Rocky Point Mexico is Puerto Peñasco. Welcome to Rocky Point Mexico (Puerto Peñasco) Check in to your vacation rental and let's go to the party: We will go fishing, jet skiing, sailing, shopping, sun bathing, Four wheel sand driving, shoot off some Fire works, and just plain forget it all !!
Now presenting good times on tap in Rocky Point Mexico. With a quick trip across the border you are on your way to Arizona's favorite play spot , Puerto Peñasco Mexico, or for those "Gringos" in the crowd, Rocky Point Mexico. So leave the pistol and grab your passport, and lets travel to an easy breasy vactions spot! Puerto Penasco is "Arizona's Beach".
Specific destinations bring to mind different colors. A trip to a Colorado mountain town during snow season may envision bright, eye squinting whites, steel mountain grey and deep clear blue or a trek to a jungle in Belize, might conjure up dark greens, light greens and warm humid browns.
The state of Jalisco has so much to offer, from the cosmopolitan city of Guadalajara, to small towns and rugged mountains and gorgeous coastline and the popular beach destination of Puerto Vallarta, there is a huge range of attractions. This is the birthplace of mariachi music and tequila. It's also the state where you'll find ex-pat havens Lake Chapala and Ajijic. Learn about the varied cultural and regional attractions you can find in Jalisco in our Jalisco Travel Guide.
In my opinion, there's no bad time to visit Mexico, as each season has something to offer. There are a few things you'll probably want to take into account when planning the timing of your trip, however. If there are any special festivals or events you would like to attend, by all means you should plan your trip accordingly. You'll also want to keep in mind that certain times of the year can be crowded at popular destinations, and you'll also want to have an idea of what the weather will be like during the time of your visit. Check out our Mexico Month-by-Month calendar to have a look at what's happening each month of the year.
Throughout most of the country the weather in April is hot and dry, and Holy Week falls during this month, so many Mexicans head to the beach at this time. During Holy Week (officially the week leading up to Easter, but the following week is also a holiday for many) millions of Mexicans take a family vacation, so beaches and tourist attractions are crowded. Make hotel and travel reservations well ahead of time if you'll be in Mexico during the Easter break. Check our monthly listing of festivals and events for April to find out what special goings-on you can expect this month.
Puerto Vallarta offers many delights for visitors. You can stroll the Malecon (the seafront boardwalk), visit galleries and museums, enjoy excellent cuisine, or even take part in adventurous activities like zip-lining or fly-boarding. But one activity that everyone seems to enjoy is watching the sunset. The Bahía de Banderas seems to be perfectly designed as a backdrop to this nightly show that nature puts on for us. In our daily lives we may not have the time or the best spot to enjoy a sunset, but while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta, it seems like everyone slows down, whether over a drink, or just a leisurely stroll somewhere where you can look out on the water to watch as the sun sinks down below the horizon and the sky changes color. Here are a few great spots to watch the sun set in Puerto Vallarta.
One of my favorite things about Mexico is the weather - mind you, prior to moving here I lived in Montreal, and it wasn't too hard to improve on that weather. However, a lot of people think that the weather throughout Mexico is hot all the time. In reality the climate varies a great deal throughout the country, and altitude is often more important than latitude in determining temperatures. So, instead of just packing shorts and your bathing suit, have a look at this guide to the weather in Mexico and find out what the weather is going to be like before you go (so you can pack your woolly pajamas if necessary).
In Guadalajara you'll find a wonderful blend of the old and the new. The city was founded in 1542 and has many historical buildings, but it underwent a major modernization project in the late 1940s and early 1950s which changed the face of the city. In the city center you can appreciate interesting architecture, lovely plazas and green spaces, and stores and markets. One of the most impressive buildings is the Hospicio Cabañas (now the Cabañas Cultural Institute), which is a World Heritage Site. Besides its elegant and functional architecture, this building also contains over fifty murals by Jose Clemente Orozco.
Domestic and foreign analysts have warned that since the arrest of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman a war is about to break out between different cartels trying to claim the the territory occupied by the Sinaloa Cartel.