Safety

Journey Mexico Assurance

Tourism is one of the major pillars of the Mexican economy and the safety of its visitors and foreigners living here is always Mexico’s top priority and concern. While it is no secret that Mexico has been getting some bad press, those who live here or have visited this amazing country know that much of the bad news you read is embellished. Journey Mexico´s international team prides itself on being a on-the-ground resource for the current state of affairs in Mexico.

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Originally from the United States, Zachary Rabinor and his wife, Rebecca Scotti have lived in Mexico since 2006.

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Born in Switzerland, Matteo Luthi moved to Mexico in 1993 and proudly received his Mexican Citizenship in 2009.

Originally from the United States, Community Manager Jessica Seba moved to Mexico a week after college graduation and has lived here for 3 years.

Hailing from the Midwest in the United States, Community Manager Jessica Seba moved to Mexico  in 2011.

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Born in Washington D.C. of Dominican decent, Lillian has lived in Mexico City for two years with family.

From Our Blog

While it’s no secret that Mexico has been getting some bad press throughout the years,  Journey Mexico prides itself on being a on-the-ground resource for the current state of affairs in Mexico, and you can always find the most up to date information concerning these matters in our Safety of Mexico section on our blog.

UPDATED MEXICO TRAVEL WARNING FROM U.S DEPARTMENT OF STATE

The follow states have no warning or advisories in effect, and we’ve highlighted the cities that can be found in those states.

Campeche:  Campeche City, Calakmul, Edzna

Chiapas: San Cristobal de las Casas, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Comitán, Tapachula, Palenque, Yaxchilán, Bonampak, Toniná, Sumidero Canyon, San Juan Chamula, Zinacantan

Guanajuato: Guanajuato City, Leon, San Miguel de Allende

Hidalgo: Hidalgo

Distrito Federal: Mexico City (Polanco, Santa Fe, San Angel, Coyoacan, La Condesa, Chapultepec Park, Bascilica de Guadalupe, Historic Center, Zócalo, Xochimilco, Templo Mayor, Bellas Artes)

Puebla: Puebla City, San Andres Cholula, San Pedro Cholula

Queretaro: Queretaro City, Bernal

Quintana Roo: Cancun, Riviera Maya, Tulum,  Playa del Carmen, Mayakoba, Akumal, Isla Mujeres, Puerto Aventuras, Cozumel, Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve,  Xpu-Ha

Tabasco: Villahermosa

Tlaxcala: Tlaxcala

Veracruz: Veracruz City, Tajin

Yucatan: Merida, Chichen Itza, Isla Holbox,  Ek Balam, Valladolid,  Izmal, Uxmal

Updated:2/16/2016; check travel.state.gov for the most updated information.

JOURNEY MEXICO RECOMMENDS

As with any travel, you should always exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. We encourage everyone to review the detailed information on staying safe in Mexico via the U.S State Department’s Country Specific Information for Mexico. We invite you to read a recent  interview about the current affairs of Mexico with Journey Mexico Founder and CEO, Zachary Rabinor here.

 

TESTIMONIALS

 

JOURNEY MEXICO RESOURCES

We’ve compiled a list of resources including links, reports, videos, infographs and tweets from various resources that give light to the truth about what is really happening across the border.