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Guide to Fishing in Mexico
What you’ll find in this guide to create an epic road trip
Helpful Links: We’ve already googled it; we have all the important travel links ready for you.
Local Vibe: Info on the nearby cities and towns.
User-friendly design for the road tripper*: It travels, as you most likely will, from north to south
*It is worth mentioning here that there are a ton more great surfing spots all along the coast—too many to count and many without names. Our advice specifically caters to the popular spots that work well on a road trip. We encourage exploring and would love to hear about your off-the-beaten path discoveries.
What you’ll find in this guide for surfing
The Waves: Intensity, predictability, and other important factors to look out for.
How to Get There: Old school directions on exactly where to find your perfect break.
Localism: This struggle is real in the surf world. We want to do our best to let you know what kind of crowd to expect.
Photo Ops: These are places that are just plain cool to see. We prefer to just take it in, but if selfies are your thing, go for it.
“Do you want to go to Mexico?” That is a question that will conjure up different thoughts. Adventure. Romance. Culture. Mexico is all that. The idea of traveling throughout Mexico, visiting the beaches, mountains, and deserts bring thousands of Americans to the country every year. If you are thinking about making the trip, here is […]
Scuba diving is one of the most sought out experiences for tourists in Mexico. Mexico scuba diving is renowned just because it is fun, warm and the gulf allows for great views and underwater adventures. Mexico scuba diving is so rewarding because it brings the water to the person. It sort of combines sailing with fishing and […]
Of all the RV Parks in Mexico, the Cancun Corridor is Mexico’s most-visited area. The state of Yucatan is Mexico’s newest, most popular ex-pat hub.
Do yourself a favor and look beyond Jalisco for that perfect beach. Much beauty and majesty await you in Michoacán and Guerrero. Surfers already know of these secret places. Now it’s your turn.
This Mexico RV Guide – Coastal Jalisco and Nayarit article include 5 unique maps to help you find each one! Look, Mexico’s Pacific coast is fertile grounds for the cultivation of RV parks in Mexico.
Once you leave Nayarit state heading south, the scenery and your choices of RV parks become more varied. Most everyone knows the beach towns around Vallarta. But for variety, check out some parks in the central part of Jalisco.
Driving your RV to Nayarit you’ll want to know which RV Parks to expect and how to get to them. Heading south of the state of Sinaloa, the scenery begins its transition to semi-tropical.
There are more full-service RV parks in the middle Pacific Coast than anywhere else. The middle comprises Sinaloa state.
Whether you’re RVing Baja California Sur for a couple of weeks or an entire season, you can’t go wrong with Baja Sur. The RV sites Map and Recommendations
Why RV in Sonora? Neatly sandwiched between the stunning Sea of Cortez and its crystal white beaches and Arizona, Sonora, Mexico is the second-largest state in Mexico and a tourist’s dream
Freedom Shores is an ADA standard wheelchair-accessible 4-star hotel and RV park on Isla Aguada
The baja beach fest in Rosarito has abot 15 bands over 3 days and it’s an epic party
Here are some important things to note when you tow your boat, trailer, another car, utility trailer or ATV down to Mexico:
1. You MUST identify the towed unit when trailering in Mexico. When you add weight to the rear of your automobile it changes the operating dynamic and risk. Failure to tow behind an insured vehicle without listing …
There are so many fun activities to do in Baja that many tourists overlook whale watching.