Cabo, Mexico - Shipwrecks

About an hour from one of the most crowded and tourist-ridden, cruise ship-partying beaches in the world, is one of the most beautiful, remote, wild and isolated surf beaches in the world.  Cabo, Mexico - Shipwrecks is a great spot to go to really get away from it all.  This is only an hour from San José del Cabo but you feel like you are on a scene from LOST!  Keep in mind that this spot REQUIRES A SOUTH SWELL.  Which typically is April - October.  Check conditions.

Surf

Break Type:  Beach

Gear: Trunks

Ambience:  This is just beach and waves.  There are limited, like very limited, like almost none, services here so bring everything you'll need for the day.  Water, food, drinks, TP, and all the other creature comforts.  The ride out here is on a bumpy dirt road once you get away from the town so be prepared for a "Mexican Massage" on the ride out.

Main Surf Spot:  Shipwrecks

Link to current conditions: Surfline

Logistics

Public Parking:  Park here - anywhere on the dirt is fine!

Public Showers:  No.

Public Restrooms:  No.

Transportation:  Need a 4-wheel drive car (otherwise you could get stuck in the sand so be careful).

Nearest Airport:  Cabos airport (SJD)

Alternative Surf Spots

Nine Palms

Area

Lodging:

Very Little

Food:

No

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