Getting There Away

BOAT

Santa Rosalía's small marina offers some possibilities for catching a ride by private yacht north or south along the gulf coast or across to mainland Mexico, but you'll likely have to hang around a while.

The Santa Rosalía Ferry (% 152-1246, in Mexico 800-672-9053; www.ferrysantarosalia.com; ® ticket window 9am-6pm Mon, Wed & Thu, 10am-3pm Tue, Fri & Sun, 10am-2pm Sat) to Guaymas, Sonora (mainland Mexico) leaves Tuesday and Wednesday at 9am and Friday and Sunday at 8pm. The journey is nine hours. The boat departs Guaymas on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8pm.

One-way standard/first-class passenger fares are US$55/65. It's US$27.50/32.50 for children under 11. Fares for cars and pickups up to 5.4m (17ft, 4in) are US$248; vehicles up to 7m (22ft, 11in) cost US$324. Cars with trailers (total length up to 15m or 45ft), cost a whopping US$880, which includes one passenger. Other vehicle fares do not include passengers. Rates are one way. Advanced reservations are recommended.

Autotransportes Aguila and ABC buses between Tijuana and La Paz stop at Santa Rosalía's bus terminal, on the western side of the Transpeninsular opposite the malecón. Approximate fares (they change regularly) are listed here. There's also one night bus to Mexicali (US$94, 14 to 16 hours).

Destination

Fare (US$)

Duration (hr)

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54 27

10 5

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La Paz

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43 17

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6 8

San José del Cabo

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59 50

Tijuana Vizcaíno

73 11

11-13 2

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