I plan to update this page as frequently as I find new pages for information
We have a roadtripper profile on here, so it makes us feel kinda famous, but the best part about this website is it is updated frequently with more and more information by current/past/future travelers to the region.
A good resource for RV parks and travel information. The information is sometimes outdated, but otherwise it’s a good resource.
O. M. friggin G. This is the best. The best best best resouce. It’s so organized, so detailed, so current (only like 18 months old). Also, there’s an ebook Don’t Go There, It’s Not Safe, You’ll Die available. BRIMMING with useful information. The book was free when I got it on Kindle, but now it’s listed at $5.85 – still worth it if you ask me.
Our home away from home. It’s like an instant tree house (but on your car). I think I want one for my Fiat when we get back home… Think we can do that Bobby?
I seriously don’t know what we would do without Victoria, Jason and Neli paving the way for us. Victoria’s posts are very detailed, and this is especially important when traveling with pets.
The first “Pan-American” Travelers we met on the trip were Richard and Ashley. They happened to be in Puerto Vallarta while we were staying in Bucerias and invited us to share in some holiday cheer.
We got to meet Sam and Erica back in Puerto Vallarta for Christmas. When we do our return trip we are going to be using some of their information for places we missed that we want to visit.
Craigslist is still useful in Mexico and Central America – especially for lodging, or if you want to sell something. There are some postings in English, but if you can read basic Spanish you can still find something if you need it.