Qué Pasa?

Information and Happenings on the Planet of Nogales

Qué Pasa?


Meaning “what’s up?” in Spanish, this page is our official news feed. Here you will find details about local places of interest, images, events and whatever other information may be of interest to those who are considering a visit to Nogales.

Featured articles include information about the dental tourism industry in Nogales, Mexico and how you can find a competent Nogales dental professional, information about Nogales pharmacies and what you need to know if you are planning a trip to Nogales to buy medications, traveler safety warnings about visiting both sides of the border in Ambos Nogales, information about places of interest to visit on both sides of the border and other general news stories and opinion of interest to the Nogales traveler.

We hope that you enjoy reading these posts, and that they provide helpful information to assist in your Nogales travel planning.

And as always, if you have a specific question, please contact us.

Thank you for visiting Planet Nogales, an independent Nogales web page!

Sunday La Roca Brunch and Driving Tour of Nogales, Mexico

Brunch, Music and a Sunday Drive in Mexico March 3, 2017   Have you ever wondered what Nogales looks like, beyond the dentists offices, pharmacies and curio shops? You will get the chance on Sunday, March 12. Ambos Tours of Arizona has organized a four-hour trip...

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Report of No More “Senior Line” at Nogales Border

February 4, 2017 UPDATE: Shortly after publishing this, we received reports that once again there are two lines at the turnstiles to enter the DeConcini Border Crossing; seniors to the right and everyone else to the left. After having previously reported that senior...

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Guns and Ammo on the Nogales International Border

2017 starts with three gun-running busts in Nogales, Arizona January 22, 2017 Three arrests in early January indicate that the flow of Illegal weapons and ammunition into Mexico continues into the new year through the Nogales international border. The Arizona Daily...

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