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Welcome to Vagabundos Mainland Caravans for 2019. If any of these interest you, please register using the "book now" link above.
We have 1 Yucatan caravan scheduled. It departs from Mission, Texas on Jan 4th,Texas and crosess back at Nogales, Az on April 2nd (Possible Laredo option). O These will be oriented towards Archaeological sites, both in the Yucatan and around Mexico City. You can view latest prices HERE. They are subject to change, but you are guaranteed the lowest price after you pay a deposit. There will be plenty of beach time on each trip and we will also visit the Chiapas highlands and Mexico City. These trips are very popular so book early. Please note there is more dry camping on this route and it may not be suitable for larger rigs, check with paul at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not sure.
This trip leaves Nogales on Jan 22nd, 2019 and travels down the west coast as far as Teacapan, which is 100 mile south of Mazatlan. It inlcudes train & hotels in Copper Canyon and also an overnight bus trip, with hotel, to Durango over the spectacular new Mazatlan-Durango Highway. There is over a week of beach time. There will likely be some stayover options to join the Spring Yucatan group coming through near the end of March. If we get a minimum of 4 rigs, we are running a 3 week trip in November, 2018.
This season we are running 2 specialty (possibly 3) caravans. One is for the Airstream club that is scheduled to run Jan 11th to March 9th. Nogales to Nogales. This will be a Colonial City/ west coast trip including Mexcio City.
The second trip is for the LGBT community. It is scheduled Jan 8th Nogales to Nogales and will also be a Colonial City/ West coast trip. it will be led by Gay Wagon Masters and still has space available.
We are considering another 21 day trip to Copper Canyon for the LGBT community in early March if we get a minimum of 6 rigs.
We have been serving RVers in Mexico for over 20 years. Your extra costs include vehicle permits, fuel, auto insurance & road tolls. We also run stand alone bus tours in Mexico.
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Everyone needs Mexican insurance. Vagabundos sells insurance to its members at good rates. See http://www.vagabundos.com/mexinsur.htm
Our customers safety is our first consideration. We utilize toll highways as much as possible. Your chance of having an accident is far reduced. Our tours are usually escorted by the Green Angels, the Mexican equivalent of AAA. They are excellent mechanics and are in radio contact with the police and Mexico city. They do not charge for labor, only parts. Certain tours with only a few rigs may not have Green Angel escorts, but they can be summoned in case of problems. You will be pre-notified if this is the case.