Getting Here

Learn everything you may need to know about traveling down to Baja before escaping to Baja Beach Fest 2021

Parking

At and near the festival grounds there are a handful of paid parking lots to choose from as well as hotel parking for hotel guests. In addition to these private parking lots, Rosarito also offers street parking.

Flying

There are two convenient nearby airports to choose from when flying into Baja Beach Fest. Tijuana International airport (in Mexico) is approximately 30-minutes from our festival and the San Diego International airport (in the USA) is roughly 1-hour away from our festival grounds.

Driving Directions

If you’re driving down simply type in: Coronado 400, Playas Rosarito, 22710 Rosarito, B.C., Mexico into Google Maps. Be aware, once you’re in Baja, the scenic route to Rosarito is a toll road with 2 toll booths, each toll is approximately $2 USD or $38 Pesos (cash only).

Shuttles

Take advantage of our shuttle system that will be taking attendees to and from the festival grounds from Pueblo Amigo Hotel in Tijuana. A shuttle ticket includes a round trip to and from the festival for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This 3-Day Shuttle Pass costs $40, and is recommended for those staying in Tijuana.

Private Drivers

For groups staying in vacation rentals that are not walking distance to the event, there is the option to reserve a private driver. Mannix is a well known private driver company in the area. You can book a private driver by emailing: ana.hernandez@mannix.com.mx

Taxis

Taxis will be available at all partnered hotels. If you are staying at a partnered hotel contact the concierge/front desk and have them schedule/call a taxi for you to the festival. While there may be no wait, make sure to give time for the taxi to arrive if they aren’t already there.

Crossing the Border

To cross an International US/MX Border please bring a valid government issued passport. Attendees can drive across or walk across the international borders. The borders closest to Baja Beach Fest are: San Ysidro Port of Entry, Otay Mesa Port of Entry, and the Tecate Port of Entry.