Camino Sin Nombre (Km 9.5)
El Sargento, BCS
From the US/Canada (+52) 512-971-1030
From Mexico (01) 612-114-0158
La Ventana is located about 40 minutes south of La Paz and just over 2 hours north of the Cabo airport.
Flights into La Paz (airport code: LAP) are typically more limited and more expensive so most international visitors fly into Cabo (airport code: SJD).
If you want the independence for day trips or self-sufficient downwinders, then renting a car is your best option.
You can reserve your car in advance on the web. The drive from both airport is safe and beautiful.
The only hazard worth mentioning is that Baja highways don't have cattle fencing. If you see cows or other animals near the road, slow down! If you drive at night, be alert for cows in the road.
You can download this PDF
with directions from both airports Google maps and Waze also work in Baja.
If you prefer not to drive, we recommend Samuel Lucero shuttle service. Samuel's licensed drivers are experienced and dependable. To arrange a shuttle send an email a few days in advance with your detailed flight information (name, # people, airline, flight number, arrival time) to email@example.com
When you arrive you can get by without a car. There are several restaurants and shops within walking distance to the hotel. You can also hire Samuel's drivers for day trips.
- Cost for one passenger for a shared van, depending on number of passengers? $30-$80 USD
- Cost for private van: $120 - $160 depending on # of people and time of year.
Weather & What to pack
- Baja is casual. Most days, a swimsuit, shorts, t-shirt and flip-flops are all you need.
For hiking, running, and biking you want closed toe shoes for cactus protection. In the winter months between November and February, the evenings can be cool so bring a hoodie or jacket and consider a warm hat.
Don't forget sunscreen.