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Mexico Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance for Mexico

Mexico Travel Insurance should be considered for all travelers to Mexico, even if they are visiting only for a short period. Mexico travel medical insurance can provide you with medical coverage during your trip, in case you get sick or injured while visiting. Travel insurance for Mexico is designed to offer financial protection for trip cancellations, travel delays, and emergency medical coverage. 

Top Attractions for Tourists Visiting Mexico

Mexico is a popular tourist destination for many countries, but it is quite popular with U.S. citizens due to its proximity.


Cancun is a trendy tourist destination located in the Yucatan Peninsula. So many U.S. tourists visit Cancun all the time that, for the most part, it just looks and feels like the United States. Most of the flights in and out of Cancun are from the United States. However, don't be fooled. In case you were to get sick or injured there, Mexican hospitals might hold you hostage, take away your passport and not release you until you make the payment for the treatment. Therefore, you should always carry appropriate travel insurance while visiting Mexico.

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza is considered a wonder of the world and is around three hours' drive from Cancun. Experiencing the Mayan culture is fascinating. That area never had any farming done ever, even today, which is just unbelievable.

Mexico City

The capital of Mexico and its largest city is packed with culture, great food, and tourist attractions such as Tempo Mayor, the National Museum of Anthropology, the National Palace, and the Metropolitan Cathedral. 

Yucatan Cenotes

In the Yucatan Peninsula, there are around 300 cenotes (holes) that were naturally made by asteroids hitting the ground. Usually, an underground river flows underneath. Many people like to swim in these holes or dive into them. However, make sure to purchase a proper travel medical insurance that will cover you in case you get injured doing so.

Resorts all Around

There are many all-inclusive resorts in Mexico where you can drink and eat an unlimited amount of food. Depending upon the resort, it may be family friendly, adults only or couples only. Make sure to choose the right type for your preferences.

Cozumel is an island off the Yucatan peninsula where a lot of cruises stop by.

Cabo San Lucas is located on the southern tip of Baja, California. It has many resorts and caters primarily to foreign tourists.

Guidelines for Travelers Visiting Mexico

Currency Conversion

The currency in Mexico is the peso. However, U.S. dollars are accepted in most of the favorite tourist places. In fact, using U.S. dollars may get you a better price compared to Mexican pesos. In any case, carrying some local currency is advisable.

Food and Water Safety

When visiting Mexico, you should not drink tap water or consume ice cubes. Also, you should not eat anything cold and raw, such as salad, sandwiches or even cut fruit (unless you cut them yourself).

Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

Mexico has been known to experience hurricanes, especially during Atlantic hurricane season (which officially runs from June 1 to Nov. 30). Most occur between August and October. They have been known to strike the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean coast, the Pacific Coast, and the Gulf Coast. Be sure to purchase a Mexictravel insurance plan with hurricane coverage to protect yourself and your loved ones should the worst occur.

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Why purchase insurance from Insubuy®?

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There are many advantages in purchasing from Insubuy® and no disadvantages.

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Visiting USA?

Healthcare costs are very high in the U.S.

Buy U.S. based visitors insurance and enjoy your trip.

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Traveling abroad?

Did you know that your insurance may not cover you abroad or that it may only provide limited coverage?

Purchase travel medical insurance that includes emergency medical evacuation.

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New immigrant to USA?

You are not eligible to enroll in Medicare for the first 5 years.

Purchase new immigrant medical insurance to bridge the gap.

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Going on a vacation?

You could lose your non-refundable trip costs if you had to cancel your trip.

Buy a trip cancellation insurance package plan and be worry-free.

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Are you an exchange visitor to USA?

The U.S. Department of State requires all J visa holders to purchase compliant insurance.

Buy J visa medical insurance to meet your requirements.

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Traveling to Europe?

Schengen countries require most non-US citizens to purchase Schengen visa insurance.

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Traveling frequently throughout the year?

You don't need to purchase travel insurance for every trip.

Purchase annual multi trip travel insurance for your travels.

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International student in the U.S.?

Most schools require international students to purchase health insurance.

Purchase international student health insurance that meets most school requirements.

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