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Our professional drivers ensure a pleasant, convenient, and, above all, safe journey for you. Check below to learn more about our rates and book your private transportation today


4 to 5 PAX

Tijuana (Border) , Tijuana (Airport) / Rosarito to Valle de Guadalupe or Ensenada | (Roundtrip| 10 hrs | $449

Includes

  • Federal License Plates
  • Gas and Toll Road Fees
  • Air Conditioned and Comfortable Private Transportation
  • Late model vehicles with Federal license plates and insurance during transit
  • Door-to-door transportation from your hotel or preferred pick-up location to Valle de Guadalupe (wineries and restaurants)

Excludes

  • Driver Gratuities
  • Personal insurance cost 
  • Wineries entrance fees (where applicable)
  • Food and wine tasting fees and consumption charges
  • Pick up and drop off in San Diego (This is available for an additional fee)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

What's the difference between pickup in san diego and pickup in tijuana?

San Diego involves a single pick up and drop off location in San Diego


Tijuana US-MEXICO Border (Pedeast) involves a single pick up and drop off location. For travelers coming in from the US, The Driver picks you up on the mexico side of the San Ysidro US-MEXICO Border (Pedeast). Drop Off will be at the San Ysidro US-MEXICO Border (Pedeast) pedestrian crossing and walk back across by foot, this will take 30 - 45 minutes.
The San Ysidro US-MEXICO Border (Pedeast) is located at 795 East San Ysidro Boulevard San Diego, CA 92173 (Pedeast). Instructions on how to cross will be provided once you book your tour.


Tijauana involves involves a single pick up and drop off location in Tijuana from any hotel or airbnb.

Rosarito involves involves a single pick up and drop off location in Rosarito from any hotel or airbnb.

HOW DOES THE FAST PASS WORK?

The fast pass for crossing from the Tijuana border to San Diego offers a convenient and expedited experience. Here's how it works:

Book Transportation: When you book transportation services with us, we provide a fast pass specifically for crossing from the Tijuana border to San Diego with your driver.


Documents: You wont need to provide any ID when crossing through the fast pass lane but you will have to present your ID when crossing through US customs.

Note: Availability and details of the fast pass may vary, at least we need 48hrs to request the fast pass access, please note that the fast pass lane opens from 7:00am to 9:00pm if your return is after 9:00pm we won’t be able to provide you with the fast pass lane because the lane will be closed, we’ll have to cross through the regular lane after 9:00pm.

ARE THE PRICES PER PERSON?

No. the prices are per Vehicle.

CAN I BRING ALCOHOLIC DRINKS AND SNACKS?

When departing from San Diego you can’t bring any alcoholic drinks or snacks but once we cross the Mexican border your driver will be able to make a stop for drinks and snacks.

CAN WE REQUEST PICK UP IN A DIFFERENT AREA?

Our prices includes pick up in San Diego, You can only select One Pick Up and One Drop Off Location. From Tiquana and Rosarito, you can be picked up and dropped off at any hotel or airbnb of your choice.

IS THERE A NUMBER OF WINERIES WE ARE ALLOWED TO GO TO DURING THE TIME OF OUR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES?

You can go at your own pace and leisure. However, we estimate, at least 1 hour and a half at each winery plus 30 minutes commute between each winery. Expect 2 hours per winery.

WHERE DO WE MEET OUR DRIVER?

At the comfort of your home or preferred pick up location

HOW DOES THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER CROSSING WORKS

Border Crossing San Diego - Valle

Crossing the border from San Diego to Tijuana usually takes around 15 minutes. You'll go through Mexican Customs with your driver by car, so make sure to have your documents and valid passport ready just in case they need to inspect the car randomly if you pass by inspection they might ask you to fill out the FMM form (5 - 10 minutes)

It's important to note that all U.S. citizens must present a valid passport when crossing the border to and from Tijuana. Visitors from Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and any country that is a member of the Schengen Area or the Pacific Alliance do not need entry visas, as long as they do not plan to stay longer than 180 days.

Regardless of the length of your stay, visitors must fill out the free Forma Migratoria Múltiple (FMM) form at the point of entry from the Mexican border authorities. If you plan to stay in Mexico for more than seven days, you will need to purchase the 180-day FMM permit for approximately $30.

Border Crossing MX - SD

On the way back, we'll provide you with a fast pass option that will take you to the Ready Lane without having to wait in the regular traffic. This fast pass is valid until 9:00pm and usually takes 15 to 30 minutes to cross the border. However, if the trip extends and we need to cross the border after 9:00pm, we'll have to go through the regular lane, which can take around 2 hours on average.

When crossing the border back to San Diego, you'll go through US Customs by car with your passport or identification handy. Again, there might be random inspections, so be prepared to leave the vehicle if necessary.

HOW DO I GET TO THE BORDER? (PEDEAST)

There are many options in order to get to the border.

  1. Driving & Parking: Driving from downtown San Diego to the San Ysidro border takes between 20 to 30 minutes. We recommend parking at international parking located at 795 East San Ysidro Boulevard San Diego, CA 92173 (Pedeast) it is directly behind the jack in the box and closest to the border entrance
  1. Taxi/Rideshare: It is very easy to take a taxi or a rideshare program (Uber/Lyft) to the border. When instructing the driver, or inputting the address, be sure to indicate that you are going to the “PedEast” border entry located at 795 East San Ysidro Blvd, San Diego, CA 92173. Prices for the taxi or rideshare program vary by distance and type of ride.
  1. Public Transportation - Trolley: The Trolley is an easy and cost-effective way to get to the border. Depending on your origin, the Blue Line’s last stop is the San Ysidro Transit Center. Head South, the McDonalds should be on your left and follow signs and people until you see “to Mexico”. More information can be found at www.sdmts.com.
  1. Public Transportation - Bus: The bus does not have a direct route to PedEast border crossing. More information can be found on www.sdmts.com or www.maps.google.com and selecting the “transit” (bus) icon.

Depending on who is hosting from Baja Society Tours, we will do our best to try and meet the group on the U.S. side. Regardless, clear instructions will be provided a couple days before the start of the tour stating the meetup location. Don’t worry, walking into Mexico is as simple as presenting your passport and meeting your guide directly after passing through the turnstiles on the Mexico side.