Surf Safari, Baja California, Mexico

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Tired of the crowds, want your own wave? It’s yours on this new weekend trip to the renowned breaks of Baja California. We will travel south of Ensenada to our choice of private beginner friendly breaks on the Baja peninsula. Night will find us feasting on tasty meals, gathered around a bonfire being awed by the stars. We will camp out right on the beach and cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. No experience necessary, we provide instructions, boards and wetsuits.

Check out the trip info sheet, itinerary and packing list for Thursday-Sunday trips here (PDF) and Saturday-Monday trips here (PDF)

Course Area Punta Cabras, Baja California

Outback Adventures has been conducting surf trips in Baja California for several years now and we have fostered many positive relationships with our friends in Mexico and have developed an extensive working knowledge of the area. Punta Cabras is a point of land jutting into the Pacific about 5 miles north of Ejido Eréndira. North of the point is a long bay, to the south is a south facing bay perfect for those learning to surf as well as those already skilled. Ejido Eréndira is a small community located in the municipality of Ensenada in the state of Baja California. It is 100 km south of the city of Ensenada. It has a population of about 1,170 people most of whom make a living by fishing.  Erédira is an isolated and undeveloped beach. While it has areas with the rough, cold seas common on the Pacific side of Baja California, there are rocky outcroppings that form pools of seawater that are protected from the open ocean. Nearby there is an area that had been used by pre-historic peoples that gathered seasonally here to collect shellfish such as clams, sea snails, mussels and other. They left a layer of shells over eight meters thick that Canadian archeologists have dated back over 10,000 years. The first Europeans arrived here in 1542 when viceroy Antonio de Mendoza send Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. Wildlife to be found in the areas, aside from shellfish, include migrating whales, dolphins, seals, pelicans, seagulls, sea anemones, limpets, sea snails and small fish. Please click on the links below to learn more about Baja California and travel in Mexico.

Useful Links

Baja Links

Spanish for Travelers

Surf Skills

Surf Line-surf forecast for Northern Baja

Surf Report-for Punta Cabras

Registration fees cover transportation from UCSD to the trip destination, instruction, most food and all group gear (tents, cooking equipment, surfboards, first aid supplies etc.). Participants provide personal equipment on the packing list (above), most of which can be purchased or rented at Outback Adventures


Drugs, alcohol, tobacco and firearms are not permitted on any Outback trip. Presence of these items is grounds for immediate removal from the trip at the participant's expense.

Current emergency contact and medical information must be provided.

All participants must complete a Liability-Waiver (PDF) prior to the trip.

Cancellation Policy

Rental gear listed as provided above by Outback Adventures must be reserved and picked up at the Outback Rental Shop prior to the trip, during store hours. There is no extra charge.


Adventure travel has inherent risks of injury and/or death. These risks contribute to the "adventure" aspect of our trips. UCSD Outback Adventures and its employees assume no liability for any damages, loss, injury or death as a result of our trips. Some trips have a prerequisite fitness level, for which the participants are responsible. Any person participating in an Outback Adventures trip is personally responsible for his or her own safety.