Mazatlán will officially be reopening for tourism starting on July 1st, 2020, according to a press release and the Governor of Sinaloa.
The Governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel announced the reopening of the popular beach city in a press conference and the Mazatlán tourism board issued a press release to the media.
The official press release reads:
The official government website for Mazatlán stated “Chemist Benitez Torres and Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel led the presentation of the Plan for the Opening of Tourist Services in Sinaloa today, which will take place on Wednesday July 1.”
Who Can Travel To Mazatlán?
Mazatlán, Mexico is open to all countries for tourism arrivals by air only. Currently the U.S/Mexico land border is closed to non-essential travel.
Is there a quarantine period or testing required?
Tourists will not face any quarantines upon arrival in Mazatlán and Covid-19 tests will not be required.
Are there are health protocols tourists need to follow?
Tourists will be required to practice social distancing and wear masks when appropriate.
What Is Open in Mazatlán?
All tourism services will resume including:
- Yacht charters
- Shopping Malls
How Will Mazatlán Help to Protect Tourists From Covid-19?
Have flights resumed to Mazatlán?
Yes, some flights have already resumed to Mazatlán and more will be added as demand increases, and as the fall/winter charter season kicks off.
International direct flights that have already resumed/rescheduled to Mazatlán, from:
Phoenix on American Airlines – already resumed
Los Angeles on Alaska Air – already resumed
Calgary on WestJet – starting Aug 8
Vancouver on WestJet – starting Oct 30
Expected to resume, but not scheduled yet: Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Edmonton, Abbotsford
Domestic direct flights, from:
Mexico City on Aeromexico – already resumed
Tijuana on Volaris and VivaAerobus – starting July 2
La Paz on VivaAerobus – starting Aug 4
Monterrey on VivaAerobus – starting July 2
Disclaimer: Mazatlán’s reopening news can change without notice and is being updated constantly. We do our best to keep this article up to date with all the latest information, but the decision to travel is ultimately your responsibility. Contact your consulate and/or local authorities to confirm your nationality’s entry and/or any changes to travel requirements before traveling. We do not encourage or endorse traveling against government advisories.