Los Cabos | San Jose del Cabo International Airport
Shared shuttle bus service between Los Cabos Airport and La Paz is a popular service. La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur in Mexico, is a tranquil city known for its stunning waterfront promenade, vibrant marine life, and beautiful beaches. It’s a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering activities like snorkeling, whale watching, and kayaking in the Sea of Cortez.
This daily service from SJD Airport to La Paz goes to the Malecon Bus Station, on Paseo Alvaro Obregon. It’s a popular choice for travelers, so it’s recommended to book your spot in advance. You can easily reserve your shuttle to La Paz online. Traveling from Cabo Airport to downtown La Paz is both convenient and budget-friendly. Additionally, daily shared shuttles are available to other destinations like Todos Santos and Los Barriles.
The price for the shuttle service is $70 USD per person for each way. The journey to La Paz takes a little over 3 hours, offering a comfortable and efficient travel option.
Northbound Buses from La Paz to Loreto and San Ignacio
The northbound buses leave from La Paz Malecon at 07:00, 09:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 16:00, 20:00 and 21:00 (Subject to availability – Please confirm directly a the downtown bus station in San Jose del Cabo in person.)
Terminal Maps & More
The maps of Los Cabos Airport are specifically crafted to provide clear guidance for visitors. These detailed maps allow travelers to effortlessly locate the different terminals, each serving various types of flights—be it domestic, international, or charter. Additionally, the maps comprehensively outline the airport's structure, covering essential areas from arrival gates to baggage claim, ensuring a smooth navigation experience for all visitors.
Los Cabos immigration facilitates the entry and exit of travelers, ensuring compliance with Mexican immigration laws and offering assistance for a smooth travel experience.Learn More
Los Cabos customs is responsible for monitoring the import and export of goods, enforcing regulations, and ensuring that travelers' belongings meet Mexico's import regulations.Learn More