Operating every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, your day starts with a visit to Tijuana, where a guide takes you on a sightseeing tour of the area. Next up is Puerto Nuevo, a lobster village and fishing pos, where you’ll chow down on Puerto Nuevo style lobster rolls and margaritas. Enjoy a mariachi serenade, then travel to Rosarito Beach before taking the scenic route back to San Diego.
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While subject to change, a typical Baja Mexico Grand Tour schedule is as follows: (1) 9:00 am Depart San Diego for Mexico (2) 10:00 am - Arrival to Tijuana with City Tour (3) 11:30 am - Depart from Tijuana (4) 12:30 pm - Arrives at Puerto Nuevo (5) 2:30 pm - Depart Puerto Nuevo (6) 3:00 pm - Arrives at Playa de Rosarito (7) 4:45 pm - Depart Playa de Rosarito (8) 6:00 pm - Arrival in San Diego pick-up locationsWhat forms of identification do I need to cross in and out of Mexico?
For US Citizens, you are required to bring a passport for re-entry into the US. Any parents traveling with children are encouraged to carry birth certificates. For Non-US Citizens, a passport, 1-94 card or resident alien card is required. Due to high-security alerts, additional paperwork may be required and is left to the client to inquire through their local embassy.Does the bus have a restroom?
Their 50 passenger motorcoach has a restroom and is the vehicle most commonly used on their tours. Five Star Tours' smaller motor coaches and vans do not have a restroom.Does the tour operate rain or shine? Is there assigned seating?
Five Star Tours will operate a tour rain or shine and do not have assigned seating. They strongly encourage families to participate in their tours and welcome service animals.Is lunch included on this Baja Mexico Grand Tour?
Yes. Guests are treated to a Baja lobster lunch which includes Pacific Ocean Lobster deep fried to perfection, served with unlimited rice, beans, and a welcome Margarita!