This would involve developing a site of 63,496 square meters to include a facility and berth for cruise ship and public use, according to T21Mx.
The location is known as Muelle de Usos Múltiples No. 2.
An investment of at least 300m pesos (US$13.2m) would be required for partial rights to the facility for a 25-year term with the possibility to extend for up to 20 more years, T21Mx said. The cost to bid is 500,000 pesos ($US22,000) plus VAT.
Open until June 30
The tender is open to Mexican and foreign developers and is available until June 30.
Proposals will be opened Nov. 6, with a public evaluation to take place Nov. 9 and a decision expected Nov. 11.
The Port of Pichilingue is located 17 kilometers/10 miles from La Paz.