Our First Quad Adventure: Rincón de Guayabitos to San Pancho

As the swirls of dust cling to your clothes, and dirt crusts your skin, the beautiful sights of the off-road experience hold you captive. Fields of pineapple, corn, various vegetables you pass, as you travel through the valleys. Then you pass through the small towns, where the children greet you with their big smiles and waves; their excitement at seeing nine quads, make you feel like you are in a parade.

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Around the corner, you arrive at a nearly deserted beach, where the waves pound in the surf, discouraging any leisurely swim. You then ascend through the Jungle, where the trees form canopies, shielding you from mid-day sun. You arrive at the town of San Francisco (aka – San Pancho), where you eat Lunch at their beautifully landscaped golf course, making a visit first to the bathroom to wash off your newly acquired brown face.

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This was our first experience at quadding in Mexico, and was it an exciting adventure. A quad (aka – ATV, Cuatro Moto in Spanish), is a very practical, economical and fun way to maneuver the roads, hills and beaches of our area. The photos provide you an idea of our day. If you look closely, you can see in the last photo, how we appeared at day’s end. I would not allow a photo of my face encrusted with dirt; guess I am just too vain.

Abrazos, Jeff y Holly Trujillo

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    Is there a place to rent these quads, and is it a guided tour? Any other info would be greatly appreciated. Barbara

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