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This beach is pretty amazing totally chill, guys selling hats and food kids playing nobody acting stupid the clearest calmest water I've ever seen white sand, slight drive to get to but no big deal. I'd give it 5 stars but at the end of...More
This is a must while visiting La Paz. The bays are full of colors and life. The parking lot leads to one of the bays that most of the people go to. I would recommend going over the small hill and go to the other...More
Great beach for kids, a few vendors with umbrellas, etc. Make sure your trip does not coincide with a ferry departure - took us more than 1hr from La Paz due to ferry traffic. Our toddler loved the water, but I have never seen so...More
Driving from las Cabos to la Paz is scenic and interesting drive on mostly well-paved divided Hwy. The malecon walk and drive thru the centro area are the main attractions of the town. The Balandra Beach is not worth spending time to drive. Contrary to...More
The beach is beautiful but full of algae. There is a lot of people and a lot of noise and music. The parking is just next to the beach which is very ugly. You can climb the mountains and walk all the beach across.
The water is crystal clear and you can walk around the cove as the water is chest high at the deepest point. There are 2 coves to explore. Kayak & SUP boards available to rent. I would bring a float, sunscreen, a small cooler, and...More
If you are visiting, you can rent an umbrella, chair and get food and drink at the beach. Of course, you can always bring your own. Not much for snorkeling, but it is a relaxing spot to soak up some sand. There is a public...More
We decided to head to Balandra after visiting La Ventana and the area (actually we did a big loop from El Triunfo, up to La Ventana and then to Balandra Beach which was a nice way to spend a day). There were still a lot...More
I would go for it, just pack enough snacks, water (grab a super cheap cooler and ice from an oxxo store, they’re everywhere) and towels and be there early to grab a free shade and a nice spot. If there are no more free... More
I would go for it, just pack enough snacks, water (grab a super cheap cooler and ice from an oxxo store, they’re everywhere) and towels and be there early to grab a free shade and a nice spot. If there are no more free shades left you can rent one, bring cash. Easter is a busy time of the year so the place will be packed. Kids will have the best time though because this beach is perfect for the little ones.