I loved being at this beach with the locals. We walked across the walked to the other side. It was awesome!
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This beach is beautiful. The water is very shallow and calm so it is perfect to visit with children or people who can't swim. We took por paddleboards and explored other nearby beaches. Definitely one of our favorite spots in La Paz.
Stunning Beach, warm clean water. We went 4 times during our 10 day stay we loved it so much! We were staying at the Hyatt Place La Paz and therefore were only a quick 15 minute drive from this glorious beach. Small parking lot, that...More
Balandra Beach is a beautiful location. We took the time to follow the beach and walked to Mushroom Rock. This place is magical. I suggest that you follow the shore toward Mushroom Rock to more secluded beaches. Be aware to NOT climb the sand dunes,...More
We drove all the way from Cabo San Lucas which took about two hours. Getting through Cabo with the road construction and navigating through the unknown streets of La Paz took some time. Allow yourself extra time if this is your first trip. We stopped...More
This is one of the most photographed and popular beaches in La Paz, and for the Baja as well. About a 30 minute drive out the bay from the city, you wouldn't know it was there until you made the final curve. White-sand beaches, and...More
At low tide you can walk all the way across the bay. The water is warm and the sand is fine. Also the location of El Hongo (the mushroom rock).
walk forever is crystal clear warm water, see fish and wildlife, soft sand, amazing colours and landscape, best beach ever.
We headed out to Balandra mid morning and the place was already busy! Rented chairs, table and umbrella on the beach and enjoyed the fabulous view. Also rented a SUP and took turns paddling in the cove. The water is so warm and shallow you'd...More