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".
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.
Thanksgiving, which is called Acción de Gracias in Spanish, is not celebrated in Mexico (see the list of Mexican national holidays). We just had a long weekend for el Día de la Revolución on the 3rd Monday of the month, as well as the Mexican version of Black Friday: el Buen Fin. However, if you're hankering for a turkey dinner with all the trimmings, you may be able to find one. Since expats and tourists visiting during the holiday often want to celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional meal, there's a good chance there will be at least one organized in your destination of choice.
Many visitors to Mexico experience so much joy and pleasure during their stay that they wish for a way to give back to the communities that welcome them so warmly. There are many ways to do so; just the simple act of visiting these places and making purchases from local vendors helps to stimulate the economy, but if you would like to do more, one way you can do so is by bringing some items that may be of use to needy people in Mexico. It's always a good idea to leave a little extra room in your suitcase to bring back handicrafts or souvenirs you might pick up during your trip, and you can put that space to good use on your trip down by filling it up with items you can donate to disadvantaged people, particularly children. There are a few projects that will help make sure your donations get into the right hands.
Many travelers flying into Mexico have connecting flights in Mexico City. The majority of them are anxious to get on another plane to their final destination as quickly as possible, and never see more of Mexico City than the Benito Juarez International Airport and what they can glimpse out of the plane window.
In the latest Mexico Travel Newsletter (subscribe here to receive future ones direct to your inbox), I answered some questions that get asked frequently by readers. One of my readers, Carol, wrote back to me with some questions about her upcoming trip to Los Cabos.