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Are you looking for the best Mexico vacation ideas or travel tips?

While checking on Mexico travel reviews, Lin and I at inside-Peru  have researched personally the sites below and recommend them as the best for finding answers to your Mexico travel plan questions.

Best Mexico Travel Sites Reviews - Mexico Travel Guides

Whether your looking for travel packages to Mexico, want to go on your own, or are thinking about moving to this varied land, these  sites are recommended by Inside-Peru as ones that can help you out.

Mexico Travel Sites Reviews from Inside-Peru include:

From cheap Mexico vacation packages to luxury hotels in the most relaxing surroundings, from adventure tours to how to deal with the local police, you'll find the info you need to make the most of your travel and vacation time in Mexico.

Take the time to browse through these sites. We have personally done that and found them to be entertaining and highly informative.

We hope the Mexico Travel reviews and tips will provide you with some nice browsing times and aid in planning your trips.

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Best Mexico Travel Sites Reviews:

1. San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico

Site Review: What's Up San Carlos.com

About: San Carlos is an attractive town about halfway down the eastern side of the Sea of Cortez.

  • Because of its location on the western coast of the Mexico mainland, San Carlos offers a range of activities for beach lovers and is especially convenient to  road travelers coming from the Western United States.

  • The site includes much useful information not only on driving to San Carlos, with maps, tips, etc; it also tells you about buses, cruise ships, and flights.

  • Nestled between the mountains and the scenic Sea of Cortez, the town of San Carlos offers great fishing as well as other water sports and a good list of entertainment spots in town.
General Site Features: I imagine that this site originally intended to be an events site about the town of San Carlos, as its name shows - "What's Up, San Carlos?"

Now, however, the site has expanded to include lots of information about other aspects of San Carlos and the surrounding area.

Here's what the site emphasizes now:

San Carlos Sonora travel guide.

Where to eat, Where to Stay, and

What to do in San Carlos, Mexico - including:

  • photos,
  • calendar of events,
  • weather,
  • travel tips,
  • hotels,
  • restaurants,
  • vacation rentals,
  • fishing and dive reports and
  • weekly newsletter.

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Our Recommendation:

Lin and I in our Mexico Travel Reviews here at Inside-Peru.com feel that you will really benefit from this site if you are looking for the right information on a place in the sun that is convenient to get to, bustling with events, and offers ocean and water sports. 

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The Best How-To Book on Moving to Mexico

Mexico Travel Reviews Thinking about moving to Mexico? This is the best book for in-depth answers to your concerns about what it costs to live in Mexico, the realities of health care, and your personal safety.

You get not only the laws and technicalities but the ways expatriates handle the bureaucracy and inconsistencies, rules often applied differently from one official to the next, one day to another.
You'll learn about all 31 states and the Federal District (Mexico City) and how to find the best part of Mexico for you; whether you've got to have a beach, you love big cities, you must have cultural activities, you want the support of a region with many other English-speaking expats, or living your dream means finding an area undiscovered by tourists.

You'll find out how to make the move--passports, visas, car permits, pet regulations, furniture shipping.

You'll see what daily life is like--the ins and outs of keeping a car, finding an inexpensive apartment, building or remodeling, hiring employees, learning Spanish, staying in touch with family, educating your kids, getting a work permit, starting a business.

Carol Schmidt and Norma Hair live in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage site and expat haven, while Rolly Brook is the only gringo in Lerdo, Durango, and the three authors share their range of personal experiences.

Hey - you'll even learn some geography, history, and cultural differences, which can be a jolt or a delight as you explore complex, contradictory, charming, and always exhilarating Mexico.  Buy their book, The Best How-To Book on Moving to Mexico.

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