Trip Details:

Travel Dates:
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Travel Style:
Baja Vibe

Vehicle: Baja Beach Bus

Low-Impact Tent Camping,
Breakfast, Etc.

The Baja border

Duration: 2 Days

Cost: $110 + 17 USD
Food Fund
(Camp Sites, Round-trip Transport & Breakfast Included. Snacks and Beverages not included)


Cost: $110 USD + $17 USD Food Fund
2 Days

(Camp Sites, Round-trip Transport & Breakfast Included)

Trekkers, get yourselves ready to do some major bar-hopping, cantina sampling and partying through Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada! Definitely not for the faint of heart.

Day 1

We'll get the weekend started right and meet up in the morning at the border, where we'll pile into Gus the Baja Beach Bus for a comfy, chatty ride to Rosarito Beach, our first stop. Rosarito is full of fun bars and clubs. Ride a mechanical bull, explore the town or ride some horses on the beach with your new friends. There's Papas & Beers and more.

Hanging out at Taco Stand

After Roasarito, we'll stop at one of our favorite pacific beaches and spend some time relaxing in the sun, doing as much of nothing as we can handle. Horseback riding on the beach, anyone?

Once we arrive in Ensenada, We'll once again be located close enough so you can pick out the big red bus even in the dark, when you're done partying. It might not be possible, but there might be even more to do here in Ensenada than in Rosarito! You could visit the oldest cantina in Baja California, Hussong's, or perhaps the original Papas & Beer or Habana Cabana. Check out the Port of Ensenada with its extravagant cruise ships or survey the local taco stands in search of the ultimate fish taco. When you're done just wind your way back. We'll be camping at night so once you're all dubbed out, you can relax on Gus (the Bus) and enjoy the sounds of the nearby ocean. Sound good so far? Let the festivities begin!

Sunset by the beach

Day 2

Once everyone's awake and breakfast has been made, we'll slide back up the coast for some lunch and one last look at all our new favorite spots. Once back in Tijuana the party continues through the liveliest hot spots in TJ (optional). Once the fiesta stops it's hugs and good-byes all around. See you next time, compadres!

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Our adventures are designed to be flexible. Due to the nature of Baja travel, the above itineraries are meant for representative purposes. Thanks for your understanding!

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