Mexico is not a country that forces you to take out insurance to enter the territory, but it is always a good option.
We recommend you to contract insurance according to your country of origin and get oriented to your travel agency. This one will have a variety of possibilities to offer you based on your needs.
Insurance can support you with issues such as medical services, damage to third parties, support in the loss of belongings, and even, in some cases, delays, emergencies, or repatriations.
It is advisable to take some precautions like in any other country before visiting it; In the case of Mexico, the suggested vaccines are
- Tetanus-Diphtheria/ Tetanus- Diphtheria- Pertussis
- Triple Viral (Measles, Rubella, Mumps)
- Hepatitis A
And some special ones depending on the area you visit and taking into account the characteristics of the trip are
- Hepatitis B
- Typhoid Fever
- Yellow Fever
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Mexico’s embassies and consulates serve to represent Mexicans in other parts of the world. They report directly to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Their main functions include protecting Mexican citizens’ interests during their stay abroad and providing assistance and advice in case of any mishap or request.
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Our country has great diversity and natural, historical, cultural and gastronomic beauties, and more. We invite you to get to know each state that makes up Mexico and learn about the surprises they hold.
It is considered one of the most influential international magazines. Within its publications, you can find content on geography, science, history, culture, events, and of course, a lot of information about México.
It is also a useful reference if you plan to travel to another country because you can find customs, cultures, places, and more.
It is currently available in more than 32 languages.