Sightseeing Tour: Enjoy a 50-minute drive, while your certified tour guide shares the history of the area and local traditions.
Blow Hole: Welcome to La Bufadora, home of the blow hole, the largest marine geyser in North America. This underwater cave regularly sucks in sea water and shoots it straight up in the air, drenching visitors.
Its Taco Time: While at La Bufadora, you will be provided with a taco lunch at Lidia's Tacos, arguably, the best in town.
Free Time: Enjoy approximately 1.5 hours of free time visiting the open-air market to shop for souvenirs, regional arts, handcrafts and Mexican eateries.
Riviera del Pacífico: Take a guided tour of Riviera Del Pacífico, a glamorous resort and casino during the roaring 1930‘s with an incredible story that your tour guide will share with you, as you enjoy a complimentary margarita at the bar where the popular drink was created.
Bodegas de Santo Tomás Winery: Visit Mexico's second oldest winery, tasting some of the country's best wines inside a historical building which was once the former home of a Mexican president in the 1930's.
Old Ensenada City Tour: You'll be taken on a city tour of old Ensenada and Parque Revolución, the oldest park in the state, Playa Hermosa; the famous fish market known as "El Mercado Negro" and the Civic Plaza and its statues.
Tequilera Doña Engracia: Time permitting, your last stop will be at a family-owned tequilera, where you can opt to stay on your own for free tequila tasting, only a few blocks away from the pier, or remain on the bus for a ride back to the cruise ship.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for purchases.