Mexico RV Caravan Tours

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Slideshow of our Colonial Route

This is San Carlos, our first stop

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Another view of San Carlos

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We get personal with local wildlife. He's a much better kisser than you, dear

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But, there are limits. This one has bad breath

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We provide entertainment with many of our meals

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Excellent meals, but Scorpion stew is optional

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This is more our usual fare

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Still, some customers prefer to live dangerously

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Many meals are included

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We try to use the best restaurants in each area

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Don't expect to lose weight. You won't.

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Stop on the worlds highest road bridge? No problem

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The Mazatlan-Durango Hwy has over 120 bridges & tunnels

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This is one of the planets most spectacular drives

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We hit fiestas on most caravans. This is "Day of the Dead" in Durango

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This is St Patricks week in Melaque

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Mexico, where your dog can enjoy the swim up bar

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Not everyone is thrilled with the Mummy Museum in Guanajuato, but it's hardly dull.

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Most are fascinated by its network of underground streets, however

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We provide volcanic eruptions for excitement? Read the disclaimer. Earthquakes optional.

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We like to cosy up to the local police

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And sometimes recruit them to install a new mattress for a customer

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Local dignitaries, like the Mayor of Durango, often visit our caravans

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We see a lot of weddings, but really, a bit young?

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We caught these in Mazatlan

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The wagon master sets very  high standards

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We sometimes offer a Bass fishing alternative to Copper Canyon

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You will love Mexico's Colonial Cities

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By day or by night

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Zacatecas

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San Miguel de Allende

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A lot of Mexico is much older and we visit those places as well

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These pyramids are near Zacatecas

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We spend a few days at hot springs

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How about a campfire & the Superbowl?

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There is lots of culture to experience

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Like the dance of the old men in Michoacan

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Sometimes the roads are like this

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Sometimes like this

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OK, I confess. Some are just friggin awful

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Sometimes it's tight, but we take it slow

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It's easy on the toll roads. We try to use them when available

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We stay in contact by  CB Radio

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We use Green Angels as tail-gunners (like AAA)

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Copper Canyon is a highlight

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It is home to the Tarahumara people

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Lots of thrills like zip lines and suspension bridges (barf bags not incld)

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We are eating again. A ranch BBQ in a field

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No safety fence on the Canyon edge, but kids are a renewable resource

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And local rock formations can provide inspiration for making more

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No trip is complete without a waterfall or 2

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We try to camp where there is nice view

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It's hard to beat this vista

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The start of a boat trip on the lake at Patzcuaro

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Janitzio Island in Lake Patzcuaro

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Entertainment on board

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Traditional fishing, but the only thing they want to catch is coins

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Obviously we try to avoid hurricanes. Patricia did this

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ATVing in Melaque is optional, but fun

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Some customers fly their kids down to join in

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We do 1 or 2 river trips. 

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Our evening soirees with musicians are popular

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What's a trip to Mexico without a visit to a Tequila factory?

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We visit Herradura, the oldest one in Mexico

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Lots of unusual trees in bloom in both Fall & Spring

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Ad hoc Mezcal (it's booze) production in the hills

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Many parks we use have shark-free pools

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We camp on many beaches like this one

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This is the RV park attached to that beach

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More beach camping

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And this one in Melaque

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Well, I guess you get the message. We like beaches

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In fact, we like all of Mexico, so will you. Join us on one of our Caravans for a once in a lifetime experience. See the real Mexico.

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