Surfing K-38, Baja
K-38 is a good right hand point break and one of the best-known spots in Northern Baja. If there are waves you will definitely find a crowd at K-38. K-38 is a fun mushy right reef break at high tides. During low to medium tides K-38 get fast and hallow, also the giant rocks that are normally covered get exposed so take caution. K-38 is easy to check out and easy to get to, which is another reason why it gets so crowded. Booties are recommended when surfing K-38 due to the rock reef, booties will help you get safely back in. Make sure that you lock your car up good; a few people have gotten their cars broken into here.
Wave Type: Rocky reef break
Wave Direction: Mostly Rights
Best Surf: Head high to double overhead
Wave consistency: Consistency
Bottom Type: Rock
Tides and Swell
Best Tide: Medium to high tide, it sometimes is fun on low tide, however you will have to watch out for exposed rocks
Wind Direction: East
Best Swell Direction:K-38 breaks best on Southwest swells.
Easy to Locate: Yes
Location: 45 minutes South of the Border. It’s located off of the free road (Old Highway 1), at Km 38. Park on the dirt road under the free road. Lock you car, due to high car theft.