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From Ensenada: La Bufadora Geyser Tour

1. From Ensenada: La Bufadora Geyser Tour

Experience a magical sight as you watch La Bufadora, North America's largest sea geyser, spraying water more than 100 feet into the air from a sea cave. Listen to the thunderous noise as the water explodes upward from the cave, and learn about this incredible natural phenomenon from a knowledgeable guide. Enjoy the thrill of seeing this colossal geyser spurting, on average once a minute, depending on the strength of the waves. Savor the stunning views across the mountainous landscape and Pacific Ocean as you travel from Ensenada to La Bufadora. Relax and try authentic Mexican dishes at a variety of seafront restaurants, while you soak in breathtaking views across the ocean.

From Ensenada: Ojos Negros Valley Cheese & Wine Tasting Tour

2. From Ensenada: Ojos Negros Valley Cheese & Wine Tasting Tour

Travel through the countryside cheese and wine route on a tour of the Ojos Negros Valley, located one hour east of Ensenada. Visit a winery, discover a local lavender farm, and enjoy various tastings of local products. Your first stop will be at Infinito Winery, where you will be attended to by Pepe Pedrosa, owner and winemaker of the winery. Enjoy a tour of the vineyard and learn more about the world of wine. Next, make your way to Rancho La Campana, where you can taste artisan cheeses paired with quality wines and other craft products in the underground cellar at La Cava de Marcelo. At Rancho La Campana, learn about the Ramonetti family, who have produced cheese and dairy products since 1911. Get an inside look at the cheese-making process on a guided tour of their facilities. Later, head to the only lavender farm in Baja California, Aleyha Lavender Farm (available Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). Once there, enjoy the heathland field with its beautiful colors and lagoons with ducks. Stop at the farm's store to shop artisanal and organic lavender-based items. Before the end of your visit, have time for a meal at the Grosso restaurant, offering gourmet cuisine based on lavender (at your own expense).

Ensenada: Guided Bike Tour. One of the 10 best urban foods.

3. Ensenada: Guided Bike Tour. One of the 10 best urban foods.

Try the best taco experience in the port of Ensenada! Whatever: fish, shrimp, barbacoa, carnitas… they can all be on the menu. Last but not least, try a specialty coffee or a genuine cup of chocolate, a great espresso, or a better-than-Seattle flat white. This experience is unique because you will go to places outside the tourist realm: street stalls and food trucks… maybe even one or two historical sites along with a glass of wine or a margarita in the place where it was invented.

San Diego: 2-Day Wine Tasting Trip in Valle de Guadalupe

4. San Diego: 2-Day Wine Tasting Trip in Valle de Guadalupe

Discover Valle de Guadalupe and Mexico on a 2-day wine-tasting tour from San Diego. Visit Casa Pedro Domecq's museum and sensory room, enjoy an authentic Mexican breakfast at Correcaminos restaurant, and taste wine at several wineries. Day 1 Meet your driver and head south to Mexico. After crossing the border, stop at Casa Pedro Domecq. Stroll through its small museum and sensory room, where you can learn about the aromas and colors of wine. Next, head to Quinta Monasterio for your first wine tasting. Try 5 wines: a white, a rosé, and 3 reds before exploring the nearby open area attached to a mountain full of boulders. Enjoy a delicious meal of Morrocan food at Kous Kous. Try their specialty dish, tajine, while taking in a beautiful view of the valley. After the meal, check in to your hotel. If you like, go for a hike or relax with a massage in your room (not included). Day 2 Begin your day with breakfast at Correcaminos Restaurant. Enjoy authentic Mexican breakfasts such as Chilaquiles, refried beans, huevos rancheros, and mole enchiladas. After you finish eating, head out for your first tasting of the day at Clos de Tres Cantos winery, owned by a philosopher. As you stroll through the winery, see how the monastery-like architecture and wines reflect the philosophy of the owner. Try wines called "Nothing," "Doubt," and "Resilience." Continue to Finca la Carrodilla winery, an organic winery. Taste a white, a rosé, and a red before strolling around the terrace and biodynamic orchid. Finish with lunch at Fauna, listed as the 2nd best restaurant in Mexico before heading back to San Diego. Along the way, stop at Tecate, Otay, or San Ysidro, depending on how busy the border crossings are.

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5.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

We really enjoyed our tour! We had 14 seats booked (the max was 15) so I assumed it would be private. Turns out the guide made us wait half an hour for another group that ultimately didn't show. That delay was disappointing and moderately frustrating but overall we enjoyed the tour a lot and recommend it when in Ensenada.