U.S. State Department Excludes Mexican Caribbean from Travel Warnings

Cozumel and the neighboring areas are a safe place to visit, according to U.S. authorities.  In early February, the U.S. State Department updated their Mexico travel warnings.  The entire Mexican Caribbean has been specifically excluded including the entire province of Quintana Roo and Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, the Riveriera Maya, Tulum and the province of Yucatacn, including Merida and Chichen Itza.  This area is so far removed from the U.S. border and other areas where drug-related violence occurs, that U.S. citizens are now being given the green light to visit.

View the full article on the Official U.S. Department of State website.  And then go ahead and book your trip to the safe (and fun) island of Cozumel!