Buena Vista Mexico
Buena Vista, Baja California Sur would be lost to the world if not for the Baja Highway that briefly touches the coast in this nearly forgotten town before heading on down to Cabo San Lucas. Anyone looking for their own private beach, practically secluded from the rest of civilization, will be thrilled to find that Buena Vista has a place on the map. Here there is a sprinkling of small beach-side hotels, but not much else in the way of services.
The two biggest draws to Buena Vista are its 20-miles of undeveloped, sandy beaches that run from Punta Pescadero on Buena Vista’s north side to Punta Colorada on its south side, and its docks where travelers have probably rented a boat from a hotel in another more developed tourist location and come to the area for its fine fishing, most likely with a guide aboard the boat. Anglers are known to pull in dorado, roosterfish, wahoo, and yellowtail year-round, and sailfish between the months of June and December. Inshore fishermen find themselves reeling in pargo, cabrilla, grouper, and sometimes yellowtail.