Safe Travel in Mexico [Infographic]
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Is it Safe to Travel to Mexico?
Yes! Many places in Mexico are very safe, welcoming to travelers and beautiful vacation spots and sightseeing destinations. Use your common travel sense, like heeding advisories at beaches and being aware of traffic, people and your surroundings. Also, in Mexico, it’s a safer bet to drink bottled water than tap water (or ice). Don’t hire taxis on the streets, but have a resort call one for you, or take the official airport or bus station taxis to your vacation rental.
Mexico is Full of Spectacular Places to Visit
Cancun – Sip on margaritas by the picturesque beaches, tour the area’s ecological and historical sites, and head out on the town for great food and nightlife in Cancun.
Merida – Tour the Yucatan Peninsula's numerous archeological sites, and enjoy the rich culture in historic Merida.
San Cristobal de Las Casas – Colonial history and architecture abound in this urban city.
Valle de Bravo – Just outside of Mexico City, this lake town is known for outdoor recreation like hiking, kayaking, paragliding and boating, as well as for the annual butterfly migration.
Oaxaca – A foodie’s favorite with famous food markets and specialties. The pretty city of Oaxaca is a real taste of Mexico.
Riviera Nayarit – The beach resort city on the west coast, the Riviera Nayarit is architecturally diverse and perfect for a golf, beach, or water sports vacation and is a great place to tour Mexican art and culture.
Loreto – In Baja California, Loreto is a watersports haven with diving and snorkeling in the Sea of Cortez and a protected marine park.
Los Cabos – Baja’s picture-perfect beaches, Los Cabos famous for sunsets, surfing and quiet luxury.