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Baja Surf Guide

Choose Your Baja Surf Spot

Baja Malibu Club Marisol Rosarito Beach / Power Plants Popotla Scorpion Bay
Mushrooms Calafia / Bus Stops K-38 / Theresas Las Gaviotas Erindera
Raul’s La Fonda Baja Seasons / La Salina Salsipuedes Punta Cabra
San Miguel Trailer Parks Todos Santos Beyond Ensenada Punta San Jose

Baja Malibu Surf Guide

Located just 20 minutes south of the border from San Diego, Baja Malibu is a heavy beach break wave for experienced surfers only. It is wide open to swells from all directions….grinding lefts during the summer months and dredging rights in winter. Anything in between will result in shifty peaks peeling off in both directions. Baja Malibu is also known as “Spitters” because of its tendency to unload spitting barrels on shallow sandbar peaks. Once this wave gets to be overhead it requires a bigger board and the understanding that you are going to pay some heavy dues when paddling out. Baja Malibu is best on a medium to low tide. The exit for Baja Malibu is clearly marked from the toll-road.

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