Planning a Road Trip through the Wine Country of Baja Mexico

Posted March 7, 2017 by & filed under Alcohol, Baja, Festivals / Events, Restaurants, Vacation, Vendimia, Wine.

South of the border, there is a whole new wine country to explore in Baja California. The Valle de Guadalupe, about two hours south of San Diego and 43 miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border, is home to over 100 wineries, as well as charming restaurants, hotels and museums. Exploring is an all-day affair. You… Read more »

How to Make Your Trip to Mexico Even More Enjoyable

Posted February 14, 2017 by & filed under Before You Go, Living in Mexico, Safety, Vacation.

Sandy Beach Rocky Point Mexico

Millions of Americans and Canadians travel to Mexico each year. With its generous peso exchange, safe toll roads, and friendly cities, it’s easy to see why. Why Mexico Remains a Great Place to Travel Mexico is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches, exciting cities, and accommodating resorts, and the country sees more than… Read more »

Protect Yourself While Vacationing with Travel Insurance for Mexico

Posted November 8, 2016 by & filed under Tips, Travel Medical Insurance, Vacation.

Person in Hospital Bed

When traveling to Mexico, make sure you have the right type of traveler’s health insurance to protect yourself and your family if you get sick or hurt. If you’re planning to travel to Mexico for a vacation or extended stay, it’s important to purchase travel health insurance. Mexico residents receive health coverage via their national… Read more »