Chacahua National Park

A few days after we arrived in Puerto Escondido, we had to find a 2 day side trip since our hotel was fully booked for the weekend (we planned as we went so we didn’t have reservations much in advance).  We wanted to spend a little more time checking out the Mexican Pipeline and sharing travel stories with the other young surfers/travelers staying at Aqua Luna.

A random French surfer that everyone referred to as “Frenchie”  told us about a magical place called Chacahua.  (More on Frenchie later.)  You have to take a taxi to the bus to the collectivo to a collectivo boat.  It’s no easy ride, but it was worth it.

Side note:  this crazy uncomfortable trip is worth it, but Erik braved the trip with broken ribs!  Yikes.  We didn’t know they were broken yet.  Yep, he’s that hardcore.

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A Chacahua sunset

fresh fish every night

Fresh fish every day

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This is probably the most beautiful, remote place we visited in Mexico

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At night the local headed to the beach to play volleyball

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Penny & Erik on a Hammock

We stayed in an awesome shack with an ocean view and 2 hammocks.

ladder Chacahua

The ladder to get up to the room was a little sketchy.

Peaceful Chacahua

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Marta made us delicious food and kept the beer cold!

Chacahua Fisherman

Just another day at work

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We saw the most beautiful birds on the boat ride back from Chacahua

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Sunset Soccer

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All photos are courtesy of Erik.