by Chachalaca, Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 19:30 (72 days ago)

One of the few places we can fly directly to from Zihua is Tijuana. A couple of years ago we flew there and visited the Guadalupe Valley and checked out the local wine region. I can recommend that experience as it opened our eyes to the excellent wines produced there. Pity they are not exported to the extent that we can enjoy them at home (in Canada, my case). Something about production volumes and Mexican taxes making them expensive.
This year we are flying to Tijuana but are using CBX bridge to access the us into San Diego and we have paid for the tickets. Maybe someone knows if a Canadian has to fill in the I-94 form as some of the instructions are ambiguous. on their website.


by Padrino ⌂ @, San Diego/Rosarito, Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 20:13 (72 days ago) @ Chachalaca

Thank you for highlighting our gorgeous Guadalupe Wine Valley close to Tijuana. It's a pity that you can't get some of the wines in Canada. They are available throughout California, especially the celebrated L.A. Cetto winery.

The CBX is a private border crossing but it is manned by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents so I am assuming that all manners of entry are available that are available at any land border crossing. However, I am ASSUMING here. Remember our government's motto: If it makes sense, we don't do it.

However, I do know of non-U.S. citizens who have used the CBX to cross into San Diego so I am sure they will be able to help with any paperwork necessary.