Discussion in 'Baja Mexico Fishing Reports and Discussion' started by barracuda Killer, Jul 10, 2007.
TJ airport does not have flights I can find.
Nobody flies to Guerrero Negro except privates and these guys.
Bush pilots = VERY EXPENSIVE
The drive to G.N. is really not to bad. If that's the motivation behind getting a flight, I would suggest to just suck up the 9-10 hour drive and consider it an adventure. You will pass through some of the most beautiful landscape to be found anywhere.
And, if you end up going south of G.N. you will get to experience the funny insecticide spraying guy that chagres you four bucks to spray the wheels of your car with some chemical while he wears a tube sock tied around his face as a respirator
Take the drive... Take lots of pictures.
I've been a private pilot flying to baja for 20 years. I have never heard of a commercial flight to Guerrero Negro. The baja bush pilot forum would be the place to ask. Also these guys - Screaming Airlines (no joke) - might do it. Screaming Airlines Guided Baja Travel Adventures FlyBaja.com Mulege, Mulege BCS - I know very little about them - though I really don't think you could charter a small private plane (4 seats) for under $1000 (US) It's probably about 3-4 hrs in small plane from San Diego.
Baja Bush Pilots is a club not a business. They do not offer commercial flights.
Just catch the bus from TJ. PM if you need help with it. It's easy, cheap and you can have a few drinks on the way down. Anyway most pilots will charge you double!!!
Just took the bus to La Paz. The buses are very comfortable, with heads and movies....but you cannot drink on the bus!!! So I flew home.
Sorry, I should have been more clear:
Private charter flights to Baja are very expensive. Didn't mean to mis-represent...
ABC bus is another interesting alternative although I have never tried it.
I still say take the drive
there is a flight from guerro negro to cedros island every day at 10AM, we're trying to get to guerro negro without leaving a car there for 4 days.
Just a thought. But why not fly to Cedros? I know there are surf charters that go to Natividad.
no flights that i know of, and my flying club wont let any of the planes into mexico.
and this Baja Travel & Vacations in Mexico: surfing baja mexico
My F350 is fueled and ready for take off.........
you bring that cute stewardess with ya? the one with the lab coat?
I think she has had enough Baja for the year.
so you nick-name it Baja huh? I call mine Sabu (the incredible heat seeking moisture missle)
Well it is long and bumpy
Im not sure if it is still offered, but a friend (american civilian) hopped on a Military flight from Ensenada to Cedros about 10 years ago. The plane supplies the island, so bringing back coolers full of fish wasn't a problem.
thought you were gonna say brown and dirty
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