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Camping in Baja

Camping in Rosarito Mexico

Only 30 minutes south of Tijuana is the seaside destination of Rosarito, Mexico. Located in the northern Baja peninsula, this town is known for epic surf breaks and for being a convenient getaway that doesn’t require long drives farther down the peninsula. Visitors will find resorts, a vibrant nightlife and […]

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Camping in Baja

Camping in Baja – The Complete Guide

Camping in Mexico? Seriously! That’s what I thought many years ago when I first drove across the border into Baja. I quickly realized that the Baja Peninsula is the perfect camping destination. I’ve since camped all over Mexico and there are tons of amazing spaces and places to pitch a […]

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Camping in Baja

Camping in Ensenada – Baja, Mexico

You might be surprised by the opportunities for camping in Ensenada. The city is full of RV parks and campgrounds with spaces or tents, campervans, RVs and basic car camping setups. Many of these places also operate vacation rentals to offer different lodging options for groups and individuals. I remember […]

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Mexico Insurance

Mexican Auto Insurance – McAllen, TX

McAllen is a busy border region with commuters, long trip tourists and commercial vehicles moving between the USA and Mexico. It’s central to several popular border crossings including the Pharr-Reynosa Bridge and the Hidalgo International Bridge. Overall, McAllen is a very nice town and it shares a border with Reynosa […]

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Mexico Travel

Guide to the New Mexico Border

While Arizona, Texas and California garner most of the border attention, the New Mexico Border is also worth considering for a trip. It’s a shorter length at roughly 180 miles with only three border crossing locations. Although less trafficked than other states, it’s a beautiful border region with plenty to […]

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Mexico Travel

Texas Mexico Border Guide

At more than 1,250 miles long, the Texas Mexico border is far and away the longest border state in the United States. It shares multiple cities with Mexico, has a massive amount of commerce that crosses in both directions and shares a unique border culture. The Texas border is a […]

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Mexico Travel

Driving from Phoenix to Mexico Border

Phoenix is a short drive to the Mexico border and Arizona in general is a gateway to some exciting destinations in Mexico. The state has several popular border crossings, many of which are highly regarded as being safe and reasonable in terms of traffic and wait times. Overall, reaching any […]

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Mexico Travel

Driving from San Diego to Mexico

San Diego is a major jumping off point for entry from California to Mexico. It’s a laid back city that shares a coastline and similar geography to northern Baja and it offers a number of ways to reach the border. Driving from San Diego to Tijuana is far and away […]

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Baja Travel

The Complete Baja Whale Watching Guide

While the peninsula is loaded with outdoor opportunities, it’s the Baja whale watching that gets many visitors excited. I started visiting the region with a focus on the fishing and incidentally ran into whales. I can remember paddling a kayak in the Sea of Cortez when a whale surfaced and […]

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Mexico Travel

California Mexico Border: Towns, Data and Facts

Arizona and New Mexico are fairly low key when compared to the ultra-busy borders shared by Texas and California. While the Texas border is exceptionally long, The California Mexico border is geographically narrow. The bottleneck created in California has created the busiest border crossing in the entire world at San […]