Tips for travelers

In order to maintain the high standards of Mexican airports, the visitors tax has been reinstated. The tax is approximately $15.00 USD or $20.00 CD. This fee must be paid upon your departure. If you have booked a package through a tour operator, please be sure to ask if the departure tax or visitors tax is included.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in helping to ensure that Mexican airports continue to provide a safe and enjoyable travel experience for all visitors.

The currency in Mexico is the Peso. US Dollars are accepted everywere you may not need to bring pesos.  Buy pesos at the airport will cost a lot as they offer a very low exchange rate.

While you may exchange US dollars or Canadian dollars at your hotel reception, you are likely to get a better exchange rate at a bank or an exchange house (Casa de Cambio). US dollars are widely accepted in Cancun, Riviera Maya, Playa Del Carmen and all turistic areas of Mexico, but paying in pesos is generally  a good option sometimes particularly if you go to small towns.

By exchanging your money at a bank or exchange house, you can ensure that you are getting the most out of your hard-earned cash. Additionally, some businesses may offer discounts or other incentives for paying in pesos.

So, while it may be convenient to exchange your money at your hotel, it is worth taking the time to find a better rate. In the long run, you will be glad you did.

Vacations are a time for relaxation and indulgence, but they can also be a time for our bodies to adjust to new surroundings. Often, our eating and drinking habits are different from what we are used to at home, and the change in weather and altitude can also take a toll.

To help your body adjust to its temporary environment, it is important to take it easy on the first day of your vacation. Drink plenty of fluids, and avoid overindulging in alcohol or heavy foods. If you are prone to headaches or stomach problems, it is a good idea to bring along your usual home remedies.

If you are traveling to a beach area, be sure to use sunscreen and take breaks in the shade. The sun is often stronger than it seems, and it is easy to get sunburned if you are not careful.

By following these simple tips, you can help your body adjust to the changes of vacation and ensure that you have a healthy and enjoyable trip.

Taxis are a convenient and affordable way to get around in Mexico. However, it is important to agree on a fare with the driver before getting in the taxi. Many hotels have lists of standard fares to popular destinations, so you can be sure that you are not being overcharged.

Rental cars are also readily available throughout Mexico. As in the United States, you must be at least 25 years old and have a major credit card to rent a car. It is generally best to reserve your rental car in advance, especially during peak travel times.

Buses are a popular and economical way to get around if you are in Cancun. They are especially convenient for traveling between flea market and shopping mall. Check with the concierge at your hotel for information on fares and routes, in the hotel zone they buses run 24 hrs.

Learn a few basic phrases in Spanish. This will help you communicate with locals and get around more easily.
With a little planning and common sense, you can easily get around Mexico and enjoy all that it has to offer.

Before embarking on your Mexican adventure (or any place in the world), it is wise to take some precautionary measures to safeguard your important documents and valuables.

  1. Make copies of your passport, tickets, credit cards, and traveler's checks. Leave these copies in a safe place at home, and consider carrying one set with you in a separate location from the originals.
  2. Upon arrival at your hotel, inquire about the availability of a safe deposit box. This is the ideal place to store your passport, traveler's checks, and any other irreplaceable items.
  3. When venturing out, only carry with you the essentials. This may include a small amount of cash, a credit card or two, and a copy of your passport.
  4. Be mindful of the types of credit cards accepted in Mexico. Visa, Mastercard, and American Express are widely accepted, but Discover, Diners Club, and other cards may not be.
  5. Traveler's checks are a safe and convenient way to carry money in Mexico. They can be purchased before you leave home and are easily replaced if lost or stolen.
  6. By following these simple tips, you can help reduce the risk of losing your important documents and valuables while traveling in Mexico.

Have a safe and enjoyable trip!

Mexico's stunning beaches are a haven for sunseekers and water enthusiasts alike. However, it is important to be aware of the potential dangers before taking a dip.

Unlike many other popular tourist destinations, lifeguards are not present on most Mexican beaches. As a result, it is crucial to exercise extreme caution when swimming. Avoid swimming alone, and always keep an eye on the waves, as they can be unpredictable.

In all beach destinations, water condition flags are posted. These flags provide important information about the safety of the water. Be sure to pay attention to these flags and follow their recommendations.

If you find yourself caught in a rip current, do not panic. Rip currents are powerful channels of water that can pull swimmers away from shore. The best way to escape a rip current is to swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the current. Once you are free of the current, you can then swim back to shore.

By following these safety tips, you can help ensure a safe and enjoyable time at the beach.

Here are some additional tips for swimming safely in Mexico:

  1. Avoid swimming in areas with strong currents or waves.
  2. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid swimming in areas where there are boats or other watercraft.
  3. Do not swim if you have been drinking alcohol.
  4. If you are not a strong swimmer, stay close to shore.
  5. Wear a life jacket if you are not comfortable swimming.

By following these tips, you can help reduce the risk of accidents while swimming in Mexico

Cancun has a tropical savanna climate, with hot and humid weather year-round. The average temperature is 27°C (81°F), and the humidity is typically around 80%. The rainy season runs from May to October, but even during the dry season, there is a chance of showers. And Some Huricanes may hit, Cancun and Cabos. But do not worry. The Goverment, autorities, hotels and Companies in General are well prepared for it. Most of all the population has a wide pevention and action culture. Get in touch with us if would like to get more information about this subjet or need any kind of help we will be glad to assist.

Cabo San Lucas has a desert climate, with hot and dry summers and mild winters. The average temperature is 25°C (77°F), and the humidity is typically around 60%. The rainy season runs from July to September, but rainfall is generally light.

Cancun: Pack light and airy clothing, as well as a swimsuit, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. It is also a good idea to pack a raincoat or umbrella for the rainy season. 

Cabo San Lucas: Pack light and airy clothing, as well as a swimsuit, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. You may also want to pack a light jacket or sweater for the evenings.