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Thinking about Mexico usually conjures up the white powdery beaches and turquoise waters of the Mayan Riviera. And stunningly beautiful they are indeed. Yet, a customized tour with a private guide and driver can offer many more spectacular experiences throughout the country. Marvel at the expansive Copper Canyon, even larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon, and immer ...Show More
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Insurance Recommendations for Mexico Tours

Cancelation and Medical Insurance is highly recommended as it can safeguard against in-country medical emergencies, lost or delayed baggage and emergency cancelation or interruption of your trip. Please ensure your policy will provide you with upfront medical coverage so that you are not responsible for a hefty medical bill. Insurance can be purchased through us.

Vaccination Requirements for Mexico Tours

No vaccinations are required to enter Mexico. It is advised to consult a travel doctor 8 weeks before departure in regards to the recommended vaccinations below. Some vaccines require more than one dose or a major length of time to be effective.

  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Malaria
  • Rabies
  • Typhoid

For all vaccinations and health requirements, you can also refer to the recommendations from:

World Health Organization (WHO): http://www.who.int and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) http://wwwnc.cdc.gov.

Medication Requirements for Mexico Tours

If there are any medical items that are essential to your health, such as prescription drugs or corrective eye wear, bring duplicates and divide them between your checked bags and hand luggage. While non-prescription drugs such as aspirin are generally available, it is difficult to replace prescription items.

Recommended Items:

  • Basic medicine kit (painkillers, Band-Aids, antiseptic cream, etc.)
  • Digestive aids such as Imodium, Pepto-Bismol; re-hydration salts and anti-diarrhea preparations.
  • Hydrocortisone tablets or cream for allergic skin reactions and bites
  • Anti-nausea tablets if you suffer from motion sickness
  • Sun screen / after-sun lotion and lip balm

Weather, Seasons and Climate in Mexico

Temperatures vary depending on the region, but overall Mexico is home to a very pleasant climate with lots of warm weather. The coasts and lowlands have much higher temperatures, while inland and higher elevations can be chillier, especially in the evenings and in the winter. Summer temperatures are generally very hot and humid and winter is more comfortable with low humidity. For up-to-date forecasts check www.weather.com

Electricity, Phone and Internet in Mexico

Electricity: Electricity in Mexico is supplied at 120 V. Plugs are flat two-pin, as well as two flat pins with a grounding pin.

Phone: Roaming charges vary between carriers, but tend to be quite costly. Consult your phone provider prior to departure to discuss overseas rates and international package options.

Internet: Wi-Fi and Internet cafes are available in urban and tourist areas.

Currency in Mexico

Generally speaking, we advise bringing 900-1,200 pesos per day, per person, for spending money. Be sure to bring lots of small bills for porters, wait staff and housekeeping (not obligatory and based on your satisfaction). The currency in Mexico is the Peso ($) which comes in paper denominations of $20, $50, $100, $200, $500, and $1000. Coins come in denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, and $50. American Express, Visa and MasterCard as well as other major credit cards are widely accepted. ATMs are available throughout the country.

It is recommended to contact your credit card company to advise them when and where you will be traveling to avoid what may be picked up as suspicious activity by your credit card provider.

Quick Facts for a Mexico Tour

Capital: Mexico City

Language: Spanish

Currency: Mexican Peso (MXN)

Religion: The most common religion in Mexico is Roman Catholic

Time Zone: UTC -6 to UTC-8

Electricity: 120 Volts

Telephone: Country code for calling you from outside North America is +52

Calling North America: Dial 001 and your 10 digit number

Emergency numbers in Mexico: For general emergencies dial 911, Police 066, Fire 068

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Beth D., June 1, 2018
"Couldnt have been more perfect!"
Robert H., May 9, 2018
"A superb trip from beginning to end. "
Karen P., May 9, 2018
"Best Trip Ever!"
Robert Z., October 7, 2017
"Sarah Roberts was fantastic, very available and responsive."
Natalie D., October 4, 2017
"The trip was amazing."