Spend the day in Baja’s wine country tasting Mexican wines + dinning Valle-style.
Our wine tasting road trips are in the spirit of the countless drives we’ve made to Baja’s wine growing region, Valle de Guadalupe, a place we fell in love a long time ago.
Valle de Guadalupe CTH style
CTH's Valle de Guadalupe outings are small, intimate gatherings. The outings are an all day affair. A blogger once described Club Tengo Hambre outings this way: 'It felt like very cool friends were showing us around their town.' That's what CTH is all about.
Our aim is to celebrate both the social aspect of food in bringing people together and the vibrant scene that makes Valle de Guadalupe one of the best places in the world for wine + food.
Our day trips are perfect for bachelor/ette parties, birthday celebrations, team-building experiences, you name it! Any occasion that deserves good food and wine.
1 stop for breakfast birria tacos in Tijuana
3 wine tastings at boutique wineries
Multi-course family style meal (food only/vegetarian friendly)
Agave spirit service onboard
Round-trip private transportation
Private CTH Host
BOOKING YOUR PRIVATE CTH DAYCATION
Click the ‘Request a Private Booking’ button to check date availability and calculate rates per person. Depending on the size of your party, prices will change. You may also add extra guests closer to the date, we check the final headcount two weeks before your trip to ensure we have the proper-sized vehicle.
Once you submit a request, our team will confirm the date, if available, and will receive a confirmation email with important details.
Upon confirmation, your reservation is subject to our Private Bookings Cancellation Policy. To learn more about cancelations, click here.
For Frequently Asked Questions about our Private Valle de Guadalupe Daycations, please see below. ↓
Pricing is subject to change due to availability or any special requests by guest.
6-8 Guests: $205 dlls
9-11 Guests: $195 dlls
12+ Guests: $185 dlls
Your Private CTH Daycation in a nutshell.
THE RENDEZVOUS POINT
We meet on the US side of the border, at the San Ysidro Trolley station. We walk into Tijuana as a group, pass through Mexican customs, then meet our private transportation on the other side.
EAT. DRINK. REPEAT.
Once aboard, we welcome everyone w/ a mezcal tasting and head for breakfast tacos in Tijuana. After, we’ll embark on a 1.5 hour scenic drive to Valle de Guadalupe. We visit three of our favorite wineries in Valle de Guadalupe’s vibrant wine-making scene and cap the day with a multi-course meal at an outdoor restaurant.
ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END
With full bellies + slight buzzes, we’ll head back to the border, where our transportation will drop us off at the pedestrian crossing on the Tijuana side. You will cross through the US Customs by foot. The exit of the facility is right where we started, at the San Ysidro Trolley Station. Border waits can be unpredictable.
Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that you and your guests have plenty of questions before submitting your reservation. Take a look at some of our most popular questions we receive.
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— Can I add more guests to my reservation?
Absolutely! As soon as your friends and family know about your plans, we are sure that more would like to join the fun.
We ask for a final headcount with 2 weeks anticipation, in order to secure the proper-sized vehicle and reservations with our purveyors.
— How many guests can you accommodate?
We’ve hosted honeymoons to 40+ family get-togethers. We can adjust to any group size, we just ask to let us know as soon as possible to coordinate all the logistics.
— What is the minimum amount of people we need to book a private tour?
To automatically request your reservatia via our booking system we request reservations of 4 and more. For less than 4, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org
— How far in advance should I make a reservation?
ASAP! Weekends and US holidays are very popular across all of our destinations. We have a first come, first served / payed reservations.
— What places do we visit? Can we choose?
We are very proud of the experiences and curation of our Valle trips. We have a roster of places we frequent and have built relationships with over the years. The wineries and restaurants we visit deliver up-to-CTH standards and tell an important story of the region. We share the itinerary designed by CTH, as the date gets closer with your paid reservation in place. We welcome you to sending us more details about the profile of you and your guests, we want to make sure everyone spends a great day with us.
The itinerary is is designed to make sense geographically so that you spend less time in the vehicle and more time wine-ing and dining, without compromising the experience.
If you would like a custom-designed itinerary with your preferances, just let us know and we can gladly send you a quote.
— Is wine + food included?
All food and drinks mentioned in the program are included. Gratuity for our vendors is also included with your reservation (Does not include your host’s and driver’s optional gratuity).
Bring small change to buy items that are not included in the program, like extra food, souvenirs, or simply for extra rounds. Some places do accept credit cards, with exception of the small family-owned establishments. US dollars are accepted.
— I'm spending time in Baja. Can we meet in Mexico?
We have a designated meeting spot in Tijuana and along the path to Valle de Guadalupe. Custom pick-up locations outside of the path of Tijuana to Valle de Guadalupe, will have an extra fee.
Outings with custom pick-ups along the path, and in Valle de Guadalupe do not change the cost of the outing since our hosts and transportation partners are based out of Tijuana.
— Do you offer weekender privates to Valle?
— Do I need a passport?
Yes. All guests need a valid passport to enter both Mexico and USA. In the last years, the walk into Mexico has been reconfigured and requests a valid passport to enter. Additionally, you are required to fill out the Forma Migratoria Múltiple (FMM) to enter Mexico. More on that in your confirmation email.
Global Entry is only recognized by the U.S. and Mexico does not honor it as a substitute to your passport.
— What do I wear?
While our outings are a casual affair, one might feel a tad underdressed going with informal attire in Mexico’s wine country, as Mexicans dress to the nines while visiting Baja California wineries. Step up your sartorial game to ‘Valle chic’ if you want to blend in. Men wear button up shirts and woman rock blouses or dresses. While the Valle is rustic, with uneven dirt paths at many of the wineries, many Mexicans choose fashion over function, and dress shoes, heels and wedges are more common than not.
— How much alcohol are we allowed to bring back into the US?
U.S. customs only allows you to cross 1 liter of alcohol per person who are 21 and over.
We know! We know! As we always say, more reasons to visit to the Valle.