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Adventures in Mexico

Updated: February 2001:


"My hand started to quiver as I mused possible answers to insert in the space which asked the purpose of my visit on the Mexican Tourist Card:

a. Purchase an entire pickup load of fresh vampire bat guano.
b. Help a Humboldt County “rose” farmer obtain the best fertilizer in the world for his cash crop.
c. Earn several thousand dollars while visiting an obscure part of Mexico.... "(another odd adventure) from David "El Codo" Eidell

•Fishing Reports from Mexico OnLine

•The Environment & Eco-Tourism in Mexico

If you're interested in eco-tourism or want to know what's happening with environmental issues and conservation projects in Mexico and Latin America, is the place to look. <>, is an award winning site on Environmental and Eco-Travels in Latin America.

•Northern Mexico Campground Report

Next we visited Teacapan (about 38 km south of Escuinapa de Hildago) and stayed at Playa Las Lupitas. ... saw lots of dolphins playing in the bay and a couple came right up to shore persuing fish. Also, this is a great birding area. by Gerry and Maureen Recksiedler

•Kayaking In Baja?

I want to take a sea kayak all alone from Mulege to La Paz in about one month. I don't know what kind of kayak I should buy or where I should buy it... never mind how I'm going to get it there.... (more) from Justin Bill

•Trekking in the Copper Canyon

•Mountain Biking in Mexico?

Please tell me if this is a stupid idea: buy some mountain bikes, bring them in our car to San Diego, leave our car with friends there, ride our bikes down to Baja, and then bike and bus (and ferry) wherever we please through Mexico.... (more)

•Bicycling Mexico

Bicycling Mexico turns out to be a really entertaining travel book, whether you are interested in tackling the rigorous trip or just as an “on the road” kind of travelogue. The authors are very through in listing gear and clothes to bring, as well as what to expect in the way of traffic.... (more) Book Review

•Traveler's Guide To Mexican Camping

Nearly 250 campgrounds are listed and identified throughout Mexico and Baja California. Most listings include address and telephone number, but more importantly, all campground listings include map sketches of campground locations. Many campground listings have accompanying side-trip recommendations.... (more) Book review by David Eidell

•Birdwatching Hacienda

Workers and volunteers have been working to restore 325 acres of an old hacienda to health. Instead of compacted and eroded soil, there is an amazing variety of plants. The birds love it! They are everywhere, humming birds, orioles, hawks, sparrows ... over 300 species have been cataloged at Aztlán!.... (more) by Jim Fingar

•Rock Climbing in Zacatecas

In beautiful Zacatecas there is a school for rock climbing! A 33-foot high wall with overhang allows instructors to attach handholds in hundreds of different positions. There is an international competition in September. They can also advise climbers about natural climbing opportunities throughout Mexico.... (more) by Jim Fingar

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