Yes, Mexico is open for tourists. If you’re going to head south in the next few months, here’s what you’ll find
t was an experience few could claim to have had over the past decade as tourism to Mexico skyrocketed—the spectacular ruins of Palenque in Chiapas nearly to ourselves.
As November turns into December, though, many Americans are looking south, and attractions like Palenque won’t remain ghostly for long. According to numbers provided by the Mexican government, tens of thousands more people are flying in from the U.S. every month.
The borders have been open to U.S. tourism for months now, mainly out of necessity as the bizarrely austerity-conservative government of leftist president Andrés Manuel López Obrador meant that no bailout was coming for the tourism sector, a big part of the Mexican economy. While we’ve covered before what you should think about before you decide to come or not while the pandemic is ongoing, it’s also helpful to know what you’ll see on the ground.
more recommended stories
BACKYARD BIRDING IN MERIDA, YUCATAN, AND BEYOND – PIGMENTS OF YOUR IMAGINATION? BIRD PLUMAGE: PART 1 of 3
Wild Turkey Colorful feathers of birds.
Thursday night’s movie at Il Caffé features “The Castle”
Greetings film fans:Thursday night’s movie is.
Chunhuhub and Chicanná archaeological zones reopen in Campeche
The capacity is restricted to 30%,.
Yukalpetén Typical Orchestra began in-person concert season
Mérida, Yucatán, (August 3, 2021).- The.
Mexico Olympic soccer team losses against powerful Brazil in penalty kicks
In an effort to keep the.
SSY reveals that suicide in Yucatan increases 25 percent this year
Mérida, Yucatán, (August 03, 2021).- A.
Mexican government will buy Sig Sauer automatic rifles from the U.S.
WASHINGTON D.C. (Reuters) – The small.
UNAM expert warns about some people’s habit of “humanizing” cats and dogs
Mérida, Yucatán, (August 03, 2021).- “You.
Yucatan Government supports Yucatecan beekeepers with the delivery of queen bees
YUCATAN, (August 02, 2021) .- After.
Catch of lobster and octopus at risk due to overexploitation of sea cucumber, experts warn
Mérida, Yucatán, (August 03, 2021) .-.