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'La Bufadora' is a marine geyser that shoots ocean water straight up into the air.. It occurs naturally from ocean waves that push water into a sea cavern, which causes the pressure to build and then explode when the water recedes. But be prepared, if...More
As I mentioned, I've lived here for 50 years and been to the Bufadora many times (to take guests who wanted to see it, despite my objections) and never could find the attraction of this place. Many years ago it wasn't so bad, easy parking,...More
Overall, it was a cool place to visit but be ready to say No to vendors about 100 times. We booked a private tour and we were glad we did it that way because we left quickly as I was simply tired of saying No...More
After my horseback riding trip my guide Miguel suggest that I go see the blowhole. After my taxi ride tru the town of Ensenada. The walk to the blowhole has lots of shops and restaurants you can some good gifts and good food both from...More
if the Ocean has more waves then you will notice the waves battering the rocks and the foam climbing high, but it was a very calm day, so it was difficult to notice, in any case the place and nature is lost with the amount...More
We had a tour to this place. It took about 50 minutes from Ensenada port. After arriving you need to go through long market where you can buy different souvenirs, but almost all items are not good quality. Our guide said that La Bufadora is...More
You would have to look out for the restaurants and bars to sit for a bit. There are no "park" benches until you get to the end by the blow hole. There you can find steps and ledges to sit down on. If they have the walkers... More
You would have to look out for the restaurants and bars to sit for a bit. There are no "park" benches until you get to the end by the blow hole. There you can find steps and ledges to sit down on. If they have the walkers with the seats it would be ideal. It is a relatively flat walk.There are some steps at the end newar the blowhole.