Mexico and its Rich Heritage and Culture – Mexico Travel Guide Mexico is the land of Ancient Pyramids, Stunning Coastline and a rather famous tipple. Mexican culture is a hugely diverse domain that encompasses vast differences in identity. The Mexican History has various influences, starting from the ancient Mayan civilization to the domineering European presence, […]
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I have been traveling to Baja for 35 years—it is likely the one place on the planet that has served up some of the best waves of my life. For the last few years Baja has been plagued with negative media and unwelcoming stories. Coyote Adventures, started by Ivan Feerman, was born out of one […]
Recently there has been a war between the various drug groups which hasn’t helped the image of Mexico—the reality is that you MUST be careful traveling through certain areas of Mexico. The Northern Baja State Police, and the Green Angels have increased patrols between TJ and Esenada and areas near the boarder crossing. Rosarito has […]
San Diego—Tijuana Border Crossing There are five things you need when driving your vehicle into Mexico for more than a few days: 1. A tourist card. 2. A passport stamp. 3. A temporary vehicle importation permit. 4. A temporary vehicle importation permit sticker to put by your rearview mirror. 5. Mexican auto insurance. Get a […]
Surfing Baja Quatros Casas,Probably the best known and crowded break in this stretch of Baja,but the reason for its popularity is a bit of a mystery.
I have been going into Baja for thirty-five years, I’ve seen most everything. I’ve also spent a few memorial day weekends down there, campgrounds packed, long lines at the border, bars spilling over. This last trip was quite a different experience—freaky. We drove down during the day, crossed without incident and made our way to […]