To enhance people to people exchanges to prepandemic levels —25% yearly growth of visitors to Mexico—, the Embassy works to promote outbound tourism, investments, ties between agencies, tour operators and intermediaries of both countries; to improve connectivity and to exchange information and good practices in policymaking.
Imagine a trip full of magic, folklore, history, and flavor. Prepare to discover Mexico either for family travel, business, pyramids or colonial cities, lavish weddings, sports or protected natural settings, including the Pacific or the Caribbean unique beaches. It offers something for all ages. Families living in US, Canada and India can reunite for an unforgettable and money wise holiday in Mexico.
Each state, municipality and town have amazing attractions, landscapes and dishes that show the natural, cultural, and historical richness of Mexico. Whether you like river rafting, doing the route of Tequila, watching newborn whales and turtles in Puerto Vallarta, you will certainly find an ideal itinerary for you. Either walking through colonial cities like Morelia, Querétaro and San Miguel de Allende, taking a trip back in time in Archaeological Zones like Teotihuacán or Chichen Itzá, or plunging the culture and traditions of Magic Towns.
Discover world-class golfing, five-star resorts and some of the finest restaurants and chefs in the Americas. Los Cabos is the lowest point on the peninsula is the high point of Baja lifestyle, with impeccable luxury hotels in settings where azure seas and silent deserts come together impeccably. The region’s wine and fine-dining scenes are among the most sophisticated in the Western Hemisphere.
Cities like Guanajuato or Malinalco offer high-end pleasures amid splendid natural settings and the graciousness of traditional small-town life. And the Yucatán’s back-country blends natural splendor with unbelievable luxury at centuries-old haciendas now equipped as five-star resorts and spas—perfect for visiting the neighboring Mayan Archaeological Sites in turquoise coast of the Riviera Maya.
From 2020, transport hubs, resorts and hotels implement specific sanitation protocols established by the Mexican federal Government and monitored by local authorities. Most service providers have committed to qualify for the official Clean Point Quality Seal V2020, with highest-level of international COVID-19 prevention protocols in the hospitality sector.
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Responsible for promoting and marketing Mexico through creative and sustainable advertising, travel industry partnerships and special packages sales campaigns.
Systematic recording of all public property, natural and cultural resources that may become national attractions, places of interest and generally all those areas and territorial areas with Tourist Development.
Receptive Tour Operators Association created in 2010, with broad participation in the tourism market, integrated by Mexican companies, leaders in the field.
Responsible for uniting and grouping all the organizations dedicated to the intermediation of tourist services, to support and professionalize the tourist activities of this sector.
Arriving to Mexico
Holders of any type of valid and multiple entry U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen visas (any nationality) or permanent residence of U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen, Pacific Alliance (Colombia, Peru, Chile) DO NOT require a Mexican visa to travel on business, tourism, or transit purpose for or less than 180 days as long as they present any of the mentioned documents at the point of entry.
This is not applicable on temporary residence card holders of U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen, Pacific Alliance (Colombia, Peru, Chile). Holders of this type of residence must apply for a Mexican visa on any of its categories.
Immigration authorities keep the right to grant or deny entry to the country. Officials can request information regarding the purpose and length of your trip, as well as the means to cover your expenses while you stay in the country.