Tufesa Bus Cross Border, Nogales To Mazatlan and Guadalajara  By first class Tufesa Bus

Tufesa Bus, Cross Border Bus Travel,
Tucson to Guadalajara

Bus Mexico City

From Guadalajara you can continue on via Primera Plus buses to Mexico City Terminal Norte.

The Tufesa Bus to Mazatlan from Phoenix and Tucso can be an overnight trip of 800 miles through flat farmland. At Mazatlan the mountains below Durango start to pinch in and the farms turn to citrus and tropical fruits as you cross the
Tropic of Cancer and enter the true tropics at Mazatlan.
For travelers interested in the zenith days see "
Alta Vista Ruin Site on the Tropic of Cancer"
From Mazatlan reach the ruin site in Zacatecas either from
Durango City or from Zacatecas City. The archaeological site of Alta Vista is near Sombrerete in the small town of Chalchuhuites. It is a little-known site except for those that follow the solstice and the Zenith days. The site is located directly on the Tropic of Cancer.
Tip: Estimate the Miles and Time Between Stations, the maps offered by Guia Roji, a book of 42 maps will help you plan a long bus ride.
It is important on a long bus trip to estimate your
miles between cities and bus stations, more importantly, your time between stops so that you arrive in your destination terminal early in the morning so that you have daylight to explore the city, beach, or ruin site.

Cross Border Buses are available through Autotransportes Tufesa   www.tufesa.com.mx

Tufesa runs luxury, first class buses from Salt Lake City,  Utah, Las Vegas NV  and 16 cities in California to Guadalajara, Mexico with stops in Los Mochis for the Copper Canyon Train, Mazatlan resort beaches, and other major cities along the way

Tufesa Bus Cross Border

Tufesa Bus will make a cross-border bus trip through Mexico from Nogales to Guadalajara.
They travel from Phoenix and Tucson Arizona to Nogales and then follow the coast to Mazatlan, making stops in the larger cities on the  way.  From Mazatlan the bus route continues to Guadalajara.  

Tufesa Bus

Tufesa Bus serves Phoenix and picks up passengers at a small terminal located at 5550 S. 12 Th Ave in Tucson
Tel 520-244-3780

For trips to Mazatlan beaches

Tufesa Bus Terminal in Nogales, Mexico
Mazatlan offers miles of resort beach, casino gambling, fishing, diving, and high-rize resorts an overnight bus ride from Tucson.
Tufesa Bus offers Cross Border Bus Travel from Tucson Arizona to Nogales and then along the coast to Mazatlan with stops in the larger cities and ending at Guadalajara. 

Plan Your Bus Trip

t is 800 miles to Mazatlan from Tucson which computes to a 16-hour trip. Therefore you will want to leave Tucson around noon or early afternoon so that you arrive in Mazatlan at 6-7 am and have time to explore the beaches.

Mountain travel will be much slower than 50 mph. A trip from Mazatlan into the mountains to Durango
will cover only 125 miles but take 7-8 hours.
If you do head inland to Durango from Mazatlan, pick up some motion sickness medication. The mountain road to Durango is as steep and twisting as any you will ever see and bound to make you queasy. The new road will avoid the steep mountain switchbacks.

Bus travel in Mexico will offer comfort, adventure, flexibility, and the option to stop and tour through the colonial cities, ruin sites, or beach villages.
On a bus trip you are free to detour, stop, speed through, or lounge for a few days.  The bus provides comfort and lack of anxiety, flexibility and a connection to the culture.

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Cross Border Bus Travel from Tucson Arizona to Nogales, Mazatlan and to Guadalajara is offered by Tufesa Bus..  
Tufesa Cross-Border Bus, Phoenix to Mazatlan
Mazatlan resort beaches
From Mazatlan Primera Plus buses reach Guadalajara and Mexico City
Omnibus cover northern Mexico from the border to Mexico City
Border shopping in Nogales
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