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Bufadora and horseback


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Have you researched the Bufadora? I have done some digging, and it appears its a 45-60 minute drive from port and also the amount of sea spray is totally dependent on the tide, etc. Google it and see if you can find some videos. I watched one of a RCCL employee that went on a shore excursion to see it (bus ride there and back) and it helped us decide against it. We are looking for other things to do instead.

 

I hope you find something that works for your group.

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12 hours ago, TwinMamainMN said:

it helped us decide against it

Call me a "Bufadora hater," but in my opinion this is a completely forgettable waste of time.  The one benefit would be the enormous number of souvenir stands hawking their merchandise to the tourists if that's what you want. 

 

BTW - The traffic can make the drive even longer at times. 

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I am not a Bufadora hater.  To me, it was OK, but I was not impressed.  I have seen blowholes before; if you haven't, that might make it worth a trip.

 

As SelectSys points out, the number of flea market vendors there is impressive.  But there are lots of vendors in Ensenada without the long drive to Bufadora.

 

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