Welcome to Baja Amigos

    Looking for a unique RV Caravan Tour of Baja Mexico where you are not just another number? Baja Amigos specializes in small groups of RVers; which means your experience is more personal, more intimate and more enjoyable!

    Where WagonMasters are also Tour Guides and always with you! We simply believe RVing with a smaller group of guests, provides a much better tour experience than traveling with a group of 30 or 40 people.

    *As of December 1, 2014 we have 41 Registrations for our 2014/2015 Season (7 Tours) -5 Vacancies Remaining

    ** We are currently on tour however we are checking our emails and phone messages frequently, your call is important to us.

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Day 0: Potrero Regional Park, California, USA

Day 0: Potrero Regional Park, California, USA

This morning we will rendezvous at the beautiful  Potrero Regional Park 45 miles east of  San Diego in California at an elevation of 2300′.  Today we will cross the border as a group into Tecate, Mexico and Baja Amigos will guide you through the Tourist Permit process.  On return to the campground, everyone will receive an orientation prior to your 28 day Mexican Baja Adventure.  Later Lisa & Dan will host a wine & cheese so everyone can get acquainted.

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DAY 1: Tecate & Ensenada, Mexico

DAY 1: Tecate & Ensenada, Mexico

Today we are off to Ensenada. We cross at Tecate driving on Hwy 3 thru the Valley of Guadalupe to Hwy 1 prior to entering Ensenada. As we will drive through Ensenada and past the legendary Riviera, Hotel Playa Ensenada, an elegant hotel and gambling casino that opened in 1930 and is now a Cultural Center.

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Happy Campers Jumping For Joy!

DAY 2: El Pabellon-Lazaro Cardenas

Today we continue our southward journey that take us through the communities Santos Tomas, San Vicente, Colonet, Vicente Guerrero, San Quintin and Lazaro Cardenas . Our final destination will be a campground adjoining the beach south of Lazaro Cardenas.  This area of Baja is known for farming and miles and miles of sand dunes.  This campground can be a little cool and windy, but you are sure to enjoy the ocean air.

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Day 3: Catavina Boulder Fields

DAY 3: Catavina

Today we are off to Rancho Santa Inez in the community of Catavina.   This will take us through El Rosario where the highway ended prior to construction of Mex 1 in 1973.  This campground is located  in the heart of the Catavina Boulder Fields and its impressive and unique Sonoran Desert vegetation includes Cirios cactus.

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Day 4: Whale Watching - Guerrero Negro

DAY 4: Guerrero Negro

Today’s drive will take us past the junction to Bahia de los Angeles, through Jesus Maria to Guerrero Negro.  This is the place to view California Grey Whales and that is exactly what we are going to do!  Even for non-boaters it is an experience of a lifetime and well worth any anxieties you may have (spoken by a non-boater).   This town thrives on it’s salt industry, another very interesting sight to see while out on the waters.

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Day 5: San Ignacio Mission

DAY 5: San Ignacio

Today is a shorter drive taking us into the middle of the desert through Vizcaino before arriving into the a beautiful date palm oasis of San Ignacio. San Ignacio has a population of about 4000 and is home to the magnificent Mission of San Ignacio. The site for the original mission was founded in the Cochimi settlement of Kadakaaman in 1728 by Jesuit missionary Juan Bautista Luyando.

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Day 6 & 7: Bahia Concepcion

DAY 6 & 7: Bahia Concepcion, Baja Sur

Another short drive to Bahia Concepcion, a very popular RV destination for many Snowbirds with twelve (12) beach campgrounds.  Bahia Concepcion (23 miles long) is the largest bay in Baja and is located a short drive south of Mulege.

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Day 8 & 9: Shopping in Loreto

DAY 8 & 9: Loreto

Our short drive today takes us to the town of Loerto.  Loreto is the birthplace of California, as it was the first permanent settlement anywhere in the Californians, including the U.S. state to the north.  Loreto was the capital of both California’s’ for 132 years and was a sleepy village where summer’s heat made for a laid-back pace for locals and visitors.

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Day 10: Driving in Ciudad Constitucion

DAY 10: Ciudad Constitucion

We are now headed inland to the farming belt of Baja and Ciudad Constitucion, home to the first super Mercado (large supermarket) south of Ensenada, called SuperLey.  We will stop here for some supplies prior staying at the RV Park  for the night.

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Day 11-13: Playa El Tecolote

Day 11 & 12 Tecolote

We will leave early this morning and drive to Playa El Tecolote where we will spend some serious beach time.  Our journey will take us through La Paz where we will grocery up for our boon docking (dry camping).

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Day 17: Rancho Verde

DAY 13: Rancho Verde

Our short trip today will bring us to the beautiful Rancho Verde RV Haven located on a 3100 Acre Ranch in the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains. On route we will stop at El Triunfo, a former mining town nestled in the Sierra de la Laguna.

 

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Day 14-16: Los Cabos

DAY 14-16: Los Cabos

Our drive today will take us around the west cape to the Pacific Ocean on the Mex 19 highway. On the way we will cross the Tropic of Cancer and our tour includes a  stop in Todos Santos where Baja Amigos will host  a lunch stop at a legendary Taco Stand. You will see Playa Los Cerritos where many RVers still SnowBird for the winter.  For the next 3 nights we will be staying at an excellent RV Park in Los Cabos.

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Day 17: El Pescadero

Day 17: Los Cerritos

We now start our journey northward along the Pacific Ocean as we leave Los Cabos on a western  side of the Cape traveling along Hwy 19 to El Pescadero.  This will take us past Los Cerritos beach

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Day 18 & 19: La Paz

DAY 18 – 20: La Paz

Today we have a short jaunt and we’ve now completed the southern loop having returned to La Paz which is (Spanish for “The Peace”)  and the capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. We will be staying at Campestre Maranatha for the next 2 days.

