La Bufadora

You’ll be able to hear La Bufadora beach before you see it. This beautiful beach in Baja California is home to the largest sea geyser in North America. Air gets trapped in a sea cave and causes water to explode upward, often shooting more than 31 meters above sea level, and creating a thunderous noise. This is a site to see, especially against the stunning backdrop of the deep blue ocean waves and rugged, rocky cliffs that make the Baja California coastline so unforgettable.

Getting There

La Bufadora is only a 45 minute drive from Ensenada, Mexico. To get to Ensenada, you can fly into to the Tijuana International Airport. From there, you can rent a car or take a bus (for about $15) for the 1-1.5 hour long drive along the coast. Ensenada has also become a popular cruise ship destination. Once you arrive in Ensenada, either by land or by air, you’ll head about 38 km southwest along the coast before you get to La Bufadora. Canadians can get non-stop flights to Mexico from Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and other popular cities.