Is There a Bus Between Todos Santos and the Airport?

June 4, 2009 by  
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General. There are three major bus companies on the Baja Penninsula: Autotransportes de Baja California (ABC); Transportes Aquila; and Tres Estrelles de Oro. All provide efficient service on the peninsula with modern, clean, fast buses. The “primary” bus serving Todos Santos is Aguila. There is a station in the center of town. The bus has frequent departures to La Paz (takes about 1.5 hours and leaves you about 20 minutes to the LAP airport) and to San Jose del Cabo (takes about 1.5 hours and leaves you about 15 minutes to the SJD airport). Both routes cost 70 pesos (about $5-$7). Aguila allows bicycles.

San Jose del Cabo Airport (SJD). There is a regular bus shuttle from SJD airport to the El Aguila Bus Terminal (tel (624)1421100), about 10 miles away, in the San Jose town, situated at Colonia 5 de Mayo (1 block off the main federal highway to Cabo San Lucas). You can also take a taxi. A taxi is about $15US and the Servipuerto bus is about $8US. A bus leaves San Jose del Cabo for Todos Santos every hour, starting at 6am and running until into the evening.

La Paz Airport (LAP). A taxi is the only option between the La Paz station and the airport. The bus station in La Paz is about 20 minutes from the airport. The phone number is 011-52 (612) 122-4270. The station is located on the corner of Zaragoza and 16 de Septiembre and the phone number is 011-52 (624) 142-1100. The bus leaves La Paz for Todos Santos every hour, starting at 6am and running until into the evening.

Todos Santos. The bus terminal in Todos Santos is located on Collegio Militar across from the park. The bus station in SJD is about 15 minutes from the SJD airport. You can get their by taxi or a shuttle. The following is the schedules from Todos Santos to San Jose del Cabo and La Paz.

Todos Santos to San Jose del Cabo (about 1 hour to Cabo San Lucas and 1.5 hours to San Jose del Cabo)

Buses Leave Daily at:

  • 6:30am
  • 7:45am
  • 8:45am
  • 9:50am
  • 10:45am
  • 11:45am
  • 12:45pm
  • 1:45pm
  • 2:50pm
  • 3:45pm
  • 4:30pm
  • 5:15pm
  • 6:00pm
  • 7:00pm (ABC)
  • 8:00pm
  • 9:00pm
  • 10:00pm
  • 10:45pm
Todos Santos to La Paz (et al) (about 1.5 hours)
Buses Leave Daily at:
  • 7:15am
  • 8:00am (Tijuana)
  • 8:00am
  • 9:20am
  • 10:15am
  • 11:15am (Tijuana)
  • 11:35am (Pichilingue)
  • 12:05pm (Loreto)
  • 1:00pm (San Carlos)
  • 1:55pm (La Paz)
  • 2:00pm (Tijuana ABC)
  • 3:00pm
  • 4:00pm (CD Constitucion)
  • 5:15pm
  • 6:00pm (Mexicali)
  • 7:05pm
  • 8:05pm
  • 8:55pm
  • 10:00pm
  • 11:00pm

Other Baja Peninsula Destinations:

Tijijuan to Cabo San Lucas.
The trip from can be made in 24 hours. Call the Tijuana terminal for schedules and rates (from the US: 011-52 (664) 626-7101).

From Los Cabos International Airport to La Paz. From San Jose there are 2 bus routes north to La Paz. The eastern route is shorter but the time is longer because it is mountainous and the bus makes as many stops as needed for passengers. The western route runs through Todos Santos on the Pacific side. Ten buses a day run 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. **NOTE** If you take the taxi please ask to be dropped off at El Aguila’s Bus terminal not to be mistaken with the Transportes La Paz terminal.

From La Paz to Loreto. There are three to six buses run daily. The trip takes 4.5 hours. Some buses are air conditioned, some have videos.

From La Paz to Tijuana. In There are two types of buses that make the 1,000 mile trip up and down the Baja peninsula. A one-way ticket on the Águila bus is about $1,100 pesos. The ABC Plus bus is a little more at about $1,300 pesos.

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