Category: Tourism

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Do You Need a Visa to go to Mexico?

February 28, 2020 by

Visa Immigration line Planning a trip to Mexico? There’s lots to do to get ready, including getting: Your passport, a visa, documents for obtaining a Temporary importation permit (if not traveling in the free zone), a permission letter if your vehicle is financed, Mexico auto insurance, and the biggest obstacle, packing! You may ask, “Do you need a... Read More »

The Height of Mexico's Beauty- The Sierra Madre

January 16, 2018 by

A Peak in Mexico's Sierra Madre mountain range One of the world's largest mountain ranges, the Sierra Madre, which translates to "mother mountain" in Spanish, is a timeless symbol of Mexico's vast and diverse natural beauty. The impressive range spans all the way from the northwest part of the country to the country of Guatemala in the south, passing through several well-known cities... Read More »

A Quick Vacation in Mexico

March 21, 2017 by

A Quick Vacation in Mexico... The travel bug can bite you even if you live in picturesque California, the desert of Arizona, or call the charming open spaces of Texas home. The good news is, you don't have to travel too far to let your hair down. If you know where to go, Mexico can be perfect for a long... Read More »

Mexico Ecotourism

February 13, 2014 by

Mexico Ecotourism Mexico is considered the birthplace of ecotourism, a term meaning a strategy to preserve wilderness and the nature of a region, while creating local jobs... Read More »

Rocky Point Tourism & Visitor Assistance

May 13, 2012 by

I’ve had the pleasure of being at the helm of the TOURISM & VISITOR ASSISTANCE (TVA) in Rocky Point since its inception in 2009, when a group of business owners decided to creatively counteract negative press about Mexico in the U.S. It was and remains a simple plan, based on giving every visitor to our... Read More »