Take a look at the Traveler's Guide and take advantage of all the suggestions on enjoying your trip:

Travel warnings abroad

Destination information

Recommendations by subject and by type of traveler

AND DON’T FORGET, during the travel season, to take the following recommendations into account before leaving the country.


  • Prepare your trip
  • Make sure you meet all the requirements for entering and traveling through the countries you visit
  • Check the expiration date of your passport
  • Always carry a copy of your personal documents with you
  • If you're traveling with children, make sure to get a notarized authorization from both parents
  • Register your travel itinerary in the Registration System for Mexicans Abroad (SIRME)
  • Learn about the laws and customs of the places you will visit
  • Pay attention to the health requirements for the countries you will visit
  • Get full medical and/or travel insurance
  • Decide how you will pay for things on your trip
  • Consider paying your phone company for an international roaming package so that you can stay in touch with friends and family


  • Watch your behavior
  • Be cautious
  • Always have your official IDs on hand
  • Make an emergency contact list
  • In the event of a problem—if you are the victim of a crime, natural disaster, accident or illness—tell your relatives in Mexico and contact a Mexican embassy or consulate


  • Consult the Paisano Program, which has important information for Mexicans who return from a trip or a stay abroad
  • The National Migration Institute (INAMI) is the authority that permits people to enter the country. Make sure you are familiar with the entrance requirements for Mexico
  • If you have an additional nationality in addition to your Mexican nationality, don’t forget that you must enter Mexico with your Mexican passport
  • Make sure that everything you have with you is allowed to enter the country
  • Don’t take risks! Don’t try to bring any drugs or narcotics into the country
  • Take care of your health. If you notice that you have any unusual symptoms, get medical care

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