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Old 19-12-2013, 10:29   #1
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Do Customs and Immigration close in Ensenada during Christmas week?

Hello All,

We're in San Diego, about ready to head south. We are a bit delayed, and now it looks like we'll arrive Ensenada this Monday, December 23.

Does anyone know if we will be able to clear into Mexico that close to Christmas? I've been unable to find any information online.

Thanks much,
Carla and Wade
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Re: Do Customs and Immigration close in Ensenada during Christmas week?

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Hello All,

We're in San Diego, about ready to head south. We are a bit delayed, and now it looks like we'll arrive Ensenada this Monday, December 23.

Does anyone know if we will be able to clear into Mexico that close to Christmas? I've been unable to find any information online.

Thanks much,
Carla and Wade
YES....
They also close on weekends.
BUT you can come in when they care closed and then just do your official check-in paperwork the first day they open. The Marina's there will help you figure all this out....so there is really nothing to worry about. People arrive on the weekends all the time and then wait until Monday to check-in.
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Re: Do Customs and Immigration close in Ensenada during Christmas week?

Thanks, Rich,

I'm so used to government offices here in the US closing for the entirety of Christmas week, it seemed a good chance that Mexico might observe the same traditions,
Cheers, Carla
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