If you’re looking for a palm-fringed paradise full of history and adventure, welcome to Loreto. This miniature Mexican town offers a more intimate, laid back, and intriguing experience than larger destinations. Sandwiched between the rugged Sierra de la Giganta mountain range and the Sea of Cortez, you’ll find some of the country’s most amazing wildlife… Read more »
Posts By: Roxanna Brock McDade
Roxanna Brock McDade fell in love with Mexico when her father first took her there when she was 11. She happened into her position as writer and web designer with Mexpro more than 10 years ago, where she now gets the opportunity to share her Mexico travels and experiences. As well, Roxanna has acquired a wealth of information in the Mexico insurance industry and communicates what she initially found difficult and confusing in her articles to help our customers. Roxanna has a long list of books and travel articles under her belt (written before and after she came to Mexpro). Helping others have a better travel and insurance experience is her top priority at Mexpro.
Have you ever considered going to Mexico for Valentine’s Day? Maybe you should. Valentine’s Day in Mexico is called “Dia del Amor y la Amistad,” which means the “Day of Love and Friendship.” On this day, the people of Mexico celebrate not just their romances, but also close relationships they have with friends and family…. Read more »
Spring Break is coming up in a few months, so if you’re the planner-type, now is the time to start thinking about where to go. There are many beach towns in Sonora that are popular among for Spring Breaking, like San Carlos, Puerto Lobos, Kino Bay and Puerto Libertad. Yet, a large majority of folks… Read more »
When you enter Mexico for a visit, vacation or extended stay, you should have your sunscreen, your camera and your auto insurance documentation. Why the auto insurance? Because the nation has a relatively new law on the books. Beginning January 1, 2019, all vehicles on its federal highways must be properly insured, and the penalties… Read more »
The consequences of driving in Mexico without insurance, especially if you’re in an accident, can be severe. Worst case scenario, you can be incarcerated pending an investigation into an accident. And, if you are found to be at fault, you will be held responsible for any financial costs resulting from the accident, payable immediately. You… Read more »