Sampa is an experience company that offers Adventure Ready Vehicles Rentals & Guided Experiences with camping gear In Baja California Sur . The intent is to inspire you to explore, whether you want to drive across the desert, explore the hidden waterfalls, or go surfing ( to name a few).
Rates may vary depending on many factors such as, seasonality, amount of days, type of vehicle, additional camping gear .. I recommend you quote on our website and follow the steps below.
We have the Jeep Wranglers, Pick-Up RAMs, Pick-Up Toyota Tacoma & Campervan Ford Transit .
It gives you the comfort of a pickup for all your gadgets and the luxury of a top quality vehicle. Recommended for 4 people and all the gear you need.
The Jeep Wrangler can take you on any terrain with ease but it’s not recommended if you are more than four people or will bring a lot of gear because space is limited.
There is nothing like and adventure with all the gadgets you need to get your blood flowing. That is why we recommend the Pick Up RAM 4X4. This more spacious vehicle can fit up to five people comfortably and all the gear you need.
Our new Sampa van is equipped with solar panels, a full bed and cooking equipment so that you can experience a classic road trip in a more luxurious and comfortable way. Perfect for couples and/or groups of 2 people who are looking for an adventure.
The 4X4 comes equipped with everything you need to be comfortable in your adventure (no worries, everything else can be included)
In addition to the above the premium rentals include:
In order to secure your booking you pay 30% of the total amount to confirm your reservation, or the total 100%. If you choose the first option you will pay the rest upon arrival. You can pay the remaining 70% with a credit card, debit card at our office or cash. However, remember that if you decide to pay with cash you´ll always need a valid credit or debit card for security and insurance reasons.
We offer the full 30% refund if you cancel with more than 30 days notice.
We are located in Sierra Dorada, Carretera Transpeninsular km 6.5 fracc. Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23455
The closest airport is Los Cabos International Airport (SJD)
If you wish to do the pick up or the drop off in la Paz, we can make it happen for an additional fee
Depends on the type of car you are interested in renting. (check the specs on the details of every car) However keep in mind that the roof tents are just for 2, but don’t worry additional ground tents can be added if they are more than 2px.
Yes, we are happy to help you personalize your trip depending on your interests. Once the reservation is done, we can schedule a call and help you plan the whole trip in detail.
Also, you can find in our website recommendations to help plan your trip. Please visit our “Where to go” page.
It’s always nice when Sampers return the car in good shape, inside and outside. We do not require you to return the Sampa completely clean, but if it is exceptionally dirty, requiring difficult stain removal or other special cleaning efforts, we will charge an additional cleaning fee to get it ready for the next Sampers.
In every town you´ll find an abarrotes store (cheapest option) where you can buy everything you need. There are also big supermarkets like Chedraui, La Comer if you are looking for something more specific.
Our 4×4 Sampas won´t have a problem with that, but turtles might. Driving in the sand can cause sand compaction above nests resulting in lower nest success. Also, ocean tides rise many meters twice a day, so please extra conscious and drive at least 30 meters from the water.
Apart from nature, insurance companies won´t cover any damages that happen off road.
We like to give Sampers the thrill of being all by themselves, creating their own individual adventure. However, if you are in trouble or in need of a hand, we´ll be a phone call away. If no service is available, all trucks have a panic button and we will be there as fast as we can.
First thing you need to know, Baja is not the margarita-fueled party scene in Cabo the world has claimed it to be, instead it is a wealth of natural treasures.
Few things you need to know:
Described by Jacques Cousteau as the “world’s aquarium” .. Yes, you can dive and snorkel along the ocean’s largest fish and rejuvenated reefs. Just google it.. You will see!
Surfers in search of great waves and adventure are flocking to Baja. Why?? Because it has the best waves in the country, and there are so many amazing spots that you won’t have to fight for your next wave.
Are you a kiter, well I am sure you’ve heard of La Ventana, world’s top destinations to go kiteboarding.
Baja offers fantastic hiking trails that will take you through a huge diversity of landscapes. Its geography ranges from beaches and coastal sand dunes to deserts to forests; the peninsula has it all.
Prehistoric cave paintings that have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Whales! Every winter, Pacific Gray Whales come to Baja to mate and give birth. Approximately 25,000 of them make the annual journey from the Artic to the now-protected waters on the Pacific side of Baja California Sur. The whale-watching season in Baja begins in early February and ends in March.
Food and drinks?
You’ll be eating some of the freshest and most delicious fish and shellfish the world has to offer.
Baja is Mexico’s premier wine-growing region, with most of it produced in the Valle de Guadalupe area surrounding the coastal city of Ensenada.