spectacular sunset. And the next morning we awoke to a commanding view of the south end of the island of Espíritu Santo amidst beautiful turquoise water.
We hadn’t had much downtime and had covered many many miles so we decided to take it easy and relax and read for a couple of days.
The next afternoon a couple that we’d met at the RV park in Bahia de los Angeles drove in to spend the night.
We hung out with Chuck and Teri and their cute dog, Kokanee. They brought a little firepit and lit a nice fire that evening and we enjoyed another fabulous sunset.
Later that night Hector and I came back out to watch the stars which were beautiful.
The next day we walked over to one end of the beach where there’s a little trail up a hill and hiked up to a road that took us around the bend. And what was over the bend? Another beautiful little beach cove of course. That was the extent of our activity for the day.Some may have noticed that we’ve been wearing hoodies and coats. It’s been unusually cold in Baja but seeing the weather in the States we haven’t dared to complain. Here we finally found the warm weather! On a nice, calm and warm day we went for a paddle.
There were fish jumping out of the water and of course pelicans and gulls. There were also a lot of frigate birds flying above us which are so interesting with their forked tails.
The water was a beautiful turquoise and swimming pool clear. Just like the pictures we’ve seen that made us want to come to Baja in the first place.
It was a relaxing paddle and a great way to end our restful stay at this lovely beach but the time had come to hit the big city and their Carnaval celebration.
Insanely jealous. Keep living that dream for all of us!
Wow, what a fabulous stop…
It’s a beautiful place.
Another beautiful spot. What spectacular sunsets! Love the photo of your RV under the stars:) Your paddle looked wonderful and relaxing.
Really loved it, wished we could have stayed longer but other adventures awaited.
You have put on a lot of miles. It is good to relax and regroup with Carnival ahead.
Yes, it reminds us of our trip to Alaska. Spectacular place and lots of driving.
The color of the water and the fabulous sunsets. It must be heavenly!
It is, and so close to the city also!