A drug dealer, travelers and locals offer advice on safety in Mexico. From women’s safety to avoiding theft, find out from the people on the streets of Mexico how you can stay safe.
Copper Canyon (Barrancas del Cobre) is a haven for hiking, biking and adventure. But it's in the middle of drug cartel territory, so is it safe for travelers?
Get the latest information on natural disasters, political instability, civil unrest and how it may affect your travel plans.
One of Mexico's most popular travel locations, the Pacific Coast has something for every type of nomad. But are places like Puerto Vallarta, Sayulita and others safe?
Los Cabos, Tijuana and Cabo San Lucas on the Baja California Peninsula are a favorite for local and international travelers. Here's how you can stay safe in Mexico.
At night, Mexico comes alive with locals and travelers who flock to night spots for a good time. But things can go wrong if you don’t use some common sense and take a few safety precautions.
So you're a woman heading off to Mexico, and sensibly you want to know what to expect, and how to stay safe while traveling.
Is Mexico LGBTQ friendly or not? In a culture where the machismo male stereotype rules, it's surprising to find that same-sex marriage is legal in the capital. But how open can you be, and stay safe?
Mexico is an large country with so much to see so how do you get around? We take a look at how to stay safe while on the road.
Mexico's visitor numbers grow every year, which locals and government hope will continue. Before you go, here's what you need to know about crime and staying within the law.
Considered to be one of the safest places for travelers in Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula attracts millions of visitors each year seeking sun, sand and adventure. Is there anything to worry about?