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Note: If you have previously filled out the form you can go direct to the deposit page HERE

Sign Up Form for all Caravans Note: As of Jan 7, 2017, we still have room on our Feb 12th Copper Canyon trip.

For Copper Canyon trips, go here

We are now taking bookings for Fall & Spring 2019 as well

Yucatan 2018 The 2 inital trips in January 2028 are now full as of Dec 25th, 2016. However we are opening a 3rd (slightly altered route). Also, there are one or 2 who will likely have to drop out, there always are, so we can wait list you if you prefer the intial route. Pay the deposit, if we cannot accomodate you, we will refund it or push it to 2019 if you prefer and guarantee 2018 prices. There is lots of room still on our Oct 2017 Yucatan trip. That one has a down in Fall, back in Spring option.

 

After you fill out this form , you will be directed to a page to pay a deposit. (you may ignore it, if you are selecting a season past 2019) If you have any questions before committing, please phone Paul at 1-755-327-7555 or email him via our contact form. No deposits are required for trips beyond Spring 2019, the form is just an expression of interest for those (Select future trip in deposit field).

Book now to secure your space. Select the Season/Caravan that interests you. Please note that deposits are non refundable (Unless we cancel) but may be applied to another trip in the same season or the following one. See our terms page.

Note the extra question for Yucatan trips. This has to do with our planning around driving restrictions near Mexico City. You may also be asked to obtain a free one week pass for your rig to avoid those restrictions, if it is under 15 years old. We will show you how. Please note we need the last digit of the plate of the towing vehicle, not your trailer or 5th wheel. Note, after scouting this out, I feel this will not be an issue.

Important note about pets: Pets are welcome, but we like them to be well behaved & controlled. We realize many RVers travel with pets, and they are children to many. However, not everyone in the group may feel the same way. Taking dogs on a tour is generally not a good idea. They cannot go into Museums, Archeaological sites, Churches and many restaurants; all of which are included in tours. In cases where we use tour buses, one small dog in a carrier may be left on the bus, in some cases. We will try to arrange pet sitting with a local, or the RV Park while on tours (expect to pay 100-200 Pesos) or you may make your own arrangement, such as one of the couple staying behind. As far as service dogs are concerned, the ONLY service dog recognized in Mexico is a seeing eye dog. Please do not bring dogs that are in heat. We realize you will not want to leave your pet in a closed rig, especially when it's very hot, in case your A/C fails. In many cases, one of the Wagon Master couple will volunteer to look after pets, but you have to realize that the Wagon Masters are also ofter the tour guides or organizers and are a part of the "espirit de corps" of the group. We do arrange dog sitting for Copper Canyon and any tours involving bus & Hotel stays. There may be rare instances where you may take a dog on a tour and the Wagon Master will let you know. The key is consideration of others.

RV Parks in Mexico tend to be far more liberal with regards to dogs than in the US & Canada. This does not mean you can allow your dog to run around to the point where he bothers others and we expect you to clean up after them. You also need to keep in mind that Mexico has many critters that would find a small dog a tasty meal.

Mexico has many dogs running loose. You may want to adopt one. You do have to make sure the animal is not already owned. Mexicans seldom collar their dogs and more than one well meaning tourist has adpoted a dog that actually belongs to someone.

In Mexico City we will have a hotel stay of one night. We will arrange dog sitting, but if you cannot leave your dog, let us know before the trip and we will opt you out of that tour. Service dogs are not recognized in Mexico except for seeing-eye dogs..

 

 

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