A Few Formalities Before Your Departure
Traveling to Mexico is easy! Citizens from most European countries, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand do not need a visa to enter the country.
Here you will find the list of countries and territories whose citizens do not need a visa to travel to Mexico: http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Paises_No_Visa
All you will need is a passport that is valid for a minimum period of 6 months. A 180 days tourist visa is issued at the airport in Mexico.
You’ll also be given an immigration card with your entry date. Be careful not to lose it, you will be asked for it when you leave!
If you pay for your flight with VISA, Mastercard or American Express (to be confirmed by your bank), your coverage includes repatriation insurance for the duration of your stay. You can also subscribe to an additional cancellation and repatriation insurance. A documentary evidence will be asked on arrival.
Mandatory Individual Coverage:
As a reminder, mandatory individual coverage is necessary in case of a problem. It is important to be able to rely 24 hours a day and 7 days a week on an organization that can, for example, organize a repatriation.
Most of our clients have access to these services through their comprehensive insurance or credit cards.
We recommend that you contact your insurer or bank to confirm your coverage.
If you pay for your flight with VISA, Mastercard or American Express (to be confirmed by your bank), your coverage includes repatriation insurance for the duration of your stay.
Regarding our services, paying with a credit card do not allow you to benefit from a cancellation insurance.