Tourists from anywhere in the world can visit Mexico now without going into mandatory quarantine or having to take any COVID diagnostic test. However, land border crossing with the US, Guatemala and Belize remains closed until further notice. However, air travel is allowed.Jul 23, 2021
A negative COVID-19 test is not required for entry to Mexico. Effective January 26, 2021, a negative COVID-19 test , taken within the 3 calendar days prior to flight departure, or documentation of recovery from a COVID-19 infection within the last 90 days, is required for air passengers entering the United States.
10 Things You Definitely Should Not Do in Cancún Don’t JUST Stay in the Hotel Zone. Don’t Lose Your Resort Bracelet. Don’t Only Stay in Cancún. Don’t Eat at Señor Frog’s. Don’t Go at Spring Break. Don’t Visit in the Summer. Don’t Rent a Car. Don’t Skip the Street Food. Jan 23, 2020
10 A Week’s Average Pay In Mexico First, it’s worth noting that at current exchange rates, your $100 will equal upwards of 2,395 pesos in Mexico. That could amount to about a week’s worth of wages for a Mexican national, depending on their industry and skill level.May 19, 2020
Yes. “The Mexican airlines that have been given permission to fly to the U.S. meet FAA’s safety standards,” says Harteveldt. On the whole, the aviation industry still regards Mexico’s airlines as safe. “We believe Aeromexico is incredibly safe,” Glen Hauenstein, Delta’s president, said at a conference on Tuesday.May 27, 2021
Zona Hotelera Zona Hotelera (Punta Cancun) Bustling with life 24/7, Zona Hotelera is the city’s most popular tourist destination and perhaps, the best area to stay in Cancun; as such, you’ll find a ton of affordable hotels with breathtaking sea views, numerous tourist activities, family-friendly fun, and incredible nightlife!