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My husband and I came to Baja camp for our honeymoon and we were absolutely mind blown by this place!!! This is heaven on earth, all thanks to Andrea. Andrea built this camp with incredible attention to detail and it shows through every aspect of...More
How could anyone give this less than a "5" (i.e. excellent) rating?
Completely amazing, once in a lifetime (though hopefully not) type of visit to beautiful island waters. Andrea is a fantastic host and he and his crew treated us to an unforgettable experience. The...More
This beautiful destination is one of the best-kept secrets in La Paz. Catch a boat to the campsite which takes about an hour, and you're greeted by the staff with a fresh beverage and a light lunch. Check into your tent on the beach and...More
We're a family of three Australians living in Seattle, with a 10 year old daughter. We've travelled quite a bit, and we can say without any reservation that this was one of the most memorable and delightful adventures of our life.
From the first moment...More
Baja Camp was perfect for two teenage boys and their parents to disconnect with all technology and connect with each other and nature. It was basic enough for it to feel authentic, yet extra touches such as beds with proper sheets and pillows, solar powered...More
I've just returned from camp in late June. Temps during the day reached the low 90's. We would lunch around 2 pm, and then I found I needed to retreat to the shade of either my tent or the large "living room" tent to avoid... More
I've just returned from camp in late June. Temps during the day reached the low 90's. We would lunch around 2 pm, and then I found I needed to retreat to the shade of either my tent or the large "living room" tent to avoid the intensity of the sun, but most days a good breeze made that very comfortable. By late afternoon, being outside was fine, and every evening the temps lowered and the breezes were such that sleeping was very comfortable.