Jorge Gamboa (Resorts) - Welcome To Baja Alive

Resorts Ambassador

Jorge Gamboa – A lifetime’s experience in Tourism

In the early day of the standard version of Palmilla, Hotel Cabo San Lucas, the Twin Dolphins, and the Finisterra,  Los Cabos was a small undiscovered sleepy village.  Bud Parr, Luis Coppola, and Don Luis Bulnes were the movers and shakers. But that was 20,000 rooms ago…the good old days have made way for an incredible makeover.

Remember driving into Cabo San Lucas at night when there was barely a light to be seen…now you arrive at an enlighten Newport Beach south, that stretches the horizon.  The unique location of Baja peninsula and the Sea of Cortez is a magnet for tourists, investors, hoteliers, and developers.  The range of budget to opulent accommodations is bewildering.  There is a fit for everyone who appreciates the charming climate and culture that draw worldwide visitors.

From backstreet spartan abodes to incredible architectural and service-oriented wonderment the variety of rooms and suites puts the Baja on par with the world’s best destinations.

Large Chains from Marriott, Pueblo Bonito, Velas, Hilton, Melia, and AMR Resorts are well represented as well as RoseWood, Viceroy, Hard Rock and the new Nubo and so many more.   Take the time to visit, read our report, and you will find the perfect pillow for your head.

Cross Border Xpress (CBX) is an exclusive pedestrian bridge for passengers from the Tijuana International Airport, allowing passengers to cross the border between Mexico and the United States. CBX started operations in December 2015

The bridge is 390 ft long and connects the Tijuana International Airport with a terminal in San Diego. It is the first building to connect the U.S.A. to a foreign airport terminal. CBX serves millions of passengers that cross the border as part of their trip, helping them avoid unforeseen delays in the congested border crossings of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa.

From the Tijuana International Airport, CBX users can fly directly to more than 30 destinations in Mexico.


Crossing to Mexico

You may only use the bridge within 24 hours to your flight departure

Mexican Nationals require:

Passport, INE credential, birth certificate, consular card o Mexican nationality certificate.
Boarding pass
CBX ticket

Foreigners require:

FMM Form (Forma Migratoria Múltiple)
Payment of migratory rights (only if your stay is longer than 7 days)
Boarding pass
CBX ticket

For more information visit:

Crossing to the United States

You may use the bridge within 2 hours from landing in the Tijuana International Airport. Make sure not to leave the baggage claim area and head towards the CBX entrance.

United States Nationals require:

Passport (book or card)
Boarding pass
CBX ticket

Foreigners require:

I-94 permit (If you travel more than 25 miles from the border or your stay is longer than 30 days)
Boarding pass
CBX Ticket

*It is mandatory to have your official travel documents to access the bridge and these may be requested by CBX staff.


Cross Border Xpress can be used by all passengers with a valid reservation or flight with any airline that operates out of the Tijuana International Airport.
At the CBX terminal facility parking is well-lit and secured 24 hours a day. Special rate for long term parking available by season.
Shuttle service to and from San Ysidro, downtown San Diego and Los Angeles.
Rideshare like Uber and Lyft and taxi service.
Food and beverage options: Starbucks, Wetzel´s Pretzels and a Food truck patio.
Car rental companies such as Avis, Hertz and Mex Rent A Car.
Currency exchange, free Wi-Fi and luggage carts.


CBX tickets can be purchased directly at the CBX website or at any of the following locations:

CBX counters
Through the airlines: Aeroméxico, Interjet and Volaris

Traveler tips:

Save time and money buying your tickets on the CBX website.
If you travel with your family you can save even more buying a family ticket for 4, 5 or 6 members. Only make sure you cross all together.

For more information call +1 (619) 207-0472 or visit

I have been very fortunate for many years to have had the great honor of working for the Mexico Tourism Board helping to promote the unique and diverse touristic wealth Mexico has to offer. Through my different responsibilities, I also have had the pleasure of cooperating with many professionals in the tourism industry from airlines, travel agents, meeting planners, hoteliers, OVC’s, tour operators, and state governments in Mexico, helping them with their goals through strategic promotion, marketing & consulting, event organizing, and business plans, among other marketing and communication tasks.