The term “snowbirds” stands for those who travel south during the winter, following the sunshine and leaving the cold behind. Are you one of these people that love the sun and hate the cold? If so, think about taking your diesel pusher down to Mexico for a vacation or for a long-term adventure.
The country of Mexico is one of the top destinations for a diesel pusher vacation and getaway. There are several people who choose to live in their diesel pusher year round south of the border. Your diesel pusher can be your route to southern travel, too. Begin by looking online at RV diesel pusher campgrounds located throughout Mexico.
Is it safe to live full- or part-time in your diesel pusher in Mexico?
There have been negative portrayals of living in Mexico in movies or on the news, but you should know that there are safe places to live in a diesel pusher. As you know, every city has its fair share of crime. It becomes your responsibility to choose a safe place to live and park your diesel pusher with your family. There are places where crime and danger is limited.
It is smart to avoid high crime rate areas or those with bad reputations. Keep your diesel pusher away from such locations by researching beforehand on where you want to travel to. Ask other RV families that have travelled to or live in Mexico for their recommendations…both positive and negative.
What are the reasons for choosing Mexico?
The country of Mexico is a place that people from all over the world fall in love with. It has its own culture, food, and history that many find attractive. There are activities to spend your time doing, such as hiking and white water rafting. There is also great shopping and entertainment. If you are a beach person, there is that, as well.
By researching online, you will be able to have conversations or read blogs that have been posted by others who live or have lived in an RV in Mexico. One person has been living and boondocking in Mexico for over 20 years in her RV. You can find inside opinions and recommendations on routes to take, monuments to visit, and more. Another great reason that people select Mexico for their travel destination is because the cost of living is lower than that of the United States.
It is important that you plan your trip and route ahead of time, meaning before you get on the road and head south. You need special papers to get in and out of the United States, such as a passport, so make sure you have all of the required documents. Plan ahead and have a fantastic adventure!