The U.S. State Department has updated their Travel Advisory system, classifying Mexico’s major international tourist destinations as safe for travel.
This week, the U.S. State Department introduced a new system for alerting Americans about possible security risks while traveling abroad.
This system classifies every country based on four different risk levels, as outlined below:
• Level 1: Exercise normal precautions
• Level 2: Exercise increased caution
• Level 3: Reconsider travel
• Level 4: Do not travel
The following major international tourist destinations in Mexico, have been explicitly listed as having no travel restrictions:
– Cabo San Lucas
– San José del Cabo
– Playa del Carmen
– Riviera Maya
– Isla Mujeres
– Puerto Vallarta
The de-escalated warning confirms that the above tourist areas of Mexico are a safe destination for you to enjoy a well-deserved vacation or meeting. In fact, more than 35 million travelers come to Mexico each year, often as repeat visitors.
For more information about the U.S. State Department Travel Advisories, visit their website for ongoing up-to-date information.