This section covers the bicycle touring from Tijuana to our arrival in La Paz. It doesn’t include the 8-day loop I did on my own around Los Cabos as those costs are only for one person.

We loved cycling in Baja California, specially on the shores of the Sea of Cortez. The more we got out of highway 1 and hit the dirt roads, the more we enjoyed.  Laguna Ojo de Liebre, the city of La Paz and the beaches around Bahia Concepcion were our favourite spots. Cycling wise, the climb to the sierra in San Javier and the roads around Bahia Luis Gonzaga.

About the traffic… well, you certainly need a mirror in Mexico. Most of the roads have no shoulder and the traffic on highway 1 can be heavy. Lots of trucks! That’s why we recommend to hit the small roads as much as you can.

* Costs in american dollars (USD)

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ON THE BIKE

Total: 39 Days

Days cycling: 20 Days

Days resting: 19 Days

Total pedalled: 1372Kms (852mi)

Kms/day: 35 Kms (21.7mi)

Kms/days of cycling: 68 Kms (42.2mi)

 

Total Spent: 557.5 USD

Average spent per day: 14.29 USD

Average spent per person per day: 7.14 USD

LODGING

Total Spent: 128 USD

Average spent per day: 3.28 USD

Average spent per person per day: 1.64 USD

FOOD

Total Spent: 320 USD

Average spent per day: 8.21 USD

Average spent per person per day: 4.10 USD

OTHERS

Total Spent: 109 USD

Average spent per day: 2.79 USD

Average spent per person per day: 1.39 USD

We came to realize that our 25 USD per day budget is way more than what we need in Mexico. Camping is easy in Baja and the price of the food is considerably cheaper than in the U.S. Although we hit lots of taco stands, we cooked most of our meals.

 

LODGING

Total : 39 Days

Days paid to sleep: 12 Days

Days not paid to sleep 27 Days

Showers: 21 (Once every 1.7 days)

Hostel-hotel : 4 Days

Host – Friends: 5 Days

Camping: 30 Days

  • Paid: 8 Days
  • Unpaid: 22 Days

We slept in our tent most of the nights and most of the time without paying for it. Mexicans are nice and warm people and they never turned us down when we asked to pitch the tent at any place.

 

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