We’re excited that you're thinking about
spending time with us. We’ve prepared a list of
things to help you prepare for your trip. Please
spend a few minutes to review this information.
If you have any questions regarding your holiday
or special needs, please call us. We look
forward to sharing Punta San Carlos
Itinerary (standard travel
Your per-scheduled trip begins on Saturday
morning. Please be at Brown Field Dan Diego by 10:30am for an 11am departure. From San Diego it is about 2(+) hours down to Punta
San Carlos. There will be a stop at a port of
entry airport to check-in with Mexican Customs. There is
a Tourist visa charge of about
$30-50, check with your pilot prior to
departure as this is subject to change without
Please eat a big breakfast before you leave San
Diego as lunch will be about 1-2PM at camp in
Punta San Carlos.
it’s breakfast and off to your adventures. Then
Sunday through Friday it will be packed with
wavesailing, kiteboarding, surfing, SUPing,eating,
sleeping, hiking, mountain biking, relaxing, and
enjoying the company of fellow campers.
After lunch & your orientation, the camphost
will be taking a portrait photo of you with your
harness to assist in recognizing you in action
You will also be offered Gear
Insurance - $20 per $100 of damage to gear.
OK - it’s time to engage in the sport of your
choice or just relax.
The rest of the day is yours.
On the following Saturday, we head back
to San Diego at about 2-3PM. You should arrive
in San Diego Brown Field between 5-6PM. There
your prearranged ground transportation will take
you to your hotel or the San Diego Airport. It
is important that your domestic flight be at
least 3 hours after your PSC flight arrival.
In the morning we
will ask you to remove your items from your tent
so it can be prepared for guest arrivals that
day. You will have time to shower & eat
lunch before your planes departs. Check
with your Camphost for any changes to this
With adventure trips of this type, please be
flexible with your time.
This itinerary is a typical arrangement. Your
itinerary may be different. Consult with the SAH
staff onsite for current details.
We will be traveling to a remote part of western
Baja. There is no convenient access to phones,
electricity, or shopping areas. In the event of
an emergency we have the support van ready to
assist or we can schedule an emergency flight.
Your loved ones may call the office to have a
message relayed to us as we call in several
times during the week. Please note: we can call
out from Punta San Carlos via satellite phone
but we cannot receive calls in.
is available to guests from our Camp Mac or PC
computer for a few hours each day via satellite.
Internet service is dependent on the weather,
Due to our limited allotment of bandwidth per
day there is a policy to limit Internet usage to
just webmail. Unfortunately, FACEBOOK is
not a viable source of communication.
Streaming of music & video or uploading/downloading of photos & video is not
possible. A camphost is available to
assist you with sending e-mail if you do not
have a webmail account. We do not
have WiFi at this time for iPads, cell phones
or other WiFi devices. All connections are
available via Ethernet cable. Please
inquire prior to departure about situations that
fall outside these services. There is a
fee service Satellite Phone available.
For those of you that would like to make phone
calls from San Carlos we also have a satellite
phone. There is a $5 per minute charge.
CAMPSTORE & Gratuities
We have a
campstore onsite that features t-shirts,
sweatshirts, hats & other items. It
is customary to tip the cooking staff and camp
hosts. The only guideline is whatever you feel
is appropriate. Tips may be given directly
to the hosts or given to Kevin Trejo for later
Bring enough cash to meet your needs for Gear
Insurance. souvenirs & tips.
Because of the 50lb weight limit for soft luggage-duffel
supply certain items to help lighten the load.
Keep in mind the size of your bag is important
too as you will be flying in a small private
plane with other guests. these include -
Camera tripod - on a check-out basis
Bike & water helmets - on a check-out basis
Body-wash & shampoo
• All meals and snacks from Saturday
lunch through the following Saturday lunch. SoloSports cooks up
three hearty meals a day, leaving no one unsatisfied. If you
have any special dietary requests, please contact Solo Sports at
least two weeks prior to the trip with your dietary needs..
• All camping equipment including a
two-man tent for each person(couples will get 2 tents) , warm sleeping bags, and deluxe 2” thick Thermarest
sleeping pad. Your tent is on a large carpeted area.
• Windsurfing, Kiting, Surfing equipment are
included in your all inclusive price.
• Surfboards/SUP - We have a variety of
surfboards and SUPs for everyone to use in the mornings
preceding the wind.
• Mountain Bikes - We have high-end
mountain bikes for our guests. We suggest you bring your shoes
• We have decades of experience
traveling to the remote areas of Baja’s West Coast. We can take
you on a cultural tour of the local area.
• Plenty of beer and wine, hard liquor
and tequila from the Chili-Bomb Cantina
• We have staff photographers & videographers to
capture all the action. Photos/Video are
Things for You to Bring
IMPORTANT – U.S. Citizens: You will need a
valid passport, or valid State Department
documentation (see U.S. State Department web
site) to return to the United States. Copies
of these documents will not work.
NOTE: a valid passport is required for all
air travel returning from Baja to the United
• IMPORTANT – Non U.S. Citizens: You will
need a current ID such as a valid passport
and or visa to return to the United States.
You should confirm your travel plans with
your embassy prior to travel to ensure there
will be no problems.
Quick Tips for Packing
• 8 gig minimum SD card or USB 3.0
Flash Drive for any photos we take of you during your holiday.
• Sunglasses, hat wide brim floppy
we do have a camp library
•Smart Phone or tablet for photos & video
• Extra cash for travel days and
• Bike shoes, clip less pedals
• Flashlight, headlamp and batteries
• Warm clothes for night, light
clothes for day
• Running or hiking shoes with
• toiletries kit (toothpaste/brush,
Medical Marijuana, firearms and ammunition are
illegal in Mexico. All prescription drugs should have a script
on the bottle including your name.
for more information about what to bring download our
TRAVEL & PACKING TIPS PDF.
CAMP RESOURCES (how we
can thrive in the desert)
Our Punta San Carlos Campo is almost totally self sufficient. We
make our own electrical power from solar & wind. It is a
precious delicate resource that requires all of us to be prudent
in our usage.
Internet use does have daily allotments of bandwidth from
our provider that when depleted, severely restricts further use
for that 24 hr. time period. When you arrive, the Camphost will
explain conditions for Internet use.
Our fresh water is delivered from town 50 miles away. Drinking
water is also delivered. Every guest is allowed 1 hot shower a
day. There is usually enough of all these resources for everyone
to have a good time - weather permitting.
Recommended Hotel Information - San
Bayview Super 8
1835 Columbia St.
San Diego, CA 92101
For people flying into San
Diego, once you arrive at the airport - if you are staying at
the Harbor View Days Inn, call a taxi company and tell them to
take you to the “Harbor View - Days Inn.” For all other
hotels please check with your hotel .
for Brown Field
You are responsible for transportation to
and from Brown Field for your
Ruiz - Brown Field Transportation (619) 649-5557
Sea Top Shuttle (619) 222-2744 (Tony -Ops Mgr.)
Orange Cab Co. (619) 223-5555
Call our sales staff for more information or
add this option on to your reservation.
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