Marina del Pilar presents free tourism tour program for vulnerable people in Baja California

The “Corazones Viajeros” program will take students, seniors, people with disabilities, and people of limited resources to touristic spots in all of the state’s municipalities

During her Wednesday Morning Press Conference, the Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, presented the "Corazones Viajeros" program which will offer free touristic trips to young students and vulnerable people.

The state governor emphasized that there will be 18 different tours through the seven municipalities of the state involving young students, seniors, people with disabilities and low-income Baja Californians living in areas that require assistance.

Here are the tourist spots that they will visit in each municipality:


    Museums such as Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT), Avenida Revolución including Arco del Reloj, and the busiest border in the world.

    Playas de Rosarito

    Visits to Cerro Coronel and the beaches visited daily by Mexicans and foreigners.


    Community museum, Miguel Hidalgo Park and Parque del Profesor where one can see the native plants.


    Tours on the touristic walkway, and one will be able to learn about one of the state’s emblematic buildings.


    Historic downtown, La Chinesca alleyway and its tunnels, which was recognized as the first Magical Neighborhood of Mexico.

    San Felipe

    Beaches of the Gulf of California, a vineyard in the desert, and an oceanic aquarium that is also an amazing salt flat.

    San Quintín

    Natural landscape of the Mirador Campo Volcánico, Juan Cabrillo museum, Las Misiones, and Molino Viejo.

      Trips will take place on the weekends in two seasons: from May to July and from September to December.

      Beneficiaries will be offered round trip transportation both on land and on sea, personalized guides, special conditions for people with disabilities, traveler’s insurance, food, and souvenirs.

      People interested can go to Secretariat of Tourism of Baja California offices in their respective municipalities in order to look up the dates and times of each tour, select the one they like, and get their trip voucher.

      The Secretary of Tourism of Baja California, Miguel Aguíñiga, added that each tour can shelter up to 40 people, and that this program will benefit around 5,000 Baja Californians who are currently vulnerable.

      Marina del Pilar highlighted the strengthening of touristic matters during her administration and highlighted that, in collaboration with the corresponding airlines, in 2022, 13 new aerial routes were obtained for Baja California, which will strengthen the touristic connections with the rest of the country.

      In addition, she pointed out that in the first four-month period of 2023, there was a 17% increase on aerial operations than in the same period in 2022.

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