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the YUCATAN ON THE ROAD IN

A Comprehensive RV, Camping, Driving and Golf Guide to Mexico's Fascinating Yucatan Peninsula

 

 

 

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An interactive road map with camping, RV, golf and other points of interest

A Comprehensive RV, Camping, Driving and Golf Guide to Mexico's Fascinating Yucatan Peninsula Map

 
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The Gulf Coast of Mexico and the Yucatan

A comprehensive road log and travel guide to assist drivers in Mexico who plan on driving the East coast of Mexico and the Yucatan. Drive safely and with confidence.

 For those who want to drive safely in Mexico

"For years, our clients have asked us for updated road logs of Mexico. The On The Road Logs are updated, simple to read, easy to use, and offer the perfect solution that our clients have been asking for. As we insure over 100,000 vehicles crossing into Mexico each year, we believe that the On The Road logs provide our customers with additional peace of mind, and will allow them to have a more enjoyable Mexico travel experience. They may even prevent U-turns and collisions! By using the On The Road Logs, our clients will experience less stress and have a more relaxed driving experience, which should also help MexPro with reduced claims that in the past have resulted from customers getting lost or losing their composure" ....Jim Labelle President of Mexpro Insurance, the leading provider of Auto Insurance for USA and Canadian vehicles entering Mexico

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Information about Cancun, Mexico

Cancun Mexico hotels Cancun is one of the top vacation destinations in the world, with a great year-round warm sun, its gorgeous sandy white beaches washed by the Caribbean that are ideal for water sports. Cancun offers entertainment for all ages. In Cancun it’s easy to find excellent hotels, gourmet restaurants, and great places for shopping...more

 

 

 

 

Yucatan Golf

 

 

Information about Cozumel, Mexico

Cozumel Mexico hotels Cozumel, where the past meets the future and where the beauty of the beaches meets the mystery of the Mayan Culture. Cozumel is Mexico's largest inhabited island, located just 12 miles off the Yucatan Peninsula in the Mexican State of Quintana Roo and about a 45-mile ferry ride south of Cancun. Renowned for its dazzling white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, Cozumel is a diver's paradise.
A perfectly romantic setting, Cozumel offers water sports, restaurants, discos and luxurious beaches where one can kick back and relax. Jacques Cousteau considered the crystal clear waters around Cozumel to provide the best diving experience in the world, as they are loaded with hundreds of species of coral, tropical fish and exotic plant and animal life that can be seen to a depth of 150 feet. ...more

Information about Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Isla Mujeres Mexico hotels Isla Mujeres is a privileged place with a unique natural and cultural wealth in Mexico. Located just a few miles from the shore of Cancun, in the Quintana Roo State. This beautiful island combines the beauty of the Caribbean, the dense tropical jungle and the wonderful heritage of the Mayan civilization. It stands out as one of Mexico's natural treasures, a truly delightful paradise on earth...more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Land of the Maya

Drive the circle route around the Yucatan Peninsula - one of the most amazing spots on earth. The variety of experiences could keep you busy forever.

 

Camp in Isla Aguada a fish camp straddling lagoon and the gulf waters or simply buy your meal at the fish markets in Campeche. Amble up Highway 180 past small ancient ruins or watch the night show from the Magician in Uxmal.

 

The colonial city of Merida is worth a lifetime of exploration - the churches and cathedrals, historic city-scapes and fine restaurants and world class dining. Then visit the gulf waters nearby at Celestún or Progresso. Watch flamingoes fly overhead....

 

Then drive on to Chichén Itzá early before the busses come and explore one o the most fascinating Mayan sites. Climb to the top of the largest pyramid the "Castle", whisper secrets in the ball court and imagine the rituals at the bank of the grand cenote. Cool off after the climb at a local cenote or sacred underwater pool - swim with ancient fish - isolated and beaches.

 

Most tourists come for the warm Caribbean waters and all that comes with the sun and sand; swimming, boating, snorkeling, diving and fishing. Cancun is the hub. International airport, 1st Class hotel strip. Revelers until all hours.

 

Or experience various beach towns and communities down the Caribbean coast. While you are here you can visit the Mexican versions of theme parks; Xcaret, Xel-Ha and Trois Rivers. These parks offer various experience from pyramids to experiencing cenotes - underground rivers and pools- to swimming with the dolphins.

 

Or spend the time to do the real thing. Descend to an underground pool with stalagmites and Indian carvings. Trek through jungle or meander through a colonial city or town. Explore ancient deserted cities.

 

RV parks are available close to most of the best tourist locations. Most RV Parks have full hook ups and a number of beach-type primitive camping opportunities exist on the Caribbean coast. The roads are good and the experience is priceless.

 

On The Road In is an interactive travel guide. After your visit write us and let us know about your wonderful discoveries. Correct our prices. Share your favorite restaurants, motels, hotels, and watering holes along the way. Add a comment or two about a town you discovered.

 

Hasta luego,

Dot and Bill Bell

 

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While we have made every attempt to make this site as accurate as possible, some errors will naturally occur. Many of the phone numbers do not reflect changes in area codes. Prices change regularly usually in an upward direction. Let us know if you see a mistake and we will correct it.

MEXICO- On the Road In, the authors and publishers have done their best with providing the best information possible at the time of publication BUT they (we) do not assume any liability to any party for damages or loss caused by omissions, errors or any other cause. Remember many of the reviews and comments are objective. Take our advise BUT USE COMMON SENSE.

On The Road In has been a labor of love as well as a dream that has taken over many years to realize. We are not a large corporation - rather we are a family that has invested the time and effort to create this site. We want you to enjoy Mexico as much as we have and we hope this portal will add to your enjoyment.

 

 

 

 

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Safety tips for travel in Mexico

Sonora Only Rules

Pacific Coast Road Log

Highway Road Signs

Build Your Own Caravan

Mex Walmart Locations

Sam's Club Locations

Calendar of Mexico's Festival and Holidays

 

 

 

Golf Locations

 

                       

Want some company on your RV trip to Mexico?

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31 lb dorado Caught by Captain Frank Percival, Dorothy and Bill Bell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fishing for Dorado in Mexico

 

The Santa Rosalia Ferry on the dock at Santa Rosalia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santa Rosalia/ Guaymas Ferry

From the Baja to the Mainland

 

Los Galleria

An amazing collection of Bill Bell's Mexican Photos

 

La Pesca

A small fishing community on the Gulf Coast

 

 

 

Crunch!

A story about Peacocks! Topes! and Low Overhangs!

 

Theft!

It can come at the strangest of times when you least expect it....Blame it on the Gypsies

     

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