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Los Cabos Magazine #43

Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 55 That said, Playa Los Cerritos sees steady year-round action, not only for its beautiful scenery and consistently good beach breaks but also for the cold beer and fresh seafood at the Cerritos Beach Club and Surf. There are several companies that offer surf lessons at Playa Los Cerritos, with excursions that leave from Cabo San Lucas. (Find resources at www.loscabosguide.com.) But if you go on your own, board rentals and lessons can easily be arranged on the beach. Advanced surfers may prefer San Pedrito at Pescadero, or La Pastora, which is just north of Todos Santos. All three beaches are within an hour or so of Cabo San Lucas by car. East Cape Baja California Sur’s rustic and beautiful East Cape also features some memorable surf beaches, and there are several local surf shops and activities providers who organize day trips over dirt roads to secluded hot spots like Shipwrecks and Nine Palms. The shipwreck at Shipwrecks has been gone for decades, and Nine Palms has considerably more than nine palms, but such quibbles aside, both spots offer rippable right-hand point breaks, particularly in the summer when occasional chubascos (tropical storms) generate strong southerly swells. For overnight camping trips, fourwheel drive rental cars are a necessity. Transportation and directions are available from top local agencies like Budget (www.budgetloscabos.com), Cactus (www.cactuscar.com), National (www.nationalcar.com.mx), and Payless (www .paylesscsl.com). Y Playa El Tule (top) is located along the Tourist Corridor, while Playa Los Cerritos, or Cerritos Beach, is located on the way from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos. FROM TOP: JOSEPH A. TYSON; FRANCISCO ESTRADA


Los Cabos Magazine #43
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