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Discover the coastal city of Ensenada

Head south over the Mexican border and you will arrive at the intriguing city of Ensenada, known locally as “The Cinderella of the Pacific”. For those looking for a more genuine Mexican experience than the tourist-heavy Tijuana, Ensenada is the perfect mix of culture, history and beautiful landscapes. Take in the Civic Plaza with its sculptures of Mexican heroes, the picturesque port and its famous wide boardwalk. Learn about the history and industry of this city that is an important commercial and fishing port and also sits in the heart of one of the best wine regions in the Americas.

Admire the stunning natural beauty of the Mexican countryside as you cross the border and make your way south down the Pacific coast. Watch as coastal cliffs and soft hillsides blend into the blue ocean before you arrive in the heart of Ensenada to discover its landmarks, architecture and history. Begin your tour with a stroll around the Civic Plaza where you will see its huge Mexican flag and a series of spectacular statues dedicated to Mexican heroes throughout the ages. From here you will head to “Malecon”, Ensenada’s famous coastal boardwalk, to take in the bustling harbour and its range of portside activities.

You will also have plenty of time to take in the beautiful landscape of the region, which is bordered on one side by the Pacific and on the other by a small mountain range. Your guide will explain the rich tradition of wine growing in this region that rivals California’s Napa Valley for the title of the America’s premier wine country. Head south over the Mexican border and you will arrive at the intriguing city of Ensenada, known locally as “The Cinderella of the Pacific”. For those looking for a more genuine Mexican experience than the tourist-heavy Tijuana, Ensenada is the perfect mix of culture, history and beautiful landscapes. Take in the Civic Plaza with its sculptures of Mexican heroes, the picturesque port and its famous wide boardwalk. Learn about the history and industry of this city that is an important commercial and fishing port and also sits in the heart of one of the best wine regions in the Americas. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up may be available from select locations. Please contact the supplier to confirm.

Duration: Ten hours approx.

Start/opening time: At 9am. Please ensure you arrive at the meeting point at least 15 minutes prior to the tour start time.

Languages: English.

Others: The tour includes round trip transportation and lunch.

For Travel into Mexico: U.S. & Canadian citizens need current passports. All others also need an ESTA or I-94 form, multiple entry visa or Permanent Resident Card. If any person is detained upon re-entry into the U.S., the buss will not be able to wait, and any guest shall be responsible for their own transportation to San Diego.