Event Registration

FULL Dec 17, 2019 Magdalena Then and Now
12/17/2019 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM GMT-07:00


  • $90.00  -  BCA Members
  • $110.00  -  Non Members


Meet at Burger King
47 N Sonoita Ave
Nogales, AZ
United States of America


Located just 60 miles south of Nogales, Magdalena de Kino has been honored as a Pueblo Magico, a special designation bestowed by the Mexican federal government because of its high level of historic and cultural significance to the nation. Just far enough away from the border, this tour provides an opportunity to take in the serene provincial heart of regional Sonora. The community is the terminus of an internationally famous pilgrimage route that spans both the United States and Mexico. This day trip includes both a look back to the past and a glance at the contemporary challenges of a small Mexican city along with a visit to neighboring San Ignacio to visit one of the Jesuit black robe Eusebio Francisco Kino's first missions founded at the end of the 17th century.
CANCELLATION POLICY: TEN or more days- A full refund or re-booking for a future tour. Less than TEN days, a refund less a $25 cancellation fee OR re-booking for a future tour.(A $25.00 surcharge will apply).
We’ll meet at Burger King at 8am. One week before the tour, you’ll receive a detailed itinerary and other information you'll need for the tour.

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Waiver Statement:

Waiver of Liability – Mexico Cross Border Tour

Assumption of Risks

I/we are voluntarily participating in a Cross Border Tour offered by the Border Community Alliance with the knowledge that travel to Mexico involves risks, including, but not limited to: forces of nature, roads, vehicles or other means of conveyance, accident and illness. I/we agree to be responsible for our own welfare and to accept any and all risks for the trip.

Release of Liability

I/we realize that the willingness of the Border Community Alliance to provide Cross Border Tours is based in part on all participants signing this Assumption of Risks and Release of Liability. Therefore, we release and discharge the Border Community Alliance, its Board of Directors, staff and all persons associated therewith against any and all liability arising from our participation in this Cross Border Tour to the fullest extent permitted by law.  I/We agree that this release will be binding upon ourselves, our heirs, successors, assigns and legal representatives.



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