The city of Tijuana, located 30 min. from Downtown San Diego, California; has 1.6 million people of which 75%, approximately, are foreigners. But no one is excluded in Tijuana! Actually Tijuana is made of outsiders; and since privation Tijuana has been living and growing thanks to tourism. Lately there has been a lot of changes in the border. No, we’re not talking about political changes; we’re talking about the awesome food and craft beer experience unlike any other city in Mexico. This new interest in food and craft beer has given Tijuana a new growth in culture, helping communities and region all along the Baja.
Tijuana has being the path for many people looking to have the american dream, by crossing legally or illegally thru the USA Border. This leaves people behind what makes them to either settle or go back home. Most of them stay and build there life here. This makes Tijuana, Baja California a multicultural place with constant changes.
US Border, Mexican Side
You will meet a guide in the meet up spot. He will revise that you have all your documents to cross the border to Mexico. Ones you get to the Mexican Customs, You will fill out a form, the time depends on date. The guide will be at all time with you or near you if you need him. Ones in Tijuana, Mexico the guide could take you to your head guide to start the tour. But most of the time the first guide will be your head guide. This depends on how busy is the day.
Your Guide will take you to the transportation if you love to walk let know the Guide.
Experience start by knowing the people and culture, the guide will lead you in to downtown Tijuana and places where locals go commonly.
Taste some of our best street food and drinks for the morning. Walk in to one of the most iconic streets in Tijuana Ave. Revolución. Eat in a hub of foodie delicious tastes. Some common other just mediterranean cuisine from baja.
In between you can ask the guide to take you shopping or to an specific place you heard of Tijuana. We can improvise really good on places to show you the real Tijuana Mexico.
Tijuana is a sister city of San Diego, don’t worry if in your way you see homeless people. This is a common thing because Tijuana is made by foreigners and deported people, searching for the american dream.
And also Tijuana simulates some culture from San Diego, some places are really nice to hangout a few minutes and rest after eating some great food.