The port of San Felipe is a small town historically dependent on fishing and now on tourism, catering mostly to U.S. travelers and containing an international airport (small plans only).
The population of San Felipe was 16,702 at the 2010 census, and can increase by up to 5,000 due to the presence of Canadian and U.S. part-time residents (retirees and vacation homeowners), who travel to the town from the United States during the American holidays spring break and Memorial Day.
The Bay of San Felipe is 3 meters above sea level. At low tide, the water can recede as much as 2 km. San Felipe experiences one of the largest tidal bores in the world due in part to the Colorado Riverdelta to the north. The seven-meter tides expose a kilometer of ocean floor.
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This is a great article by Mexperience one of my favorite and trusted blogers regarding Mexico.
My expertise is San Felipe. The people of San Felipe are friendly and respectful to Americans and also Canadians (which they can not tell the difference between).This is because the majority of the people in San Felipe are naturally friendly and respectful to everyone.
Here is the article:
The latest visitor statistics revealed that Mexico welcomed over 35 million visitors in 2016, a 9% rise on 2015, and a new record. The country is now among the top ten most visited places in the world, offering visitors depth and diversity of leisure experiences.
When you arrive in Mexico, you will be welcomed by an Immigration and Customs procedure that provides for security whilst treating visitors and residents with dignity and respect.