Considering the U.S. has banned inbound travel from the European Union, thousands of EU residents have been using Mexico as a bridge to cross to the States taking advantage of the multiple commercial airlines covering different routes between Mexico and the US every day.
Although U.S. land borders will remain closed to Mexicans until at least Aug. 21, the country will continue to be widely open to all U.S. and other travelers who want to come to visit.
Mexico has relatively good universal health coverage and physicians in Mexico receive almost the same amount of training as their peers in the United States.
Before COVID times, Mexico’s healthcare system was good enough and the hospitals did not struggle with medicine shortages or lack of UCI’s. Today, things may be different since Mexico has been one of the hardest-hit countries in the world.
Just to make sure your trip is gonna be smooth and you will not have to deal with unexpected health situations without proper Insurance Coverage, we strongly recommend you to consider insurance that covers COVID.
Whether you are interested in spending your vacation at the sunny beach, trying new watersports, or just enjoying the cultural experience, Mexico has something to offer to everyone.
However, before booking your trip, you must consider reviewing the Mexican States that have made the epidemiology orange, yellow and green list. Aim for the Yellow, and Green although Orange ones can offer you plenty of fun too.
Hotspots to visit this summer in Mexico
1. Cancún and the Mayan Riviera
Blessed with sugar-white beaches and countless high end resorts, Cancún, Playa del Carmen, the island of Cozumel, and beyond compose a magnificent area along the eastern edge of the Yucatán Peninsula. It’s a must-see for international travelers.
2. Puerto Vallarta
Known as America’s social elite hotspot, Vallarta has become incredibly popular among expats looking for second homes in a sunny, warmer climate.
3. Cabo San Lucas
Featuring luxurious spas, golf courses and beautiful beaches, Cabo San Lucas is one of the luxury hotspot destinations in Mexico. This does not mean that people traveling on a budget will not enjoy it. The city offers all types of activities from swimming to diving, snorkeling, and fishing.
What are the COVID-19-related restrictions for tourists in Mexico now?
If you are coming to visit an orange, yellow or green State, you will be allowed to go out for dinners, go hiking in open-air parks, get great bargains at shopping malls, and even enjoy cultural events. The greener a State gets, the bigger capacity it has.
Best news is that Mexico does NOT require visitors to quarantine or bring a COVID-19 test!
Mexico has struggled with its COVID-19 pandemic. As of November 12, the country has reported 972,785 positive cases, and 95,225 people have lost their lives to the virus.