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Day 21: Puerto Escondido

DAY 21: Puerto Escondido

We have a longer drive today but well worth it!  We will dry camp in a National Park on the Sea of Cortez at Puerto Escondido, what could be more enjoyable? We will have access to WiFi, laundry & showers and a mini-super.  We have an optional dinner planned at Porto Bello tonight, our friend Pedro Lopez has an excellent restaurant.

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Day 22 & 23: Mulege

DAY 22 & 23: Mulege

Today we have a short drive past Loreto, the Bay of Concepcion and continue on to Mulege, another date palm oasis.  The name Mulege is derived from the Cochimi language meaning “Large ravine of the white mouth.”  In 1705 a mission was established which they christened Santa Rosalia de Mulege.  The beautiful stone building that replaced the original still stands overlooking the river.

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Day-24-Guerrero-Negro

DAY 24: Guerrero Negro

Today well return to Guerrero Negro and a different campground which includes a unique restaurant and good WiFi, also a good place to collect shells! Due north from Guerrero Negro is Malarrimo Beach, famous for it’s spectacular beachcombing.

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Day 24-25: Bahia de los Angeles

DAY 25 & 26: Bahia De Los Angeles

We will return to Guerrero Negro to a different campground which includes a unique restaurant and good WiFi, also a good place to collect shells!  Day 25 we continue north and our final leg is from the junction on Mex 1 where we will take a paved road 66 km down to the Sea of Cortez and the sleepy fishing village of Bahía de los Ángeles (“Bay of Angels”).

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Day 27: Baja Fiesta Restaurant - Vicente Guerrero

Day 27: Vicente Guerrero

Northward we go!  Todays drive will take us to the Baja Fiesta Restaurant in Colonia Vicente Guerrero, a bustling agricultural town straddling the Transpeninsular highway.  Here Baja Amigos will host your final Mexican dinner.  Let’s party tonight!!  Tomorrow is the final leg of your Mexican adventure.

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Valle de Guadalupe RV Park

DAY 28: Sordo Mudo RV Park

This is the final leg of our journey and we will take a different route back to Tecate. After leaving Ensenada we will head northeast on Hwy Mex 3 where an extensive re-pavement project has been underway since the Spring of 2010.  As we enter Valle de Guadalupe and “Wine Country” the first highway upgrade  becomes very apparent, wide lanes and significant paved shoulders, a nice change indeed.

 

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Meet Your Hosts

    Meet Dan & Lisa Goy and Dom & Diane Fraser, your guides through the breathtaking vistas of the Baja.

    As seasoned Mexico campers we look forward to sharing our experiences and knowledge of the Baja with RVers just like you!

    We welcome Dom and Diane Fraser as Wagonmasters for our 2013-2014 season. They look forward to meeting you!

    Dom and Diane Fraser

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Book Now!

    Space is limited so secure your place in our RV Caravan Tour now! 

    Select from our 28 day or 38 day tours of Baja California & Baja California Sur, Mexico.

    Booking now for the 38 Day Tour (Nov 7-Dec 16, 2014) & 28 Day Tours in 2015

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In the News

    Baja Amigos RV Caravan Tours has proudly been featured in the following Publications,  Magazines,  Travel Shows, News Reports and Resource Websites:

    • RV Times
    • Snowbirds & RV Travelers
    • RV West
    • RV Life
    • RV Gazette
    • RV Lifestyle
    • RV Daily Report
    • Everything About RVing Gazette
    • NATCOA Newsletter
    • Discover Baja Newsletter
    • Baja.com
    • Baja Good Life Club
    • Mexico RV Forums
    • CORUS Radio
      CKNW 98
    • CTV
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Looking for a unique RV Caravan Tour of Baja Mexico where you are not just another number? Baja Amigos specializes in small groups of RVers which means your experience is more personal, more intimate and more enjoyable!  Where WagonMasters are also Tour Guides and always with you! We simply believe RVing with a smaller group of  guests, provides a much better tour experience than traveling with a group of 30 or 40 people.

Check out Dave & Dar’s Big Adventure Blog currently on Tour: http://davendarsbigadventure.blogspot.mx/

  • Only RV Caravan Tour specializing small groups, usually only 6 RVs! 
  • Only RV Caravan Tour including 1000 km/600 m On-Tour Excursions!
  • Only RV Caravan Tour including Discover Baja Travel Club Membership!
  • Only RV Caravan Tour featuring a comprehensive Mexico & Baja Tour Book!
  • Only RV Caravan Tour including Mike & Terri Church’s Camping Mexico’s Baja!
  • Only RV Caravan Tour offering a $100 Membership Discount for Canadian Snowbird Association, CAA or AAA, Recreational Vehicle Owners Association of BC, Explorer RV Club, Good Sam RV Club, Passport America Camping Club, Family Motor Coach Association & NATCOA members!

Check out Our Tour Information and Check & Compare pages for all 22 features we include on every tour! We are a family run business who  believe the tour should be about you and we promise to exceed your expectations! Come join Baja Amigos on Baja California Mexico. All Tours begin at Potrero, California just a few minutes north of the Mexican Border and Tecate.

PEMEX FUEL PRICE        December 1, 2014                    PESO EXCHANGE

$1.08 CDN/Litre      –      $3.70 USD/Gallon: Reg          CDN $1=12.41  Pesos

$1.13 CDN/Litre      –      $3.87 USD/Gallon: Diesel        US $1=14.10  Pesos

 

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