This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in El Pescadero.
As the Pacific Ocean is right beside El Pescadero, Mexico, you can expect the weather to be just as beautiful and moderately temperate -- and this is probably why El Pescadero in Baja California Sur Mexico is considered the "oasis" of the desert. With the Pacific Ocean to its west and the Sierra dela Laguna mountains to the east, you'll see palm-lined roads and mostly farmland in town. But don’t assume that this is a sleepy town -- many tourists prefer to stay at El Pescadero Baja Cailfornia Sur, especially surfers of all skill levels.
Another great reason to choose El Pescadero is its location. You will be able to find an El Pescadero hostel to suit all of your needs. Honeymooners and couples alike would definitely enjoy this hideaway of sorts, offering seclusion and privacy that you cannot easily get when booking in a resort packed with tourists. As many tourists describe their stay at any of the resorts located in El Pescadero, it is a romantic getaway that offers a small, quaint, and elegant accommodation that promises not just friendly staff but also a relaxing ambiance for which no amount of money can compensate.
So if you’re looking for a quiet and quaint, picturesque vacation that would allow you to rejuvenate and give yourself that much needed respite, then El Pescadero is the place to be. It is the perfect hideaway of sorts not because it is remote; on the contrary, people in El Pescadero Baja California Sur understand what tranquil living is all about -- they open the doors to tourists and visitors alike to absorb and soak up in that kind of experience when you stay with them.
Written by local enthusiast for El Pescadero hostelsAngelica Burrage