Local travel info

Local travel information around San Jose del Cabo, San Lucas, Los Cabos and La Paz.

SUBERCABOS public bus

Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos does have a public transportation bus service, known as Subercabos. These buses run between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo along the Tourist Corridor. The bus runs all day every day of the week. They start running in San Jose at about 5:00 am; in Cabo they start at 5:20 am, and run until 9:30 pm or 10:00 pm.

Los Cabos Tourist Corridor Map Senor Manana

Tourist Corridor from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo

To and from San José, the convenient and economical Subercabos public bus service runs every 20 minutes and the fare is about 25 pesos (about $2.00+ US) one way. Bus ride is on average 40 minutes each way. It is a good idea to have small Peso coins/bills with you. The bus is very safe and the people very friendly the it is very EASY and cheap. It is relaxing to just take the bus and see the sights.

The Subercabos bus is passenger-friendly and will let riders off wherever they would like to stop along the route. The buss only run on the main highway and pass each stop (approximately) every 20 minutes, with views of the desert/ocean, mostly catering to the local workers that work at the many resorts.

The Subercabos route does have bus stops which are where passengers wait to get on the bus.  There are official bus stops conveniently located, with seats and shade, but the busses can be flagged down, from almost anywhere along the highway, by waving your arms. They will usually stop, if they see you in time.

Suburcabos Buses fares approximitely:

San José del Cabo from or to the Airport Highway:
$7.00 pesos, one way, per person

Tourist Corridor from or to the Airport Highway:
$15.00 pesos, one way, per person

Cabo San Lucas from or to the Airport highway:
$25.00 pesos, one way, per person

 

Taxi to San Jose del Cabo

$35/$40 one way always need to get the confirmaton from driver… San Jose is about 25 minutes by car from the dock in Cabo San Lucas.

 

Baja de California by bus (Los Cabos, La Paz, Loreto, Tijuana).

Autobuses Aguila and Autobuses del Pacifico are the two main bus lines that service the peninsula. Buses depart several times a day from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas and return almost every hour. It s a 20 to 30 hour ride and while the comfortable first class seats offer an interesting experience for travelers wanting to experience more of Mexico while en-route to Los Cabos, bus fares are no bargain, with prices close to airline tickets from the U.S. border.

Local maps:

Los Cabos Guide Maps: – http://www.loscabosguide.com/maps/maps.htm

Budget hotel in San José del Cabo