Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans and Canadians get in the car and drive down to Mexico to vacation, visit friends and family, and to winter in the warmer climes. These journeys are the epitome of the great North American road trip, hosting rolling beaches, desert plains, mountainscapes and historic towns. If you are… Read more »
Since 1952, Baja California, also known as Baja California Norte (distinguishing it from Baja California Sur, its southern neighbor), has been Mexico’s westernmost state, and one of the country’s most beautiful. It has a rich array of geographical features: mountains, rivers, valleys, a desert and beaches galore. Are you planning to visit Baja California in… Read more »
A veces ocurren situaciones en las que no se tiene un pasaporte, pero aun así necesita cruzar la frontera de México. Aquí tenemos un consejo de una empleada de Mexpro sobre como logro cruzar la frontera.
Maybe you’re an expert scuba diver. Or, maybe you’ve only seen live fish at a pet store. Either way, Baja California is ideal for journeying under the sea. The tropical marine animals are incredibly vivid. And the scenery of the deep — the caves and coves, the cliffs and gardens — will surely take your… Read more »
Our southern neighbor boasts incredible beaches, fabulous architecture, is rich in history and great food. And, when you visit you will find friendly faces and a culture of celebration. Large festivals like Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and Fiestas de la Vendimia (the Valle de Guadalupe Wine Festival) take place throughout the… Read more »