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Rosarito Beach Tours and Activities

Rosarito Beach
Rosarito Beach is a Mexican resort town that’s about 30 minutes south of San Diego. Known for its beaches and nightlife, Rosarito’s close proximity to the border makes it a popular destination for US visitors and retirees. Hollywood is fond of the area, too. A number of films, including Titanic and Pearl Harbor, were filmed in Rosarito.

The Basics
While in Rosarito, set aside some time to sample the local cuisine, check out the Baja Studios movie set, and visit the historic Rosarito Beach Hotel. Opened in 1924, the hotel has hosted movie stars and presidents. Visitors can also surf, sportfish, ride horses or ATVs on the beach, golf at some of Mexico's best courses, and more. Just 20 minutes from downtown, Popotla Fishing Village offers no-frills beachfront dining with sweeping ocean views.
Visit Rosarito Beach independently or as part of a San Diego sightseeing tour that also includes other Baja California highlights, such as Tijuana and Puerto Nuevo. Travelers who want to avoid the hassle of driving in Mexico can opt for a tour that includes transportation.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Visit Rosarito on a day trip from San Diego that explores Baja’s highlights.
  • English is widely spoken in almost all of the tourist areas.
  • US dollars are generally accepted and most major restaurants, shops, and hotels take credit cards.
  • Remember to bring sun protection and plenty of water, as the beaches offer little shade.
  • Arrive early if you want to beat the crowds, especially in summer.
 
How to Get There
The easiest way to visit Rosarito Beach, located just 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of the US–Mexico border, is on a day trip from San Diego that includes transportation and explores Baja California’s highlights. Or, if you’re driving, take the Rosarito-Tijuana Scenic Road.

When to Get There
Rosarito Beach can be visited year-round. It's busiest in summer; during this time, plan to arrive early in the morning to beat the crowds. Winter also sees large numbers of tourists, whereas spring and fall strike a nice balance between pleasant weather and manageable crowds.

Rosarito Underwater Park
Just south of Rosarito Beach, the Rosarito Underwater Park is a popular diving destination off the coast of Baja California. It features an artificial reef and the sunken remains of Uribe 121, a former Mexican navy ship, and offers excellent visibility, as well as a safe environment for recreational divers to explore an outstanding variety of fish and marine life.
Address: Rosarito Beach, Baja California Peninsula, Mexico
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Horseback ride and new port lobster / Rosarito

Horseback ride and new port lobster / Rosarito

Itinerary departure 2:00 pm hotel or Airbnb The ride in total lasts 4 hours First we will visit the Christ the highest part of rosarito where you will have a spectacular view of the sea here you can take photos Step number two we will go on a horse ride duration 45 minutes included where you will have a spectacular view between mountains with a beautiful sea view, unique experience they will love very quiet horses We continue our adventure in Puerto Nuevo the city of lobster where you can eat delicious Mexican food and seafood micheladas margaritas, piñas coladas. Does not include drinks does not include food at the end of eating you will have free time 30 Minutes to do Shopping or walking around Puerto Nuevo
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$60.00
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$60.00
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Tour / Mezcal / mixology // artisanal beer / PuertoNuevo

Tour / Mezcal / mixology // artisanal beer / PuertoNuevo

Itinerary Departure 2:00 pm 2:15 pm we will visit the highest part of Rosario where you can take photos with the Christ of more than 40 meters high 2:45 pm We will visit collectivo surf here we will be 1 hour and a half hours here you can taste mezcal, wine, craft beer, fish tacos, shrimp, octopus (does not include food does not include drinks) 4:30 pm We will visit the portals here you can stop an excellent view in front of the mad here you can dance drink drinks such as Carajillos, margaritas, wine, craft beer, mixology a place that you will love 6:00 pm free time to eat lobster in Puerto Nuevo. Restaurant recommendation La Casa Del Pedcador (does not include food, does not include drinks) 7:30 Pm free time to make purchases will have 30 Minutes to make purchases 8:00 pm return to hotel or Airbnb
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  • 6 hours
  • Taking safety measures
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$30.00
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San Ysidro / Guadalupe Valley / Ensenada / Rosarito / San Ysidro

San Ysidro / Guadalupe Valley / Ensenada / Rosarito / San Ysidro

It is a 4 day TOUR to the best places in Rosarito, Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe. We will pick you up on the San Isidro line and at the end of the 5th day in the morning between 8am and 11am we will return you to San Isidro so that you do not have to worry about anything on your trip. They will have a house in a private area about 30 meters from the beach with 24/7 security for up to 10 people (minimum 8 adults to make the trip valid) We give exclusive service, we have a very well designed plan so that the client gets the best possible experience. We have transportation with cars and they go to make your trip more pleasant. It can be done from 8 to 18 people, 10 would stay in one house and 8 in another, both houses are opposite each other in the same subdivision. The TOUR is 4 days to Rosarito, Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe. We will pick you up on the San Isidro line and at the end of the 5th between 8am and 11am we will return you to San Isidro so that you do not worry about anything on your trip.
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  • 1 hour 2 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$400.00
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