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Lobster Tour in Baja Mexico from San Diego

Lobster Tour in Baja Mexico from San Diego
Enjoy a lobster tour in Baja, Mexico from San Diego. Come along on our Baja Grand Tour as we visit the amazing cities of Tijuana, Rosarito Beach, and Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village.

Your adventure begins as we cross into Mexico and visit Tijuana, the fourth largest city in Mexico. We will go on a cultural sightseeing tour of the area with stops at the Cultural Center, the Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Zoo, the Tijuana Tower, and then time for some shopping along Avenidad Revolution. This street is the main shopping mecca south of the border with more than 400 different types of shops that will entice you to bargain like the locals for your Mexican curios.

Next, its off to Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village, which was once a small fisherman town and, now, is home to more than 50 different restaurants. After lunch, there is time to relax before we head to Rosarito Beach, which was once a Hollywood mecca, and finally back to San Diego.

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Tour/Activity Details

Length

7 hours

Time

10:00 am on Sundays Only

This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Please Note: This tour requires a minimum of 20 total people to depart/operate and is subject to availability. We will combine smaller groups to meet the minimum if other groups are available. Child rates apply to ages 3 through 11. Please reserve online or call us toll-free at ^tollfree^.

Description

The Tour

We begin our tours as we pick up our guests and then cross the border to pass Tijuana, BC MX. We will go on a cultural sightseeing tour of the area with stops at the Cultural Center, the Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Zoo, the Tijuana Tower, and then time for some shopping along Avenidad Revolution. This street is the main shopping mecca south of the border with more than 400 different types of shops that will entice you to bargain like the locals for your Mexican curios.

Then its off to Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village, once a small fisherman town, and, now, is home to more than 50 different restaurants offering the speciality of the house, Puerto Nuevo style lobster meals. This lobster meal is a Pacific Ocean Lobster deep fried to perfection.... this meal includes unlimited rice, beans and a Welcome Margarita!

After lunch, enjoy some time to relax along the Pacific Ocean as Marachis senrenade you. After this memorable experience, we will travel to Rosarito Beach which was once a Hollywood mecca during the 1920's. Now it is a booming beachside commuity with endless oppurtunities to visit the beach, go horseback riding or ATV riding along the sandy beaches. After Rosarito Beach, we travel back to San Diego.

We will enjoy a Mexican inspired lunch since you are in Mexico. After our meal, you will enjoy some free time for shopping for the perfect curios for your trip back home.

This tour will educate you with Baja California History, Valle de Guadalupe Wine Culture and much more...

Tour includes:

- Sightseeing in Tijuana, Rosarito Beach and Puerto Nuevo ( We visit each town for at least one hour and thirty minutes!)
- Lunch in Puerto Nuevo with all trimmings includes medium size lobster, rice, beans, handmade tortillas and a welcome Margarita)
- Baja Guide

MEXICO INFORMATION
Re-entering the US is a privilege, not a right! Persons returning from Mexico by land (tour bus), will be required to present a travel document listed below:

U.S. Citizens
~ U.S. Passport or U.S. Pssport Card

U.S. & Canadian Citizens
~ Enhanced Driver's Licenses (EDLs) - U.S. States issuing EDLs: New York, Washington , Michigan, & Vermont. Canadian Provinces issuing EDLS: Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, & Manitoba.

U.S., Canadian, & Mexican Citizens
~ Trusted Traveler Program Cards - NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST

Lawful Permanent U.S. Residents
~ Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card

Canadian Citizens
~ Passport, or birth certificate, citizenship certificate as proof of citizenship.

Mexican Citizens
~ Passport with Visa or Form DSP-150, B-1/B-2 Visa and Border Crossing Card

Other International Travelers
~ Passports and I-94 cards (multiple entrance Visas)

Children under 18
~ Passports or birth certificate - see Homeland Security website

Foreign Students
~ See Homeland Security website

Global Entry Program
~ See Homeland Security website

~~ If you do not provide the proper documentation, you will be detained at the border. If you are eventually cleared, you will be providing alternate transportation back to your pick up point at your cost.

~~ If you do not provide the proper documentation, it may result in being detained at the border and an extra charge for alternate transportation back to San Diego.

US Currency is accepted in all Tijuana Shops. Visitors to Mexico may purchase up to $800 USD of merchandise duty free. Visitors are allowed to return with 1 liter of alcohol per person, age 21 or older. Most major credit cards and Travelers checks are accepted in Mexico; however cash is preferred. Be sure to carry small denominations for easier bartering with local vendors.

This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Please Note: This tour requires a minimum of 20 total people to depart/operate and is subject to availability. We will combine smaller groups to meet the minimum if other groups are available. Child rates apply to ages 3 through 11. Please reserve online or call us toll-free at ^tollfree^.

Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds. All sales are final.
Change policy

If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

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Event Date:

December 31, 1969