Baja RV Caravan Tours

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This is the preliminary schedule for 2024.   Ferry to eclipse option. Go to "More Details" to book.

What makes us diferent from our competitors?. Well for starters we are pretty well one of only 2 companies running tours on the mainland. We have several competitors in Baja. If what is included is not laid out on theri web iste, ask them. It may, or may not, be a better deal. We are upfront about how many escorted tours and high quality meals you get on each tour. A soggy sandwich and a coke are not part of our tours. Read through our competitors web site and see if they do the same. Are individual tours and meals laid out there? Do they expect you to car pool to attractions in your own vehicles? Ask them exactly what is included and what is optional. Our history is in escorted bus tours (we still do them) and that is what we carry over into our RV Caravans. Maybe you just want an escort. In that case some of the almost free trips offered by one or two RV parks in exchange for staying there, are for you. Very little in our tours is an optional add-on. Do they have access to Spanish speaking tour guides all over Mexico if you need assistance? Probably not. We have had to leave people behind before and so has everybody else. What sort of support is provided to you if you find yourself with a breakdown. I am just not marketing when I say we are the best. We are based in Mexico and have access to many more resources and we do not have to contract out. Furthermore we only use professional registered tour guides, not do ad hoc tours led by the Wagon Master, unless they are free extras. Are you going to be in high quality RV parks? To be honest, some are pretty basic, It is Mexico, not Disneyland. We use the best accomodation we can in each area, however. Our company owner, is himself, a fully registered tour guide. We have had many customers who have used our competitors, and most tell us our trips are far better value for money. It's not just a case of "You get what you pay for", it's a case of "You get more than what you pay for" Our prices are on our "Prices" page. See Details above.

Spring 2024: 36 days - Feb 19
Current price $4699, price rising to $4999 on March 15.

 11 tours, 15 meals 

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Note: If you are interested in the Solar Eclipse, see the next section. The Spring trip will run for 36 days and include all of Baja as well as the NE Corner. It has plenty of relaxing beach days. 36 Days / 11 Tours /15 meals. This trip is timed in order to facilitate the April 8th total solar eclipse (ferry option).  It will run in February. Northern Baja can be chilly in January so this is better, regardless. As of Feb 20, 2023 this schedule is still tentative. The scheduled March 1 price increase will not occur until a final itinerary is set, and you have had warning. You do not need to make a deposit at this time.

We get asked why we are pricier than our main competitors. Do not compare apples and oranges. While our competitors may run fine tours, you need ot find out what is included and what ois extra. Ask them how many meals are included and how many tours are included and how many do you have to pay yourslef. Do they use professional guides or does the Wagon Master act as tour guide. What appears cheaper may not in fact be any cheaper. We clearly state how many meals and tours are included. We do not expect to  ride share or use your own vehicles on tours.

 Spring Itinerary: See Below

Ferry to Eclipse options:

This trip offers the option to cross on the Ferry to the Mainland. It will mean about a 2 week stay prior to the eclipse at 2 beach locations north of Mazatlan. The ferry will add about $1000 to $1500 to the cost depending on rig size. The extra Wagon Master and RV park fees will amount to about $800, ($1000 max) assuming the standard 3 day exit after the April 8th eclipse. There will be options to view the eclipse in Durango ($300 extra), and you may also select a Texas exit if you do that. There is also an option to add on a 16 day exit including Copper Canyon, more beach locations and tours for $3500. The Copper Canyon portion includes Train, Hotels and Meals.  

The ferry is 8 hours and dogs are allowed. We are trying to find out if you can leave them in the RV, they are not allowed in rooms and if they do not allow you to leave them in an RV, there is an area for dogs, but they must be crated. 

Our Route. See itinerary below for stops

Please note the map below gives the impression we go all the way to Cabo. Los Barilles is actually the furthest south, there are no longer any RV parks in Cabo

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Day Location Info Tentative Dates

Day 0

Potrero, Ca

Meet in morning, do paperwork,, cross border next morning

Feb 19

Day 1,2,3

Punta Banda

Wine Tour. La Bufadoa & Paipal Zoo and Farm Tour. Meals

Feb 20,21,22

Day 4

Nuevo Odisea


Feb 23
Day 5 Catavina Overnight Feb 24
Day 6,7

Guerrero Negro


Feb 25,26
Day 8,9,10

San Lucas

Tour and meal

Feb 27,28,29
Day 11,12,13


City Tour, Lunch, Cave Paintings

Mar 1,2,3
Day 14,15,16,17

Bahia Conception

Beach stay, tour & meal

Mar 4,5,6,7
Day 18,19 Loreto

Beach stay, tours

March 8,19,10
Day 20,21,22,23 La Paz

City tour, Todos Santos, boat tourmeals

Mar 11,12,13,14
Day 24,25,26,27 Los Barrilles Boat tour, meals Mar 15,16,17,18

Day 28

La Paz

Overnight Mar 19
Day 29 Mulege overnight; Mar 20
Day 30 San Lucas


Mar 21
Day 31,32 Guerrero Negro Overnight Mar 22,23
Day 33 Bahia Gonzaga . Overnight Mar 24
Day 34,35,36 San Felipe ..Ostrich Farm, Meals Mar 25,26,27
Day 37 Calexico, Ca . Border Mar 28

 Below is the default option for the Ferry to the eclipse. There will surely be some variations and an optional Copper Canyon exit is available. Note, there is an extra charge to cover RV parks and Wagon Master serviced after teh 36 days included. You will entitled to 2 more tours to compensate for those missed going north. If you choose to do Copper Canyon or join our 16 and 18 day standalone tours (if space avialiable on those), we will pro-rate the cost of those at $2300, $2400 or $3500 respectively (from April 10 to the border). See for details. The Durango option costs an extra $300. if we have to use the Ferry to Mazatlan instead of Los Mochis, there will be a one day trip north to Las Glorias. We think that is worth it, to provide variety. As of Feb 21, we are still researching Ferry rates. Please note that a Texas exit and Copper Canyon are mutually exclusive.

Day Location Info Tentative Dates

Day 28,29,30,31

La Paz

Waiting for Ferry Mar 19, 20, 21, 22
Day 32 Ferry to Los Mochis or Mazatlan overnight; Mar 23
Day 33,34,35,36 Las Glorias

Tour and beach/p>

Mar 24,25,26,27
Day 37,38,39,40 Celestino Beach, start of pay your own RV park fees Mar 28,29,30,31
Day 41,42,43,44,45 Mazatlan . Beach April 1,2,3,4,5
Day 46,47,48 Mazatlan or Durango .Eclipse April 6,7,8
Day 49 Mazatlan or Durango .Overnight April 9
Day 50, 51,52 Exit via Nogales or Laredo .Overnight April 10,11,12