Baja Mexico Grand Tour from San Diego

  • Tour code: 234-2301
  • Available: Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat
  • Depart from: San Diego, CA
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Sightseeing in Tijuana. Visit Cultural Center, the Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Zoo, the Tijuana Tower, Rosarito Beach and shop along Avenidad Revolution.

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  • Day 1 San Diego-Tijuana-Puerto Nuevo-Rosarito Beach-San Diego(1008 miles)
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Day 1 San Diego-Tijuana-Puerto Nuevo-Rosarito Beach-San Diego(1008 miles)

Guests will be picked up in San Diego at 9:00am. Our adventure begins with a journey over the Mexican-American border to Tijuana, MX, the fourth-largest city in Mexico. We will go on a cultural sightseeing tour of the area with stops at the Cultural Center, the Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Zoo, the Tijuana Tower, and Avenidad Revolution, where guests will have some time to shop. This street is the main shopping district in the area, with more than 400 different types of shops!

Next, it's off to Puerto Nuevo, MX. Once a small fishing town, it is now home to more than 50 different restaurants offering the local special, Puerto Nuevo-style lobster! Enjoy a Pacific Ocean lobster deep-fried to perfection, as well as unlimited rice, beans, and a margarita.

After lunch, guests will be able to enjoy some time to relax next to the Pacific Ocean. After, we will travel to Rosarito Beach, MX, a blooming beachside community with endless opportunities to visit the shore, go horseback riding, and much more.

At the end of the day, we will return to the departure point in San Diego for dropoff.

Tijuana is the largest city in Baja California. It sits on the border of California and Mexico and shares a border with San Diego; each year more than fifty million people move between the two major cities.






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I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Kerri on 2014-01-01

Our tour was excellent, we could'nt have asked for better. The guide was able share a lot of local knowledge with us and had a good relationship with other people in Mexico eg. Restaurant, shopping etc. Another group that were on the same tour were lovely and we stayed together throughout the day. We were lucky enough to have a very small tour group so our Guide was able to tailor the day to suit all of us. A great big thank you, we had a fantastic time, would recommend it to anyone.

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