Mexico has had some of the world's loosest border restrictions with anyone allowed to travel by air for business or leisure.  Mexico does not require proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test or quarantine on arrival.  You will need to a negative Covid-19 test taken 72 hours before travel to re-enter the US.

Why go to Mexico?  Mexico is known for fabulous beaches, fascinating archaeological sites, Adventure & Ecotourism, and Magical Towns.

Cancun – Located on the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula on the east coast of Mexico.  Cancun is part of the Mexican Caribbean and is not far from the western edge of Cuba, it is a short flight from Miami.  Winter temperatures average between 73 and 79°F and there is very little rain.  Cancun is known for its soft, fine sand and crystal-clear waters.  Besides the beautiful beaches, you can swim in a cenote, fresh-water pools populated by fauna and lush green landscapes.  Away from the beach, Cancun offers archaeological sites, eco-parks, adventure theme parks, and plenty of restaurants and nightlife.  Explore hotels in downtown Cancun (hotel zone), Cozumel, Playa de Carmen and Riviera Maya.  See our guide to Cancun by clicking here
Puerto Vallarta – Draw a straight-line west from Cancun and you come to Puerto Vallarta.  Puerto Vallarta boasts beautiful beaches, excellent and varied restaurants and historical attractions.  The heart of Puerto Vallarta is the boardwalk or Malecon – a 1 kilometer promenade featuring street artists, musical groups and artists.  Temperature can vary more than Cancun – going from 64°F in the evening to 86°F during the day.  Puerto Vallarta is an attractive destination for travelers from the west coast of the US.
Los Cabos – Located at the southern tip of Baja California peninsula, between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean.  Los Cabos is made up of two separate but adjacent cities, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.  Cabo San Lucas is known for its vitality and nightlife, as well as the variety of attractions.  San Jose del Cabo displays a more laid-back and artistic side of Los Cabos.  Both boast excellent hotels, attractive beaches and sophisticated restaurants.  Winter (from October to May) is the high season so expect more crowds and higher prices.

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