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Spent a very enjoyable day with Dave Burlingame, the tour guide and owner of Bro-Met Tours, as he chauffeured six of us in air conditioned comfort on a historical tour of Brownsville, TX and Metamoros, Mexico. Dave was extremely knowledgeable, very personable, and had a...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour with David this past week. We didn't heed the advice of the snow-birds and took a chance on this wonderful 5-hour tour into Matamoros. It was so convenient as David came to our condo and picked us up, taking us...More
Don't always believe everything the internet reports. We felt safe the entire time we were with David Burlingame on our Bro-Mat Mexico Tour at Brownsville. David came to our condo and picked us up, taking us on the beginning of an informative history lesson of...More
David was the best tour guide! This is a MUST DO when staying in Brownsville!! David was very knowledgeable of the historical area of Brownsville, TX and Matamoros Mexico. He took us to all the great sites and shopping! Lunch at Garcia's was delicious! I...More
Don't believe everything you read on the Internet regarding Mexico. David Burlingame gave us a tour that normally only locals are afforded. He picked us up at our condo, gave us a very informative history lesson, introduced us to the historical Catedral de Nuestra Senora...More
At first we were apprehensive about touring Mexico but after hearing more about David's Bro-Mat tour we were reassured. We felt safe the whole time. He has a background as a history teacher and we were very much impressed with his knowledge of the area...More
My husband and I and our two kids (11 and 8) enjoyed a 5+ hour trip with David in a large air-conditioned van. The trip is exactly as the other reviewer stated. Being Texans, we have crossed the border in four different Texas border towns...More
While staying in Brownsville we had the opportunity to take a tour with guide and company owner David. He has lived in the area all his life and has a great knowledge of the history and customs. The tour started with a very informative and...More
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Hi, I was curious if you need a passport or birth certificate to go on the tour to Matamoros?
14 April 2017|
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Response from Jim S | Reviewed this property |
Didn't need a passport to enter Mexico, but we did need our Passports to get back into the U.S.