Agree with all the above points, however, it does seem that some resorts downplay serious safety issues and deaths such as the recent death at Riu Cancun, one of a number that have occurred on that property over past years. Information about crime in Cancun, Mexico. We have traveled both with our car and through airlines throughout most of Mexico, the central area, the Pacific Coast, all the Yucatán, and we’ve never had a problem.

Cancun Safety Tips: The Real Dangers (the stuff nobody thinks of) March 7, 2016 by admin | 0 comments. All that said, Cancun, the Isla's and the Yucatan is a wonderful, friendly place that is stunning in its beauty while enchanting in its variety of people, culture and places to visit. Again, absolutely yes.

Diane and I have a car. Shows how much people think the problem in their community are property crimes (home broken, car theft, etc. More transparency would be a plus to tourists looking for safety record info when booking resorts in Cancun.

If you plan on buying property, or making other investments in Mexico, seek legal advice in Canada and in Mexico. Do so before making commitments. Do you ever wonder what Mexicans think about mass shootings in the U.S.? Cancun CVB . We drive where we want to go. I will say that we don’t drive at night. Mexico News Daily reported on March 30 that the Cancun airport has become a nightmare to navigate, with long lines, frightened travelers, and people unable to make it on flights. Above all, educate yourself before going to Cancun, Mexico or anywhere else for that matter. New flights from the U.S. were introduced in 2017 and, according to reports from the state … International travel to Cancun, Mexico is booming. ), violent crimes (being mugged or robbed, being attacked or insulted), corruption and other crimes. Is it Safe to Travel in Cancun, Mexico?

You’ve heard it before… Mexico is SO dangerous. Related disputes could take time and be costly to resolve.

There are two conclusions we can pull from the Government of Canada’s travel advisory for Mexico: (1) there are no Quintana Roo or Cancun travel warnings currently listed and (2) their risk level system is very similar to that of the U.S. Department of State in that “Exercise a high degree of caution” would be comparable to a Level 2 warning from the United States government.