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Discovered La Ventana in an Internet search and decided immediately to go there, as it was maybe the only ocean spot on a paved road I hadn't seen in Baja Sur. When we arrived at Captain Kirk's, Pam and Chris, the summer caretakers, apologized for...More
The unit we were staying in was going to be getting upgraded in the near future so there were a few maintenance items in need of repair. We were almost out off Wi-Fi range, too. No tv.. But that's ok for sure.
We loved the...More
A group of 6 of us stayed here at the end of January. We had the best time! Our casa was awesome!! Clean, had everyhing you needed, great access to the beach, delish free breakfast! Highly recommend having the ladies who make breakfast come to...More
I recently stayed at Cap Kirk's.
We decided to go up the Sea of Cortez from Cabo and see what it was like.
We loved it. Very quiet, serene and most of all relaxing.
I loved the water, you are far enough down into Cortez...More
Beautiful property, clean and comfortable casitas, unbeatable access to the beach and water sports, great kiteboarding instruction and rental facilities, and warm and welcoming staff (and guests). I will return as soon as I possibly can.
Hi- We rented a car and drove from SJD to La Ventana. It took two hours and it got dark on the last half of the drive. The roads weren't as bad as the guide books make out, since they've been repaved in the past few years... More
Hi- We rented a car and drove from SJD to La Ventana. It took two hours and it got dark on the last half of the drive. The roads weren't as bad as the guide books make out, since they've been repaved in the past few years. We saw very few cars on the drive. I should mention that we discovered that we didn't really "need" the car while we were at La Ventana, since we were kiting (not sight-seeing, plus not many sights) and then you can walk to most places from Kirk's to eat out. We used it to drive around on a non-wind day and checked out the hot springs and the beach at the abandoned hotel. (Ask a local about that while when you'e there.) I'd recommend asking whomever you're staying with about a car service/taxi or if you can double up with any arriving renters. Alternatively, you can fly from SJD to LaPaz and it's a shorter drive/taxi from there. The taxis from SJD to LV are a bit expensive so you can weigh that vs. car rental and how much you may think you'll need it.
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