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Book now and save 10 percent!
Six ways to save:

Early Bird: Life's good south of the border. Kick your feet up and save! No need to rush for those last minute specials. Get on a Baja Trek early and get a 10% discount off the quoted price. Just book and pay in FULL for either a Baja Vibe or a Baja Adventurer style Trek at least 4 weeks before the date of departure and take 10% off the price. It's that easy. The early bird truly does catch the worm.

Au Pair: Working hard for low pay is tough, we know that. So if you are an Au Pair jump on board and save 10% off of our already low priced treks. Bring another friend along and they'll save 10% too. It doesn't get much better than that. Baja Trek values an international community, that's why we value Au Pairs.

Camp Counselor: Are you a camp counselor? On a break? Why not join the Baja Trek community and meet some cool new people along the way. There is nothing like friendships forged on the road. Book a trek and to help out we'll slide a 10% discount to you and a friend because we know you have outdoor and community experience and we value that.

Backpacker Card: Do you have a Backpacker Bucks discount backpacker card? We will honor it with a 10% discount on any of our treks. If you don't have one and would like to purchase one to save on your upcoming trek you can get one from us. Backpacker Bucks cards are just $20 and will save you that much in savings right off the bat. Half of the purchase price goes to support non-profits and charities in the community. Just let us know when booking for the card or discount. That's all there is to it. Simple, isn't it?

 

So get on the bus and leave the rest to us!

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“Half the fun of the travel is the aesthetic of lostness.” – Ray Bradbury