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Mexico, Baja Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Isla Todos Santos (Killers)
 
2.5ft 15secs 277° 10mph NW - Onshore - 319°
 Punta Abreojos
 
1ft 13secs 209° 11mph NNE - Offshore - 19°
 Scorpion Bay
Star
1ft 13secs 291° 4mph NNW - Cross/offshore - 337°
 Cabo Colonet
Star
2ft 15secs 303° 7mph NW - Cross shore - 312°
 Calafia
Star
1.5ft 15secs 297° 5mph NW - Cross/offshore - 322°
 K38, K38.5, K39
Star Star
1.5ft 15secs 297° 5mph NW - Onshore - 322°
 K55/Campo Lopez
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1.5ft 15secs 297° 10mph NW - Onshore - 318°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
A classic destination for visiting American surfers, Baja's famed right pointbreaks and mysto reefs pick up south-west swells from May to September and north-west swells from October to April. Dominant winds blow from the north-west but winter offshores are common. The inlet-riven coastline conspires to block, shadow and wrap swells into a favourable wind, in equal measure. Regional highlights such as the Seven Sisters (pointbreaks) are a regular footer's paradise. Water temperature varies between 11 to 20°C or 52 to 68°F. Pioneered in the 1940s the region has always been seen as an accessible but wild excursion from its northern neighbour. Despite its popularity as a surfing destination, regular travel warnings are put in place as hold-ups and confrontations between local police and drugs gangs become more common.
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