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From San Jose del Cabo (Los Cabos) by bus or rental car

Take a transport service to the bus terminal in San Jose del Cabo or to Cabo San Lucas. Buses leave every one to two hours to La Paz during the day. Overnight in La Paz (Hotel Lorimar approx $40 per night; Hacienda Bugambilia $65 per night double; Palmira $79) or continue from the La Paz bus terminal on to Loreto. Buses leave for north 3-4 times daily. Ask for current schedule of La Paz / Loreto departures at the Cabo terminal and see if they can reserve you a space if you wish to continue on without overnighting in La Paz. Taking a taxi from La Paz bus terminal to hotels is easy and safe. Walking to some hotels closer to the bus terminal is also do-able (La Perla approx $85 per night; El Angel Azul $100-$165 ) and for other budget-style downtown hotels.

Once you arrive in Loreto check in to a local hotel (see list, or in your trip confirmation packet) or, transfer to the listed hotel where we have rooms reserved prior to the tour. Travel time by bus is about 2-3 hours from Los Cabos to La Paz, and 5 hours from La Paz to Loreto. Bus fare La Paz - Loreto is about $45, and approx $25 from Cabo.

For car rentals from Los Cabos or La Paz see if you can arrange for a drop-off rental with Budget, Hertz, or Eurocar, the agencies currently in Loreto. It's usually not cost effective for just one person, but a great way to stop and see some country along the way.

Other options for travel to Loreto may be - fly to Los Cabos (SJD), Baja, Mexico and drive or bus up (7 hours driving time) or fly to Loreto from Cabo San Lucas on Aereo Calafia. Fly to La Paz (LAP), Baja, Mexico and drive or fly up on . Driving from La Paz to Loreto is approximately 5 hours. And, if you have the time - drive from San Diego south, about 750 miles, and enjoy the many desert ecosystems along the way.

From San Diego by bus

Take the downtown trolley to the Tijuana border. Walk across the border, and get your tourist card stamped at the immigration office at the entrance area. They can issue you a card and the necessary form to make a bank payment. Cost is about $20 US. When the payment is made (there is a small bank branch at the border where you can pay) you can either return to the border office or continue on and (if driving) have the card stamped at the nearest next Immigration check point, which might be at Guerrero Negro state line dividing Baja Norte from Baja Sur, or in Loreto. Get your card stamped within 72 hours of border crossing if possible.

If Busing - Take a taxi from the border to the Terminal Central de Autobus located east of the city in the La Mesa area, not downtown. Buses leave 3-4 times daily and cost is approximately $150 US to Loreto.

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Have a great trip! See you in Baja. Trudi Angell, owner Paddling South /

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