Given the enormity of the country, there is a great variety of rock climbing in Mexico. Within mountainous, desert, rainforest and wooded ecosystems are granite, sandstone, basalt, quartzite and limestone rock formations offering bouldering, sport climbing, traditional climbing and big wall routes. El Potrero Chico is one of the most popular climbing areas in Mexico,… Read more »
This article is a continuation of an article posted last week on retirement in Mexico. This week we talk about great retirement options near the U.S. border. Rocky Point Rocky Point (also known as Puerto Peñasco) has become very popular as a travel destination and for retirement. It’s close proximity to the U.S. border and… Read more »
The Baja 1000 race from Ensenada to La Paz takes place this fall, November 19-22, 2009. Click here for more information on how to join the fun and excitement. Keep checking back for more information on the race. For more information on the history of the race, visit the Baja 1000 Wikipedia article.
We’ve all grown accustomed to having the convenience and security of our cell phones in our daily lives. However, there are certain features on many of today’s cell phones which can cause expensive data roaming costs while traveling abroad. International roaming rates may apply in Mexico and are substantially higher than U.S. & Canadian rates…. Read more »
Mark Roberts published a great article last week on healthcare for travel . I picked the top Mexico tips below, but please read the full article on The Cypress Times by clicking here. Pre-Travel to Mexico Planning Keep prescription and non-prescription medicines in their original bottles. See what coverage your health insurance plan offers for… Read more »