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The current options are (all prices quoted in USD): Take a taxi, either pre-booked or directly from a taxi stand at the airport. For example Cabo Transfers charges $85 for a one-way trip to/from the airport. Travel time is 40 minutes. Uber cannot pickup passengers at the airport due to pressure from the taxi industry, but you can use them to get from Cabo ...


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I have paid for an IDL, and nobody ever wanted to see it; not in Mexico, not in the US, not in Canada, not in Russia, not in India. If they even know what it is, they decline to accept it, and ask for my "normal driver's license" (which is a German one, btw) Rental car companies are having hundreds of international customers every day, and they are quite ...


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The German Embassy recommends having a International Drivers Permit (IDP) for driving in Mexico. It also warns that the Tourist Card FMM is not always stamped upon entry from the USA. But since ID's are often checked inside Mexico, to make sure that it is stamped propery before continuing on into Mexico. Führerschein Der Internationale Führerschein ...


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I visited Boquillas this weekend so I can now answer this. No documentation is needed to enter Mexico at Boquillas in the Mexico direction. When you enter, you will be directed to a trailer, at which point you will pay a fee of $2 USD per person for a wristband. Your passport and documents will not be checked, however a Federal Police office is nearby, ...


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