FAQs

"The most fun you'll have doing something good"


FREQUENT QUESTIONS

WHERE OUR EXCURSIONS START?

  • Our ride will start in a small town just south of Ensenada called Santo Tomas.  However, we will meet in San Diego and cross the border together.  You are responsible or getting yourself to the meeting place before the border crossing. If you are not able to make that time and location. You are responsible to meet up with the group in Ensenada or Santo Tomas.


 Do I need to need to bring fuel?

  • Do not bring containers of fuel across the border.  You will be denied access to Mexico.  Do however cross with the UTV tank full of gas.


 Can I bring a vehicle other than a UTV for the ride?

  • No.  This is a UTV event only.  It helps keep everyone together and on the same page. 


 Do I need to bring spare parts?

  • Because of the demands of Baja, bring spares!  We recommend keeping a spare tire, belt, axel and tie rod with your vehicle. 


What happens if my UTV breaks down on the ride?

  • Our chase support will assist in the event of any breakdown. 


 How to I get signed up?

  • A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to secure the date with the balance due 30 days before the tour begins. Tour reservations are not guaranteed without a deposit.


All tours must meet the 10 minimum rider policy in order to operate. Please inquire when booking if you have any questions regarding this policy. If the tour does not operate deposits are returned.


 
What's included in the donation fee?

  • Cost of the house build. Build a house with a local needy family 
  • Professional trail guide
  • Support staff will haul your luggage to our lodging sites so you are not carrying extra gear on the trail.
  • Picture package including drone footage
  • Food bundle to deliver to a needy family along the trail.


Not Included:

  • All travel costs, including lodging, food, fuel, insurance, etc. both in the U.S. and Mexico 
  • Alcohol
  • Other tourist activities
  • Gratuities
  • You are responsible for your own equipment and gear

 
Trail  suggestions include:


  • This is an adventure ride – NOT a race.  If you are looking for a race there is a good one in the Baja that's 500 or 1000 miles. This ain't it! 
  • Ride within your and the group's limits, and enjoy your ride in Baja
  • Pay attention to the guide, don't take his instructions personal.
  • Do not ride in the dust, Leave enough space for good visibility
  • Be careful of animals on the trail – cows, horses, etc.
  • Stay to the right on blind rises.
  • Be alert for other vehicles on the trail.
  • Keep a safe distance from other riders.
  • Ride with your head up – try to anticipate turns and obstacles before you are there.
  • Try to keep your goggles clear – vision is everything.
  • Be ready to have some fun!