Camp Cecil: Baja’s Best New Getaway
An artfully designed new "glamping" experience on the island of Espiritu Santo in Baja California, Mexico
Story & photos by Kim Brown Seely
For three days this winter I lived in a tent on a beach beside the sea. This wasn’t your typical tent. Not even remotely. This tent was more like a fantasy about beach camping you never even knew you had. I still dream about my tent. It had white canvas walls, a real bed (with sheets), and a cotton blanket the color of a cantaloupe. Best of all? When I unzipped my front door two camp chairs anchored a front-porch mat, so I could sit in the sun and drink in the view.
My tent was one of eight that make up Camp Cecil, an artfully designed new “glamping” experience on the island of Espiritu Santo in Baja California, Mexico… continue reading
Kim Brown Seely is a contributing editor at Virtuoso Life magazine and 2016 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year. She has written about far-flung places for National Geographic Adventure, Travel & Leisure, Town & Country, Outside,Coastal Living, and Sunset. When she’s not on the road she divides her time between Seattle, Washington, and Hailey, Idaho, and can be found at kimbrownseely.com.