Expert Travel Advice to Mexico

Top Answers To Mexico Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Most people (namely, thousands of Americans and Canadians) tend to hit Los Algodones for cheap dental and health care before zipping back across the border with their shiny new teeth. Clinics aside, there's not a ton to this tiny border outpost beyond some cheap and cheerful shops and eateries. You'll find more plentiful lodging choices back in the U.S. in Yuma, AZ, which is less than ten miles from Los Algodones. More info and listings for you here: http://vacation.away.com/arizona/travel-v2-cid2645-yuma-cid400173-travel.html
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Average temps for this part of the Baja Peninsula at this time of year are apt to range from the mid-50s to mid-70s, so nice and mild. You'll (hopefully) be looking at dry, warm, and sunny weather. If you're planning any offshore excursions like whale-watching, you might want to pack a light jacket just in case, as it might get slightly chillier on the water.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    You should check out Isla Holbox on the north end of the Yucatan Peninsula. A little more chill here than the mega-resort zone from Cancun south to Riviera Maya. Good windsurfing spot, with exposure to winds blowing through the Caribbean (best September through May). Other cool activities include snorkeling with whale sharks. More info, including recommendations for places to stay from Lonely Planet guidebooks writers at: http://bit.ly/ev0kqh
  • Anonymous user answered:
    there is a chain of hotels that belong to Brises, and they look lovely. Is this it: http://www.brisashotelonline.com

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