How to Cross the Mexican Border With Children

Posted April 30, 2019 by & filed under Before You Go, Border Crossing, Children, Kids, Legal, Passport.

Kids Buried in Sand Mexico Beach

When you take children to Mexico, they’re in for a world of new experiences. The country’s cafes and street vendors will introduce them to culinary sensations: tamales, papayas, thick fruit drinks called licuados and many more. Water sports on the sea, hikes past rugged valleys and canyons, and treks through museums and mountain passes will… Read more »

Full Coverage Vs. Liability Car Insurance for Mexico

Posted April 11, 2019 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Before You Go, Driving to Mexico.

Mexican deserted roadway

If you’re driving to Mexico, you may want to envision pristine coastlines, epic Mayan ruins or lush rain forests along the way. What you shouldn’t have to do is worry about your car insurance coverage. To protect yourself financially and legally, get some answers and make some decisions before heading south. Specifically, what car insurance… Read more »

Top 10 Spring Break Destinations in Mexico

Posted March 12, 2018 by & filed under Before You Go, Tips.

Zip Lining Puerto Vallarta

During the month of March, Americans and Canadians flock south for spring break. Are you currently planning your springtime getaway? If you want to embrace the unique and hospitable culture of Mexico, you’ll definitely want to check out one of these spring break hot spots: 1. Tijuana From the bustling shopping district Avenida Revolución to… Read more »