Summary of The Day: Today you'll begin your fantastic journey through Baja California after we pick you up in Los Angeles. We'll cross the border to enter Baja and drive southbound along the Pacific coast, enjoying a breathtaking ocean views before arriving in Ensenada, a seaport famous for warm Mediterranean-like climate, beautiful bay and incomparable food and wine outlets.
After lunch, we'll head for Guadalupe Valley, the largest wine country in Mexico and home to numerous vineyards and wineries. We'll arrive at L.A. Cetto, the largest winery in Mexico and Latin America, for a fantastic wine tour.
Summary of The Day: In the morning we'll enjoy a morning tour of La Bufadora, the Old Faithful of Mexico. When waves crash into the rocky cove here, saltwater geyser spays columns up to eight stories high!
Afterwards we'll enjoy a scenic drive south on Federal Road #1 towards the farm town of San Quintin. We'll enjoy a delicious lunch and taste the fantastic tomatoes and berries that are grown in abundance here. Then we'll continue south through the Valle de los Cirios (Cactus Valley) where giant cactus thrive in the Mexican harsh desert. In the evening we'll spend the night in Catavina.
Summary of The Day: This morning we'll head for Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, the UNESCO World Heritage Site facing Pacific Ocean. Every autumn, Alaskan gray whales swim 3000 miles down south to come here for reproduction and wintering. It is also a very important habitat for harbor seal, as well as other mammals including the California sea lion, northern elephant seals, and blue whales.
We will spend the whole morning in close contact with whales, watching baby whales swim with their mothers where you can touch them freely and photographing them at extremely close range. this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to interact with these wonderful mammals.
Afterwards we'll visit the world's largest salt plant and lifeblood of Guerrero Negro. We will have a guided tour of the plant, learning how the ocean has formed these massive white mountains of salt and industrial salt is manufactured from this natural salt flat. Make sure to bring your camera to take photos of the shimmering, salty waters.
After lunch, we'll head back to San Quintin for the evening.
San Quintin - Puerto Nuevo - Rosarito - Los Angeles
Summary of The Day: After breakfast we'll travel through Baja Norte to arrive at Puerto Nuevo, the world famous lobster village, for a fantastic seafood lunch.
Following lunch we'll enjoy a scenic drive through the renowned beach resort town of Rosarito. Along the way we'll stop at the Arts and Crafts Corridor, home to shops and shops of authentic pottery, baskets, rugs, and furniture, all sold at bargain prices. Before leaving, we'll visit the classic Rosarito Beach Hotel to view the elegant interior tile decoration and painting.
In the late afternoon we'll cross the border and return to Los Angeles.
Breakfast and lunch are included.
Drop off time and location:
- 6:00pm, Ranch 99 Market in City of Industry
- 6:30pm, Skylink TV Parking Lot in Rosemead
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Standard Price/Person By Occupancy
* Child rate apples to 2-11 years old, sharing a twin room with 2 adults.
* Single occupancy price applies when one person stays in one standard hotel room.
* Double/Triple occupancy price applies when two/three people stay in one standard hotel room, respectively.
Please be at the meeting point 20 minutes prior to tour departure time.
Days Prior To Departure Cancellation Fee
- 60-45 days 15% of tour fee
- 45-30 days 30% of tour fee
- 30-14 days 50% of tour fee
- Within 14 days 100% of tour fee
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There are hardly enough words to describe how phenomenal this trip was. I've been to Baja numerous times throughout my life but never on a trip like this. My family always told stories of Guererro Negro and whale watching from the shore the...re, but I'm the first to get to go out on Ojo de Liebre and see them up close. In just an hour we saw nearly 50 whales and their calves, and even a few mating from afar! And we didn't just see whales but also dolphins who swam right up to our boat, sea lions, falcons, and numerous other birds on our way back to the dock.
While Ojo de Liebre was the highlight of our trip, every day was spectacular. Ensenada was gorgeous and fascinating to tour, especially with our tour guide Fernando providing so much information about the sites and history. The drive to Guerrero Negro was extensive, but we got to see the stunning landscape that makes up Baja from the giant cacti to the massive plateaus and valleys.
Besides the whales, LA Cetto was probably my favorite part of the trip. I've never been a huge fan of wine, but this place and the tasting have fully converted me. The tour wasn't long at all and our guide was extremely knowledgeable. Took back 2 premium bottles that my LA Cetto guide recommended.
I got lucky and had my hotel rooms to myself and they were great. The one in San Quintin was by far my favorite, located right on the bay with a balcony for me to relax on. All the staff and guests were a delight. If you're not feeling too tired, get up early for sunset. You won't want to miss the gorgeous colors as you walk on the beach!
And the food was to die for! Fresh fish, shrimp, lobster, caught right that day and delectable! I've had Mexican food my whole life, but every restaurant surprised me with a new dish and taste. It's a food lover's must-taste.Read full review
I live in South California and it's my first time to Mexico. We were very satisfied with everything and were also amazed to have met and really enjoyed the company of the other travelers we were paired with.
The drive down was l...ong(580mi!) but very enjoyable. It is a scenic trip and we saw a lot of native species of cactus. Everyone had a terrific time thanks to Fernando's attention to detail, knowledge of BAJA etc.
It's a Eco-tour!
We had the BEST time in the world on our whale watching trip to Guerrero Negro
The lagoon at Guerrero Negro is amazing! there were so many whales playing out there and we were so amazed! It's incredible to be out in the lagoon. We saw many mothers and babies at both places and even saw whales mating!
It's a historic/culture tour!
The tour is very informative and has provided us with information on local culture and history. We saw the biggest salt-making facility on the planet and knowing the history behind it. The winery gave us a tour which was an overview of the wine making process from the old time to current technology way. Me and my friends have learned so much about Mexican culture and their history.
It's definitely a foodie tour! We have eaten at most of the nice restaurants and they are wonderful.Lobsters, local fresh-made foods, and of course wines. It will change your impression of Mexico food.
Hotel wifi signals are not very strong, but it's understandable since we are in Mexico. So, just enjoy the great views of the hotel beaches :)Read full review
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