Bahia La India
We stayed at 15 42.36 N 96 11.53 W
Anchored in 18ft over sand
La India is one of the few small bays that stay comfortable even when the swell is rocking all the others. There is nothing here other than a beautiful anchorage and a small reef to snorkel over.
It's pretty small and has been made even smaller with the addition of a series of making buoys. These buoys mark the rocky or coral areas and give the tour operators an area to send their snorkelers.
If you want to come and anchor here we suggest you get here and your anchor set before 11am or after 5pm. While we were here the bay was swarmed with tours and charter boats during this time. Fortunately before 11am and after 5pm we pretty much had it all to ourselves....
The swell was mainly from the south so we set a small stern anchor to keep us pointed the right way. You will need to dive on it make sure that it is set in sand though. There are a lot of rocks near the beach to foul your anchor.
Fuel - No
Cell Service - No
Wifi - No
Dingy Landing - Easy
Garbage - No
Potable Water - No
Showers - No
Laundry - No
General Store - No
Water Taxi - No
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