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U.S. Issues Security Warning For Puerto Vallarta

From the sandy beaches of the world-famous Riviera Maya to its picturesque Pacific Coast, Mexico has been grappling with an increase in violence lately. Although Cancun suffered the brunt of it, and in the midst of a long-awaited tourist season, it is now Puerto Vallarta that has woken up to the news the U.S. has …

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Mexico Ends Warning System For Covid And Will Treat Virus As Endemic

Once again leading the way among countries, Mexico has made the remarkable decision to officially treat Covid as endemic and end its famous color-coded warning system for Covid. Throughout the pandemic, the system had been used to categorize different Mexican states as either green, yellow or red based on pandemic trends. The darker the color …

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Cancun Looks To Remove Masks In Open Air Spaces By April

As Covid cases dwindle across Mexico, officials in the state of Quintana Roo are looking to lift the mask requirement in Cancun by April, in a move that would further ascertain the city’s return to pre-pandemic normality. Currently, tourists are required to wear face coverings in public spaces and observe a number of other guidelines …

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Mexico Named One Of The Top Destinations In The World For Remote Workers

With digital nomadism on the rise and a number of sunny getaways now embracing the new work model in 2022, travel search engine Kayak delved deeper into the matter and identified Mexico as a leading North and Central American destination for remote workers. While nomadism is only gaining traction now, largely due to the pandemic, …

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U.S. Now Requires Travelers Crossing Land Borders To Be Fully Vaccinated

U.S. Requiring Proof Of Vaccination On Land And Sea Borders Non-U.S. citizens entering the United States via land borders and seaports will need proof of full vaccination from today (January 22.)  Although the U.S. made proof of vaccination mandatory for most travelers in November 2021, unless they had a medical exemption or traveled from a …

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Canada Will Allow Cruise Ships As of November

If you’re a cruise fanatic, you’ll love the news that Canada will lift its ban on cruises in November. That’s months earlier than the country initially planned.  The Canadian government has decided to allow cruise ships to operate within the country from November 1st. However, earlier this year, Canada banned cruises until February 2022 at …

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Here’s Where Americans Can Travel Visa Free

American’s traveling the world with their USA passports are a lucky bunch because they are able to visit 184 countries VISA FREE! What does that mean? In most cases it means that Americans can simply get on the plane and enjoy their trip without having to pay large fees or pre-file various government documents and …

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