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Posted: 02/14/20244,996 Views

When you think of popular Mexican beach destinations that attract winter-weary American travelers with their blue waters, strong drinks, and white-sand beaches, Cancun is probably what comes to mind. But flying direct to Cancun is nothing new. It’s been a tourism hotspot for Americans for the better part of a century. 

However, some tourists are looking for a more relaxed experience, and the Caribbean coastal town of Tulum delivers. It’s famous for its snorkeling and deep cenotes, and you can spend as much time exploring ancient ruins as you can kicking back at a beachside bar.

The trouble with Tulum has always been getting there. With no major airport nearby, tourists have traditionally been forced to fly to Cancun, then endure more than an hour in a bus or cab to reach Tulum. 

That’s no longer the case.

Last December, Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport (also known as TQO) opened up just a few miles from Tulum, making this once-sleepy beach town a true destination for American travelers, with many direct flights available.

As of this spring, travelers will be able to fly directly to Tulum, Mexico from the following American cities:

The Best Travel Insurance for Mexico

As you’re planning your Mexican vacation to Tulum, purchasing the right travel insurance coverage is crucial. Without it, you could end up spending a lot of extra money if something unexpected happens.

For American residents interested in trip cancellation protection as well as emergency medical coverage, travel delay coverage, and a host of other travel-related benefits, Mexico travel insurance is the best choice. It can allow you to cancel your trip for a covered reason without losing out on all of your prepaid, nonrefundable expenses.

If you don’t need trip cancellation coverage, you can get Mexico travel medical insurance. Many hospitals and doctors in Mexico are not going to accept your domestic health insurance, meaning you could be on the hook for a massive medical bill if you get sick or injured during your trip. A travel medical insurance plan for Mexico can help reduce this worry. It will allow you to get the best available medical care outside your home country for a predictable price that won’t break the bank. 

Happy vacationing!

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