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Mexico Travel Guide | Essential Travel Tips

An ancient temple in Mexico
Mexico is a home to many picturesque tourist attractions. Plan a tour now!

Feel like wanting a trip for a change of scenery? You’re in for wonderful surprises that await avid travelers! There is no person too old or too young to explore the world. If it’s the expenses you are most worried about, fret not. There are various budget-friendly traveling options if you just know where to look at. One of the most affordable places to visit is in Mexico. So don’t hesitate to put Mexico in your bucket list!

Though Mexico is one of the hottest destinations, anyone who has visited the country will surely contend that it has the perfect weather all year round. Especially around the beginning of fall, temperatures are cool and all the vegetations are in its lushest and most vibrant state. Add to this the fact that Mexico is one of the most affordable international vacations you can take. There are plenty of travel packages available to make the overall trip more affordable for you.

Made up your mind? Perhaps, it’s the safety you’re thinking of. The image of the country being a dangerous one with drug cartels on every corner is far from the truth. The government places top priority on tourists’ safety so your travel to Mexico is assured. For more safety tips for traveling to Mexico, we have prepared a Mexico travel guide for you:

  • Choose your destinations carefully.
  • There is an issue of travel warning for certain locales. Avoid these places and head onto safer areas instead. Areas such as the Riviera Maya south of Cancun, as well as inland cities popular with Americans—including San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, and San Cristóbal de las Casas—are considered low risk. If you’re a trepidatious traveler, consider an all-inclusive resort or cruise.

  • Monitor what you eat and drink.
  • Of course, you will not want your vacation largely spent in the bathroom. So better be careful and drink only bottled water with an unbroken seal. You should also avoid salads or raw vegetables as they may not be properly washed. Wash your hands often or pack some hand sanitizer.

  • Bring more cash more than you think you’ll need.
  • In case you will require medical attention, you will have some money to spare as doctors and hospitals usually demand payment in cash in pesos or dollars.

  • Don’t leave your valuables unattended.
  • One good rule of thumb in every Mexico travel guide is that no matter where you go, don’t leave your valuables anywhere, even in your hotel room. If you have to, stash them, especially your passport, in your hotel’s safe.

  • Don’t let tequila drown your judgment.
  • As always, keep your wits about you. Don’t easily trust strangers, especially when you’re influenced with alcohol. Good thing is that, generally, Mexicans are very friendly and helpful to foreigners.

    With this Mexico travel guide, we hope you keep safe and enjoy each day of your stay. Don’t let fear stop you from exploring places and knowing people, especially the endlessly fascinating Mexican women in the country.

Places to Visit

Mexico hides a lot of island escapes, thriving restaurant and shopping scenes, colonial towns, and cosmopolitan capital city. If you’re still undecided, here are some places to add to your Mexico travel itinerary. Let this Mexico travel guide lead you to the right spot.

  • Beach out
  • Most of the tourists are torn between wanting to lounge on the beach and those wanting to explore the cosmopolitan capital, cities, and colonial towns. Mexico’s beaches have the world-class conditions. From the waters around Baja California where you can whale watch to the crystalline seas of Cancun and pristine white beaches of Tulum. To those who love surfing, Oaxaca and the southern coastline have the perfect conditions you are looking for.

  • Breathtaking cenotes
  • Cenotes are natural pools made when a cave ceiling has collapsed, exposing the groundwater underneath. The word cenote comes from the Mayan word dzonot, which means "well." It has been a significant part of the Ancient Maya rituals as cenotes were considered passages to the underworld. It’s not surprising how they’re still held in awe. There are more than 7000 cenotes in Mexico. Some of the best include Cenote Dos Ojos in Tulum, Cenote Choo-Ha in Cobá, Cenote Zací and Suytun in Valladolid, El Zacatón in Tamaulipas, and more. They’re surely worth adding to your travel itinerary.

  • Colonial towns and historical sites
  • Mexico retains a great number of well-preserved colonial buildings and has a vibrant cultural scene, with something going on almost every night. Who hasn’t heard about Chichén Itzá, one of the new seven wonders of the world? It is one of the most famous and best-preserved Maya sites in Mexico with over 1.2 million visitors every year. You can also head on to Mérida, Guadalajara, Mazatlán, Izamal, and other cities!

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