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Baja Slow “n” Easy

  • Destination: Mexico RV Tours
  • Duration: 42 days

February 03 – March 16, 2018

Two Person / RV $6,295
One Person / RV $4,395
Additional Guest $2,495

February 02 – March 15, 2019

Two Person / RV $6,595
One Person / RV $4,595
Additional Guest $2,595

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History…..Scenic Beauty

This trip incorporates additional activities and cities along the way. We enjoy extra days at the most interesting locations, including Bahia Concepcion, which has been featured on the cover of many Travel Magazines.

True Baja buffs come back year after year to enjoy the charm, beauty and adventure of Baja, where the living is easy and the people are warm and friendly. By the way, shopping is great south of the border. Have fun and bargain for your treasures!

Whether it’s the stark beauty of the land or the richness of the sea, Baja will leave you with memories you won’t soon forget.

The border between the US and Mexico’s Baja Peninsula is like no other border on earth. It divides two countries with huge contrasts in culture, language, wealth, lifestyle, political systems, topography and climate. Mexico is a fascinating place to visit and we think that driving our own rigs and going on a caravan is the best way to do it.

The Baja Peninsula has some of the most unique and beautiful scenery we will ever see. We see breathtaking views of the rugged Pacific coastline, white sandy beaches, magnificent mountain ranges and rich agricultural areas. As we travel through Baja, many people we come in contact with speak English and we are well received and catered to.

We make several stops on both coasts of Baja with each place having its own unique offerings. Some Baja favorites are sightseeing, watching sunsets, snorkeling, scuba diving, visiting old Spanish missions and churches, strolling along beaches, playing golf, shopping, swimming, beachcombing, clam digging, enjoying good restaurants and some of the best fishing in the world. We have plenty of time to take in as many activities at each location as we wish.

We’ve pulled out all the stops to make our Baja trips the best ever. Two of the most popular events on this trip are the whale watching tour and the deluxe ‘Land’s End’ Catamaran Cruise with open bar and lots of munchies. Don’t miss these great experiences.


Day 1
San Diego, CA
● Orientation and Briefing
● Get Acquainted Welcome Party
Day 2
Vicente Guererro
Welcome to Mexico Dinner
Day 3 - 5
Bahia de Los Angeles
● Cultural & Natural History Museum
● Relaxing Beach & Fishing Opportunities
● Dinner at Villa Vitta
● Staff Hosted Beach Party
Day 6 - 7
San Ignacio, Baja
● Dinner at Rice & Beans Restaurant
● Free Day to Explore San Ignacio
Day 8 - 11
Pig Roast Dinner at Hotel Serenidad
Optional Day Trip into Mulege
Day 12 -15
Steak & Shrimp Dinner at Domingo’s Place
Day 16
CD Constitucion
● Travel Day
Day 17 - 19
La Paz
● Guided La Paz City Bus Tour
– (Cathedral, Museums, Artisans, Sightseeing, etc.)
Mexican Fiesta Dinner
Day 20 - 23
Los Barriles
Beachside Chicken Dinner
Optional ATVs & Deep Sea Fishing
Day 24 - 28
Cabo San Lucas
● Tour of San Jose del Cabo
● Glass Blowing Factory Tour
● Margarita and Munchie Party
● Deluxe Lands End Catamaran Boat Cruise
with Music, Food & Open Bar
● Land’s End & Lovers Beach
Day 29 -30
Playa Tecolote
● Beach Party
Day 31
Puerto Escondido
● Travel Day
Day 32 - 34
● Margarita & Munchie Party
● Campfire & Beach Party
Day 35 - 37
Guerrero Negro
● Dinner at Mario’s Including a Whale History Briefing
● Salt Plant Tour
● Whale Watching Boat Tour
Day 38
● Travel Day
Day 39 - 41
Estero Beach
● Bus Tour of Ensenada & La Bufadora
● Festive Farewell Dinner Party
Day 42
Tecate, MX
● Border Crossing, Hugs and Good-byes

Tour Features

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– Tourist VISA Fees Included
– No Special Vehicle Permits Are Required…
– Passport Required
– Mexican Liability Vehicle Insurance is Required


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  • “As always we had a great time & are looking forward to our next adventure!”
    John & Ann Dea
  • “We loved every minute of it!”
    Walt & Lyn Alsegg
  • “Loved the variety and the dedication to following old Route 66 as much as possible.”
    Ruth Buzzard
  • “We thoroughly enjoyed the trip and the lasting friendships we made.”
    George & Bev Boykin
  • “I will be recommending to all of my RV friends, it is a must do!”
    Garry & Karen West
  • "It was so fun, with nice people, new friends, new places—what else do you want?!”
    Diana Foster

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Baja Slow “n” Easy

  • “I would recommend this type of Alaska experience to everyone!”
    Dale Jobe & Carol Colburn
  • “A real rich experience, many excellent and varied opportunities. We had a lot of fun with wonderful people!”
    Steve & Jenny Altman
  • Regarding our 31-day Canadian Maritimes caravan Cindy and I would like to express how much we enjoyed the caravan with Rick & Sharon Gilbert and John & Sally Mincks. Both couples were outstanding and we would love to book any caravan they are involved with. We booked for the 2018 Big Sky caravan and hope you can assign one or both off them to that trip. We met many wonderful people and hope we have made some new life long friendships. We hope to meet up with Rick and Sharon at the Tampa RV show in January. The tour guides for our various bus tours were top notch, all added much information and interesting stories to the tour. Please give a big thanks to Roger in Quebec City, Roddie in PEI, Carolyn in Halifax and Paul on The Cabot Trail.  
    Iggy & Cindy Konrad
  • “Every show was great. Good choices! I loved having everything taken care of. We just showed up! Good job!”
    Ted & Judy Barber
  • “We only stayed five days but they were amazing!”
    Thomas & Colleen Brown
  • “Loved the variety and the dedication to following old Route 66 as much as possible.”
    Ruth Buzzard
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