Anyone in search of Mexico campgrounds and who loves diving and the sea can camp and enjoy the Sea of Cortez at Cabo Pulmo National Park, located a few hours from the city of La Paz. A protected reserve due to its marine biodiversity, Cabo Pulmo is the perfect spot for relaxing among desert landscapes with an unparalleled view of the sea, or for snorkeling all day long.
Punta Coyote and San Evaristo are other good alternatives for camping in La Paz on solitary beaches surrounded by the stark beauty of the desert.
Seventy-eight miles southeast of La Paz, you’ll find Sierra de la Laguna, which was designated a Biosphere Reserve in 1994. This rocky formation rises over 7,200 feet above sea level and is home to the only forest in Baja California Sur.
The ascent to the peak can take up to eighteen hours, but there are several sites along the route that are great for setting up camp.