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    Is Mexico Safe?

Holidays Worth Traveling to Mexico For: The Day of the Dead

With Halloween coming up, there is always a rush to buy the obligatory costume of witches, wizards or any sort of popular culture icon that is in fashion at the moment. Stock up on candy and may the trick or treating begin. However, in Mexico, there has been a tradition that happens on the days

Traveling Solo in Mexico

After years of being frustrated and tired of waiting for friends’ schedules to line up or canceling at the last minute, I decided that I can’t really keep making excuses for not visiting the places I wanted to visit. So I began to travel alone. It is a daunting task for a lot of people,

Mexico: The Reasons You Should Visit

This blog talks a lot about how safe Mexico is so now it’s time to look at why you should mosey on over. There are so many fantastic reasons to visit, and this is not even limited to just the destinations. Whether you are looking for fun in the sun, something historical, something colonial or

Traveling Through Mexico: Some Cinco de Mayo Tips

Cinco de Mayo may be a popular holiday in the U.S. but contrary to a widely held misconception, it is not Mexico’s Independence Day, which is actually on September 16. Regardless of what you plan to do, celebrating is always a good thing with good company, especially in Mexico and with precautions in check. If

Safe Travel Tips for Mexico

There has been this looming fear for those who have never really traveled, especially to Mexico, about the safety of having your spring break or summer holiday in this land of good food and great drink. The unfortunate thing is that when one bad news report goes out about one area of the country, it

Spring Break 2015: Traveling to Mexico

Mexico is a popular travel spot where people from all over the world come to see for themselves the beauty of this country, especially during Spring Break. As with all countries, there is always the threat of violence and Mexico is no different. It has come under some heavy fire over the years due to

Street Smarts Trump Danger: Visiting Mexico

When I was a little kid, I remember teachers, my parents and virtually any adult around would always tell me to look both ways before crossing the street. Obviously it’s so that you don’t do a dumb thing like walk out into busy traffic or have a total disregard for life, yours or anyone else’s.

Spring Break in Mexico: Bad Press and Tips on Safe Travels

Having lived in Cancun for about eight years, I can say with hand on my heart that the idea of going to the beach has grown on me exponentially. I was originally from San Francisco, where the Pacific is about as appetizing to leisurely swim in as getting multiple paper cuts on your fingers. So

Is Playa del Carmen Safe?

Playa del Carmen is a town in the Riviera Maya area of Mexico, about 45 minutes south of the Cancun airport. It is located in the state Quintana Roo, which is in the Eastern part of Mexico.
Playa del Carmen started out as a fishing village more than 100 years ago. Its laid-back feel,

Safe Travel Tips in Mexico: Missing Canadian Goes From Missing to Found

Is Mexico safe?
Our worst vacation fear is that someone gets hurt or lost on a trip in a foreign country and traveling to Mexico is no exception. The pre-travel jitters that can include thoughts that can be as varied as ‘will I miss my flight?’ to ‘will I have some bodily harm come to