“You cannot talk about Tijuana itself and not talk extensively about food. Food has transformed this city.” – Anthony Bourdain
Cross the border and join us on your personal and private foodie tour in Tijuana (“TJ”) Check out our Insta highlight here.
Become a market insider on this behind-the-scenes adventure to experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of a historic market in Tijuana. Meet the local farmers and sample their tasty foods and treats. Try a mouth-watering churro. See different types of raw chili peppers and taste some tacos and pastries. Because we have intimate friendships with vendors and farmers, you’ll be treated like a VIP! By the end, you will know the best (often hidden) places to shop and eat at the market!
We’ll also visit Telefonica Gastro Park, a stall-based food court, commonly known as colectivos, where you’ll choose from a variety of bites and beverages, mixing and matching to suit your taste.
But there’s more . . . we’ll take you to our (secret) favorite dining downtown spots and breweries for classic seafood tacos and tostadas and Baja California’s exploding artisanal beer scene.
Best yet, our guide is also a photographer, so your photos will always be Insta-worthy!
- Pick up at Pedwest TJ
- Drop off at Pedwest TJ
- 5-6 Hour tour
- Private Transportation
- Local market visit
- 10 food stops including tacos, churros, Mexican corn, seafood tostadas, etc.
- 2 breweries
- Local tour guide + photographer
- 1 flight of beer at each brewery
- 2 tacos at each taquería
Food allergies: We CAN provide substitutions for vegetarians, vegans, and those who do not eat seafood, but CANNOT provide substitutions for any other allergies such as gluten. Substitutions must be indicated in advance at time of ticket purchase.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours (depends on group’s location and pace)
Max Capacity: 4 persons per tour, please inquire if more than 4 persons
Add-On’s: Overnights in Tijuana, Overnights in Valle de Guadalupe, wine and food tours in Valle de Guadalupe.
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This is a sample partnership of Valle de Guadalupe’s tourism.