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Linda asks…

Jet ski in Ensenada/Rosorito, Mexico?

Helloo

I am going on the monarch of the sea in about a week and stopping in Ensenada, I was wondering if there are any good places to go jet skiing in the vicinity. I will be doing an excursion that will be taking me to Rosortio, so is there something around there? It will be me and my bf.

Thankss

Tijuana answers:

Yes there is off the coast of ensenada. It cost me $45 for an hour(Back in 07) for a double jetski. Jsut be carefeul with the vendors, as soon as you sign up they count your time. Happy crusing!

Helen asks…

HAS ANYONE BEEN ON A CRUISE TO ENSENADA MEXICO?

I WANT TO TAKE A CRUISE TO MEXICO WITHOUT SPENDING A FORTUNE I SEE WHERE I CAN GET A DEAL GOING TO ENSENADA AND WANT TO KNOW IF IT CHEAP FOR A REASON? ANYBODY BEEN THERE?

Tijuana answers:

I took the 4 day Carnival Paradise Cruise out of Los Angeles to Catalina and Ensenada. I think they have 3 day ones out of Los Angeles and San Diego that just go to Ensenada alone

unfortunately cruises are quite expensive because they clean your room for you and you get an all you can eat buffet and the entertainment and of course the cost of the gas to take you there (oil prices are rising)

Steven asks…

I want to travel to Ensenada, Mexico but I have a question??

I was born in Mexico but when I was 4 y.o. I became a naturalized citizen of the U.S. I recently lost my naturalization certificate while moving. I want to travel to Ensenada, Mexico for the weekend and kinda want to take my chances that they wont ask me for proof when coming back. If I do get pulled over can the United States Immigration at the border verify that I am telling the truth and am a citizen????

Tijuana answers:

For U.S. Citizens, passports are required at all US/Mexico points of entry. You used to be able to cross with a verbal notification that you were an American citizen and a driver’s license. However, that rule changed a few months back. You will now be asked for a passport when crossing back into the U.S. If you don’t have it, they may just let you in anyway. But they might very well pull you over into secondary to work it out.

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