Posts Categorized: Scorpion Bay

Scorpion Bay

San Juanico, also known as Scorpion Bay, is a quiet paradise along the Baja peninsula with endless possibilities for travelers. Many come to experience the perfect point-break waves, while others thrive in the peace and tranquility of Mexico. This remote village offers something for everyone in the family to enjoy, with diverse fishing, surfing, horseback… Read more »

Exploring San Juanico Scorpion Bay

San Juanico camping

By Carla King In my last post, you’ll find the trip report from Mulegé to San Juanico (Scorpion Bay) the hard way and the easy way. San Juanico is a fishing village on a protected, south-facing bay on the Pacific side of Baja Sur. It’s said that surfers in the 1970s attempted to hide its… Read more »

Trip Report: Bahía Concepción to La Purísima and San Juanico

By Carla King From Mulegé to Scorpion Bay I strapped my paddleboard to the roof rack and threw some basic camping gear into the Tacoma to explore the off-pavement route west to San Juanico, also called Scorpion Bay. It’s a protected, south-facing bay famous with surfers for its regular point breaks but I looked forward… Read more »

An Off-Road Exploration of San Juanico, San José Comondú, and La Purísima

Mission San Jose de Comondu, Baja, BCS, Mulege, Loreto

By Carla King Travelers who visit us in Posada Concepción study our atlas trying to find a good route across the peninsula to San Juanico, San José Comondú, and La Purísima. All the roads look a little iffy, and they are. Weather and lack of maintenance can make it slow going and practically impassable even for 4x4s… Read more »

Scorpion Bay Surf Package

scorpion bay hotel deal

Ready to get away and hit the waves? Look no further than the surf package that takes the stress and planning out of your hands and does the work for you. With the new Scorpion Bay Hotel 5-day, 4-night package, you can surf your socks off and focus on the best part of your vacation… Read more »

Hurricane Odile Effects in Scorpion Bay

By Scorpion Bay Hotel On Sunday, September 14th, 2014, Hurricane Odile made history by being the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.  As a Category 3 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, Odile slammed into Cabo San Lucas and all of Baja Sur causing widespread power outages, wind damage… Read more »