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Cancun Eases Restrictions As Spring Break Approaches

The Governor of Quintana Roo has announced an easing of restrictions for Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and Tulum as the Mexican Caribbean prepares for an influx of travelers for spring break. State governor Carlos Joaquin announced that the state epidemiological light will change from orange to yellow which allows for more occupancy at hotels, restaurants …

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Why Americans Are Still Flocking To Mexico For Vacation

It’s fair to say that the global pandemic has been nothing short of merciless to the global travel industry, crippling tourism businesses, airline carriers, and national economies. With setbacks thrown in every direction, one thing remains strong: the persistence for travel. The aforementioned statement is exemplified in the TSA’s checkpoint screening data, a witness to …

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U.S. Issues New Health Alert For Travelers Headed to Mexico

The U.S. State Department issued a new health alert on February 19 for Americans traveling to Mexico. While over the last year most alerts have come in the form of warnings regarding the growing Covid-19 crisis, this announcement came as welcome news for those headed to Mexico. The alert was issued by the U.S. Embassy …

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Cruising Could Return Soon Departing From Mexico

The Mayor of Cozumel is reaching out to European Cruise companies to bring their ships to the Mexican Island.  While the United States cruise industry sits at a standstill, Cozumel is looking to establish itself as a home port for European cruise lines to help fill the void. Mexico is no stranger to tourism during …

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Can Americans Travel To Mexico?

Mexico is by far American’s favorite holiday destination with over 30 million visitors per year. 2020 is going to be a much different story as the COVID-19 pandemic decimated the travel industry back in March. Mexico has reopened for tourism but there are still some restrictions in place including mandatory mask wearing in most tourist …

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Mexico: COVID-19 Entry Requirements For Travelers

Mexico has quickly become one of the most popular travel destinations during the pandemic due to having some of the easiest COVID-19 entry requirements in the world.  Its stunning beaches, tropical climate, vast history and vibrant culture brings in almost 50 million tourists a year making it the 7th most visited country in the world …

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97 EASY Spanish Words and Phrases for Travel

When I was 18 I took my first trip to Mexico without knowing one word in Spanish. I remember landing and immediately realizing I had made a big mistake. So many people started talking to me in Spanish and I had no way of understanding them, or even to express that I couldn’t understand them. …

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How Much Does it Cost To Live in Mazatlán as an Expat?

Many visitors get so captivated by the magic of Mazatlán that they end up staying! We have heard story after story about someone who just came here to visit friends and haven’t been home for 20 years, or someone who came for a week but now snowbirds here half the year. We get it. Mazatlán …

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30 Things To Do on a Cruise Port Day in Mazatlán

Let me be the first to say WELCOME to Mazatlán! It’s so fantastic that your cruise is going to stop here, because Mazatlán really does live up to its nickname of being the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’. Funny enough, Mazatlán is still relatively unknown to many travellers, which makes it more of an authentic and …

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Where to live in Mazatlán: The Best Areas and Neighborhoods

Mazatlán is the city that truly has it all. No matter if you are a history buff who loves architecture and cobble stone streets, or if you are beach bum who favours a condo tower with gym and pool, Mazatlán will have the ideal area for you to live in. The biggest question for newcomers …

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