Tourist guide to Mazatlan

Tourist guide to Mazatlan

Mazatlán is a Mexican city in Sinaloa. Equipped with a shoreline surrounded with beautiful islands, this city is known as the "Pearl of the Pacific". Usually when you plan a vacation, you must make a decision between sun and beach or culture and history. Mazatlan offers both. In the Golden Zone, an area developed in the 1960s, you will find most of the major hotels, shops, bars and restaurants scattered along the idyllic beaches, in the Old Mazatlan or the Historico Centro (Historic Cent... [ read more ]

Traveling to Mexico for a weight loss surgery

Traveling to Mexico for a weight loss surgery

Medical travel is becoming a more and more fashionable option for a surgery with every day that passes. Many Americans choose Mexico instead of the United States when comes to a medical treatment that is not covered by their health insurance. Today we will present you the case of Annette Troupe, a 57 year old American citizen, who decided to have a weight loss surgery in Mexico. We also summerize the opinion of Dr. Paul Kemmeter, the medical director of bariatric surgery at Mercy Health S... [ read more ]

Things you should know before a surgery in Mexico

Things you should know before a surgery in Mexico

Medical tourism in Mexico is increasing year after year and slowly becomes a usual option in the life of the American citizens. They opt for many kind of surgeries and treatments because of the lower prices and an increasing quality of the services. There are some really high quality hospitals that meet any demand. You might not be expected, but Mexican doctors sometimes have more experience in some domains and many medical procedures than their colleagues in the United States. This is ma... [ read more ]

Medical tourism in Mexico, a new option for a surgery

Medical tourism in Mexico, a new option for a surgery

Many Americans choose to make medical treatments outside the borders of the United States. Medical tourism includes many things from a relaxing spa treatment to a severe joint replacement. Many countries are trying to attract patients with money and they are doing necessary investments for this. According to some investigations, five years ago were approximately 750 000 Americans in a year that left the country for medical treatments and they estimated that until the end of this year thei... [ read more ]

3 things you should know before visiting Manzanillo

3 things you should know before visiting Manzanillo

Manzanillo has a pleasant weather all year round, the city with an average of 350 days of sunshine per year. From the immediate vicinity of the town, the Sierra Madre Mountains help maintain a cooler temperature than have the most known destinations located on the Pacific coast. The best time to visit Manzanillo is during the winter months, from November to April. The rainy summer season lasts from June to October, when the afternoon storms turn the entire region in lush shades of green. ... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Manzanillo

Tourist guide to Manzanillo

Many destinations in Mexico can offer visitors a spectacular amount of countless beauties and Manzanillo is one of them. This colorful harbor bathed by the Pacific Ocean, with beautiful bays and a unique sunset is the perfect environment for the most demanding golfers. Not only Manzanillo is located in a spectacular area for this sport, but also has a suitable climate for it. Manzanillo has become one of the most important tourist resorts of the country, its excellent hotels and restauran... [ read more ]

5 things you should know before visiting Guaymas

5 things you should know before visiting Guaymas

Spring and summer are quite warm seasons in Guaymas, the favorite activities in these seasons include fishing, kayak sailing and snorkeling at Pedro Nolasco, an island near the shore of the Guaymas port. During September, October and November the rainfall is increased, but all visitors can attend the Calaca Festival at the 1st of November. The winter season starts in December and ends in February. This is a very cold season, and the minimum temperature reaches 18 °C. The Guaymas Carnival... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Guaymas

Tourist guide to Guaymas

Guaymas is the most important port in the Sonora State of Mexico. In the year 1701 the missionaries Eusebio Kino Francisco and Juan María de Salvatierra founded the Mission of San Jose, at a few miles from where the city lies today. If you plan to visit the city of Guaymas you might do that by plane. The General José María Yáñez International Airport is an international airport located in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. The airport provides national and international air traffic for the cit... [ read more ]