Is it dangerous to surf in Mexico?
So is it safe to travel to Mexico? The short answer is yes, but there is a lot to know about safe travel before heading to Mexico surf beaches. Certain areas should be avoided, like Colima, Guerrero, Michoacán, Sinaloa, and Tamaulipas.
Is it safe now to go into Baja Mexico?
Answer: NO! The northern part of Baja should be avoided. Places such as Tijuana experience lots of criminal activity from drug cartels to gang violence. The Mexican government has cracked down on criminal activity in the area, however, it is still a dangerous place and you should exercise caution.
Is Baja Malibu safe?
Unfortunately, there have been numerous crime incidents at this area including auto thefts and robberies – and many of these incidents have occurred in the paid secure parking areas! The water here is quite polluted, and many surfers have reported getting sick after sessions at Baja Malibu.
Do you need a wetsuit to surf in Mexico?
Even when Surfing Mexico in the Winter months you almost never will need to wear a wetsuit. As you get a bit farther north (Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit) the water gets colder and stays cooler longer.
Where are Mexican waves?
Salina Cruz, Oaxaca
Southern Mexico’s Oaxaca coast, just south of the famous surfer town of Puerto Escondido, has some of the most year-round-consistent waves in North America, thanks to a prevalent southern Pacific swell.
Where should I stay in Baja for surfing?
SURF HOTELS AND RESORTS FOR: Mexico – Baja
- Villa Santa Cruz. Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. …
- Hacienda Cerritos. Los Cerritos Beach, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. …
- Scorpion Bay Hotel. San Juanico, Baja California Sur, Mexico. …
- Rancho Pescadero. …
- Cabo Surf Hotel & Spa.
Is Baja California Safe 2020?
Baja California state – Reconsider Travel
Violent crime and gang activity are common. Travelers should remain on main highways and avoid remote locations. Of particular concern is the high number of homicides in the non-tourist areas of Tijuana.
Is there a curfew in Cabo?
COVID guidelines in Cabo and how to get tested
Currently, there is also a citywide curfew in place. “A midnight curfew has been implemented since the reopening, though grocery stores close earlier at 9 p.m. and restaurants at 10 p.m.,” said Rodrigo Esponda, managing director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board.