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Puerto Nuevo

Lobster & More

One might think this all-inclusive tour is all about the Baja style lobster, and they would be right (but not entirely).

For those of you unfamiliar with Baja lobster, it’s cooked with garlic butter and lime and served with beans and rice. You’ll scoop up the lobster in warm handmade flour tortillas while savoring tequila margaritas. The margaritas come in many flavors, and best sipped listening to live mariachi music.

The tour also includes a visit to the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT) and the Botanical Gardens. Before heading back, you’ll enjoy craft beer tastings at Rosarito Beach and time for shopping at the traditional Mexican Curios Market.

This all-inclusive tour explores Puerto Nuevo, known as the lobster village of Baja California, and located only minutes from Rosarito Beach. The town claims to have some of the best lobster in the world, and you might agree. You’ll find out while listening to live mariachi music and drinking margaritas. The tour also allows for plenty of free time for shopping and craft beer tastings at Rosarito Beach.

This is a day tour aboard a luxury 6-14 passenger van with air conditioning and reclining seats. The van has plenty of legroom, and complimentary bottles of drinking water will be provided for each passenger. The tour is perfect for friends and family.


9:30 am

Depart from Old Town, San Diego (private tours depart from guest's address).


10:00 am

Visit to the museum at the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT) and to the Botanical

11:00 am

Visit to the infamous Trump’s Wall at the US/Mexico border.


11:30 am

Visit Rosarito Beach Hotel and Papas & Beer Beach Club for craft beer tastings


1:00 pm

Lobster lunch at Puerto Nuevo. Tequila margaritas included and live mariachi music


2:30 pm

Free time for Mexican arts and craft shopping at the Mexican Curios Market


4:00 pm

Head back home


5:30 pm

Drop off in San Diego at the same pickup location


End of Tour

Notes: You are welcome to bring your own drinks too, but please no large ice coolers.

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