One of our most unique destinations, Vidanta Puerto Peñasco sits on a piece of land twice the size of Manhattan island with its own private airport, the first privately built airport in Mexico. Puerto Peñasco is often called “Rocky Point” in English, and is sometimes called “Arizona’s beach” as it is the coast closest to the major cities of Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma. Guests from the US typically fly into Phoenix, AZ, then drive to the resort (a three-hour drive).Download Vidanta Puerto Peñasco map
Vidanta Puerto Peñasco Address
Km. 24 Carretera Peñasco - Caborca A2 Ejido Miramar
Puerto Peñasco, Sonora
Private Airport Information
Aeropuerto Internacional de Mar de Cortés
IATA Code: PPE
Only available for private arrivals.
CLL. Samuel Ocaña, 406
83552 Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, México
Tucson to Puerto Peñasco: 4 hours/ 215 miles
Phoenix to Puerto Peñasco: 3.5 hours/ 215 miles
Hermosillo to Puerto Peñasco: 5 hours/ 286 miles
Mexicali to Puerto Peñasco: 4 hours/ 190 miles
San Diego to Puerto Peñasco: 6 hours/360 miles
- Roadways to Puerto Peñasco vary in quality. As always, drivers should exercise caution.
- Driving across the border in this region is a simple process. In order to easily travel through the multiple check points, please make sure you have your passport on you and are prepared with the following info: the purpose of your trip, where you're going, and the length of time you'll be staying.
Shuttle from Phoenix
Provider: Head Out to Rocky Point
Call 602-971-0166 or email email@example.com
Shuttle from Phoenix or Tucson
Lloyd’s Rocky Point Shuttle
Call 1-866-568-9001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fly charter from Phoenix via Westwind Air Service. Travel time is approximately 75 minutes and seats up to nine passengers. Call 888-869-0866 or email email@example.com
To arrange transportation from the airport to the resort, please email your concierge no later than three (3) days prior to your arrival.
Transport Service Information
Transportation to Vidanta Puerto Peñasco is provided by Buffalo Rent-a-Car. When you get through customs at the airport, look for a driver wearing black pants and a white shirt, carrying a sign for your resort hotel.
Things to Know
Passports are required for anyone traveling to Mexico, including children.
When you pass through Immigration, the officer will give you a portion of your immigration form. Please keep this in a safe place — we recommend inside your passport — since you will need this upon departure from Mexico.
We take great care to create safe, healthy environments for our members. We provide purified water and bottled water in all rooms and we use purified water in all of our restaurants.
Consulate in Puerto Peñasco
(An extension of the Consulate in Hermosillo)
Hotel Playa Mazatlán, Playa Gaviotas No. 202, Zona Dorada
Mazatlán, Sinaloa C.P. 82110
Phone & Fax: (52)(669)916-5889