Maps to the Sunrise Center, near Rosarito Beach

Northern Baja California is a well known area and it’s easy to get maps of the area.  But we wanted to provide some here for convenience. These you’ll find below.

You can read more at the travel arrangements page. This will help you start to piece together your trip. There is much more detailed information there. If you want we’re happy to advise the best way to construct your travel. Just let us know.

You’ll want to come prepared for somewhere that can get warm during the day and cool at night. Check out the packing list for some suggestions on what to bring to keep you comfortable during your Ibogaine treatment. We’ve tried to include the most relevant, essential items to you.  Remember, this is not a complete list-make sure to fill in according to your personal needs.

1. Fly to San Diego (airport code SAN).

Fly from your location to San Diego, California.


2. We’ll pick you up there and get started with your ibogaine treatment.

We’re really excited you’re considering working with us. It’s always fun for us to meet new guests and spend the week together. Often we feel as though someone leaves a friend, even though it’s not a super long time we’ll be spending together. Meeting you and going through this experience together tends to create a bond and a friendship that is different. It’s real and as we’ve experienced with some of our guests, it’s lasting. We regularly talk with past guest and love it!

3 Comments on Maps to Sunrise

  • Lori Stewart says:
    June 19, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    I have long hoped for something similar to Ibogaine treatment, since 1971/72 with LSD. I retired as a pilot in 1995 and have recently moved to Puerto Vallarta. I would love to hear from you re: treatment. I believe LSD led me to a life of spirituallity within myself as one with my environment. I always thought I could stop morphine ER on my own but it doesn’t appear so. phone 562-458-1513


  • Joetta Warnick says:
    January 28, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    I want to come i need pricing please?


  • David Hawkins says:
    January 15, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    I’ve been to this area a few times. I love riding the beat up horses on the beach and the best food in the world. There is nothing like BAJA. I’d move here if my wife says okay. I will ask her after treatment.


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