Posted March 20, 2018 by & filed under Holidays.

Jesus Statue Rosarito

Easter is perhaps the most important day of the year for Christians all over the world. In Mexico, nearly the entire population is Christian, with 83 percent identifying as Roman Catholic and another 10 percent identifying as another Christian denomination. As a result, there is a rich culture of Easter traditions and celebrations. Easter, or… Read more »

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 RevoluciĆ³n to… Read more »

Posted February 27, 2018 by & filed under Activities, Camping.

Tent on beach

Doesn’t it sound great to go camping under the stars in Mexico? Maybe you just want to save money on lodging or maybe you’ve always dreamed of pitching a tent on a white sandy beach. Whether you’re trying to meet your budget or just an adventurous traveler, camping out in Mexico is a must and… Read more »