Birds eye view of cancun, Mexico - sea with tall buildings on land


Birds eye view of cancun, Mexico - sea with tall buildings on land


Updated October 12, 2021

What the Mexican Government Says:

As of now, there are no travel restrictions for travellers arriving in Mexico and commercial flights to and from are running! When arriving in Mexico if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, you should ask for the international health team and possible testing/screening may occur. A completed "Cuestionario de identificación de factores de riesgo en viajeros" (basically a passenger locator form) must be presented to immigration upon arrival.

What the UK Government Says:

The UK Government have recently updated International travel restrictions and we for one and down for it! International travel is back on! This will be split into 2 sections for those than are double vaccinated - Ok to travel and do not travel, simple right? Obviously you’ll need to check the country's entry requirements and their conditions for entry but Mexico is currently on the UK’s OK To Travel list. Time to start packing! You will still need to complete a passenger locator form to arrive back into the UK and follow Mexico's entry requirements.

Check here for more information regarding travel to Mexico from the UK.

Check for more information from the UK Government here 

What the U.S Government Says:

For U.S citizens, travel to Mexico is permitted, with NO requirements for a negative COVID-19 test before entry or quarantine upon arrival in Mexico. However, the U.S Department of State advises reconsidering any travel to Mexico while quarantine rules vary in each state upon arriving back into the U.S. Check here for more information on travelling to mexico.

Our Verdict:

Yes, you can travel to Mexico! If you do go, make sure your travel insurance covers you and make sure you familiarise yourself with Mexico & your country's travel restrictions. For insurance that covers travellers where most other providers don't; check out Battle Face Insurance


The best time to visit Mexico is during the dry season between December and April when there is basically no rain. The coolest months in Mexico are between December and February when temperatures can still reach an average of 28 degrees during the dry season. That's like the peak of the summer in the UK, jeez, take your sun cream ladies & gents! The wet season begins in the south, from May and lasts until October. Although, Mexico is a big country and the climate can vary from region to region, so it’s worth checking out the weather app before ya go!


Crystal clear blue water, white sandy beaches, stunning views and most importantly TEQUILA! We’re now talking about all things Mexico, and we are here to give you some travel inspiration for your next adventure! Vamos a la playa!


A scenic shot of the beach ruins in Tulum, Mexico showing the stunning bright blue ocean and golden sandy beach

Tulum & Ancient ruins - Welcome to the trendy beachside town of Tulum! A great chance to wander around, or simply chill on the pristine beach with a cocktail in hand! Tulum isn’t just about the groovy beach bars and stunning beaches though. Tulum is home to an archaeological site in the Riviera Maya to explore the ancient Mayan ruins. Sounds pretty sick, right? Now imagine the BRIGHTEST blue ocean in the background, it’s one of a kind so get your cameras ready because if you haven’t got a photo, it didn’t happen (do it for the gram). After taking in the ancient Mayan ruins, if you're feeling a little parched you can have a cocktail (or 2, or 3), have a dip in the sea if you fancy cooling off, whatever your heart desires (keep it PG though, please).


Mayan site of Chichen Itza - So it goes without saying, when visiting Mexico, you have to go to the Mayan site of Chichen Itza. No questions. It’s one of the seven wonders of the world! Learn about the captivating history of the Mayan civilisation through a guided tour before heading to the cenote Ik Kil, one of the most incredible natural swimming pools. After spending the afternoon soaking in the unreal blue cenote, you’ll then head to Merida where you can wander around the city and take in all of the fascinating sights. A day full of must-sees!


A girl floating in a clear turquoise pool in Mexico

Three Cenote tour & Tequila Tasting- We all know the correct way to take a tequila shot I hope, but if your mind needs a little bit of refreshing (salt, shot, lime) then we’ve got you covered so get ready for tequila tasting bitches! Fun fact, Mexicans normally sip tequila rather than having a shot! However, before tasting all that tequila, it’s time to cycle to three incredible cenotes! Don’t worry if all the cycling and swimming has given you an appetite, as you’ll be stopping for some lunch along the way. With some time to chill before the evening, it’s taco and tequila o’clock! Head out to the food court in Merida to indulge in a Mexican feast, burritos galore! Then get those dancing shoes on, as it’s time to head to a local bar and get those taste buds tingling with some tequila & mezcal tasting! That will surely get you into the mood to practice those salsa dancing moves at one of the many bars on offer in Merida. Will most definitely GUAC your world!

So, now you can start planning your Mexican adventure, and even though everything is up in the air right now, we’ve just got to keep planning and dreaming! If life gives you lemons... do a shot of tequila, obvs!

As always, Trufam

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