Learn everything you need to know about traveling to Baja, Mexico in an RV!
Here are key things to know, do and buy before crossing the Mexico border in your RV.
RVing in Baja requires some special gear, including drinking water jugs, an extra gas can and a 15-amp power adapter.
RV campers must also acquire documentation before crossing the border, including passports, an FMM tourist card and Mexican car insurance.
Camping Mexico's Baja is a must have book for RVers. It provides detailed routes and campground reviews.
Follow these tips and tricks to make the most of your RV road trip in Baja, Mexico!
Plan short travel days and drive slow! Most Baja highways are only two lanes with no shoulder. Use your left turn signal to let others behind you know it is safe to pass.
Baja has a range of camping options, but all RVers should stop at Bahía Concepción, easy access beach camping with the best views!
Pets can also join you in Baja, just bring their records and rabies certificate. Also bring food from the U.S. which may be hard to find in Mexico.