I've never tried it the entire way, but there are definitely some obstacles that keep you from doing it all on the beach. First, it's not all sandy beach. South toward Puertecitos its more rock and gravel. Second, you'll want to do it at low tide. There are at least a couple spots where you can only get by then.Has anyone gone from puertecitos to sf on the beach? If so...anything special to know? Looking for a more fun way than pavement in sxs.
Just tell the 'banger' that anything below the tide line is federal property. I'm sure he'll understand and be gracious.Bikes, I'm not afraid. Our group helped out a stranded ex pat last trip when her quad wounding start well below the tide line. We ran into a jack a$$ at one of the southern campos last year, wanna be banger who probably won't come back up here to the US and had a sawed off little piece behind his back. Private property and his kids almost getting hit were his concerns. I marked it on the GPS and cut in north of that, beach is crappy that far south anyway... A truck or buggy would be a bigger deal, donkeying along in a samurai I wouldn't see anyone care.