Gabriel Romero Chagoya
Gabriel is the owner of Caravanas de Mexico. He is a licensed tour guide and speaks several languages fluently (English, Spanish, French & Italian). Gabriel has worked for several Caravan companies based in several countries over the years. He has been university educated in Archaeology , Anthropology & Tourism and has also been an adult education teacher. Gabriel personally leads many of our tours, both ones associated with caravans and also stand alone bus tours of Copper Canyon and Colonial city routes.
Gabriel has been providing services for RVers and other RV Caravan companies (mainly Quebec based) for many years and is well known and respected in the industry. Gabriel has written articles on RVing in Mexico for Canadian Magazines. He lives in Xochicalco, Morelos part of the time, but spends most of the season on the road, guiding tours and dropping in on caravans.
Reach him at email, or through the contact form on this site..
Vagabundos del Mar is a non-profit RV & Boat club based in Rio Vista, California. They have been around since 1966, concentrating mainly on Baja California. Vagabundos & Caravanas de Mexico have now partnered up to run RV caravans through Mainland Mexico. Caravanas provides all the tours, logistics, and arranges the RV park stops for these Vagabundo del Mar Caravans. All participants have to join Vagabundos, but we pay the membership fee.
Caravanas de Mexico is a registered Mexican tour company, catering to Americans & Canadians in both English & French, and to Mexicans in Spanish. We have been providing support service for other caravan companies for about 25 years. We also run bus tours and provide guide services for other companies and that is still our main business, but it melds well with RV Caravans. We have been running our own caravans now for 5 years in English, and for 2 years in both English & French. We specialize in Mexico, and only Mexico. Certification document
We maintain an extensive network of bilingual tour guides, many of which have worked for us for many years. The often travel with the caravan for segments of the trip.