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Surf Gallery

This is surfing gallery of some of the first surfers on the east cape when back in the day it took a lot of effort to get there. At the beginning, we used to throw the boards on a rubber boat to get there before the road was accessible to the South. Now we use buggies and Polaris RZR's .


Cabo Pulmo in Baja Sur is a quiet exposed beach reef and point break that has pretty consistent surf. Summer offers the favored conditions for surfing. Offshore winds are from the west northwest with some shelter here from north winds. Groundswells are more common than wind swells and the ideal swell direction is from the south. The beach break offers both left and right hand waves. Relatively few surfers here, even on good days. Watch out for coral and sharks.

Other Nearby Surf Breaks closest to Cabo Pulmo:

Closest Break:   El Rincon.  This is a sheltered right break from the south wind. With a big swell from the southeast, this break is very close to Cabo Pulmo.  It works at times but needs to be surfed by fairly experiences surfers due to the rocky shoreline.  Summer offers the best conditions for this area.  It' a rare location. (3 mi North)

Second Closest Break:   Sand Dunes.  This beach break offers both left and right waves. Rarely works but if it does then you are usually the only one out!  15 minutes to the south. 

Third Closest Break:  Punta Perfecta is a 35  minute drive to the south on the dirt road. It's a fairly exposed beach right point break that has consistent surf. Summer and Fall offers the optimum conditions for surfing.  When this goes off it can be really big and fun.  The waves are not too powerful however.  Hard to access from the beach.  Watch the tide on this one. Make sure that you time the high tides or you won't be able to get out for a while.

Fourth Closet Break:  9-Palms.  This area is one of the most popular on the East Cape.  It's a right point-break that sports an easy paddle-out unless it's really big.  Generally you can find smaller surf on the inside for the kids and beginners and intermediates.  long boards are fun here.  The surfers here are so generous and commonly give waves up for you.  

If you are a huntington beach type surfer that has no respect for the others then you may have to make a slight adjustment here.  There are usually plenty of waves to go around and 99.9% of the people are really nice.  Many days there are a few surfers out.  But at times there can be as much as 10-15 surfers out here in the mornings.  Inside is fun too and no crowds.

Cabo Pulmo Map