Playa El Burro

Just south of Playa Escondida, Playa El Burro is one of the bay's finest beaches, but much of the sand is taken over by semipermanent RV inhabitants who block access to some of the best stretches of beach. At the north end of this cove stands Restaurant Bertha's (Km 109; mains US$5-9; h 8am-10pm), a friendly Mexican-owned place serving reasonably priced

Mexican dishes, seafood and delicious breakfasts. It also sells bags of ice.

The north end of the beach (take the right fork after turning off the highway) is a great spot for tent camping (campsites US$8), though it's far from isolated. The office, where you pay your camping fees, rents kayaks (per day US$20) and canoes (per day US$25) for exploring the offshore islands. There's also usually someone here that will take you by panga (per hour US$25 for up to six people) to prime snorkeling spots in the area.

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