Mexico Travel Warnings
travel warnings were released not to scare tourists and
citizens away from
Mexico but for them to be fully aware of the conditions and feel
enjoying their stay.
include how to avoid dangerous situation and the right people to
cases of emergencies. It
legitimate places and tourist spots to go to ensure
safety. The warning
also includes background
on what is happening in Mexico in terms or crime, violence and safety.
are a lot of people from the US and
Canada who visit Mexico as tourists, students, businessmen or as plain
citizens. So, the
Mexican government is
making a lot of effort to keep citizens safe from crime and violence.
of the Mexico travel warnings is
that US citizens should expect to
encounter some enforcements and military men as well as checkpoints
their lookout for drug-trafficking organizations (DTO).
government is in combat with the DTO’s and the
asking full cooperation from US citizens and for them to exercise
caution in visiting some places in Mexico.
to the warning from the US embassy, US
citizens should avoid the following places in Mexico: Tamaulipas, Chihuahua,
one of the Mexico travel warnings
is the violence in the US-Mexico Border,
which is still connected to DTO. US
citizens must stay away from these
firefights when they detect something is not right and report it
stay to watch the
fight because the government has warned that there may be collateral
there are US citizens being killed because of these fights.
government also gives advice in their Mexico
travel warnings release in order
to let people know which places to avoid and which ones are safe. US citizens are warned to
avoid the state of Michoacan because where the most
powerful DTO’s are.
Mexican government is advising the US citizens to practice extreme
caution, be aware of their surroundings and read up on the places of
as not to get lost and be a victim of any crime.
Mexican government does everything to make Mexico a safe and secure
spots for US citizens. That’s
should follow these Mexico travel
warnings to be safe and be able to go back home safe and well.
you're a US citizen and you feel that you are experiencing some sort of
danger, notify the Mexican law enforcements or the US
in Mexico and explain to them clearly about your situation. If needed, you should
return to the United
in Mexico in broad
daylight instead of at night especially when driving or taking a bus to
Mexico because just like with other countries, late night is the
time where crimes and violence occur.
one of the Mexico travel warnings
for US tourists is that they are encouraged to
well-known tourist spots such as the National Palace, the Guadalajara
Cathedral and others where there are a lot of people and to make sure that you're not travelling
alone. If you need to
go somewhere alone, leave an itinerary to a friend or family member,
though lone travel must really be avoided in any country.
Dress casually and don’t display
a lot of personal belongings
and valuables such as jewelries, gadgets, and money to avoid robbery
casually avoids getting
the attention of criminals.
lastly, always keep a list of emergency
contacts and your passport with you in case you get into a tight or
Some contacts such as your
friends and family members, as well as US and Mexican government
agencies are a
must for immediate contact, while your passport will serve as
who you are in case the situation already involves law enforcements.
is perfect for your Mexican dental vacation but like any other country,
personaly safety is an important matter, that's
why it's best to take into consideration these Mexico travel Warnings
to better watch out for your safety.
To really be safe, allow us to help you organize
your travel to and from Mazatlan. We ourselves have been travelling to
and from the US and Canada to run our clinic here in Mazatlan but we
have never experienced any hostilities in our 20 plus years of
travelling to Mexico.
If you need some help in organizing your travel;
please don't hesitate to drop
us a line here or talk with us via phone
or toll-free 1-800-959-2061.
For updated Mexico Travel Warnings, visit the U.S.
Department of State website.
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