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Our guide to holidays Mexico, brought to you by the loveit coverit travel insurance team.


Our Mexico Travel Guide

It's no surprise that Mexico is considered one of the most beautiful destinations. From its delicious food to the breathtaking Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico has so much to offer. From the colorful celebration of the Day of the Dead to the stunning beaches, there is something for everyone in Mexico. The country's vast size also means that there are a variety of ecosystems and climates to explore. Here are some of Mexico's natural wonders that you shouldn't miss:

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Reasons why you should get travel insurance for your Mexican trip

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Mexico offers a wide range of landscapes, from beaches to mountains and historical sites. Travel insurance can provide coverage for accidents and injuries that might occur during outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, or exploring ancient ruins, ensuring access to medical care without concerns about unexpected expenses.

Medical Costs

While Mexico has modern medical facilities, travellers might still require medical attention due to unforeseen illnesses or accidents. Travel insurance can cover medical expenses, hospital stays, and medical evacuation if needed, offering peace of mind in case of unexpected health issues.

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Travel insurance covers losses due to lost, stolen, or delayed baggage, ensuring your essentials are replaced swiftly, allowing you to continue embracing Mexico

Trip Disruptions

Given Mexico' appeal as a favoured tourist spot, the potential for adverse weather conditions, natural calamities, and unforeseen incidents that might derail or cut short your journey is a reality. Travel insurance steps in to offer reimbursement for non-refundable travel expenditures, mitigating the financial ramifications of trip cancellations or abrupt interruptions.

Main Facts About Mexico

If you’re off on a Mexican holiday soon, it’s time to think about your spending money! The Mexican peso (M$) is the official currency of Mexico, and it’s sometimes accepted in towns on the Mexican border in the southern US.
The official language of Mexico is Spanish, which is spoken by 90 percent of the people. Indian languages of the Aztecs, Mayans, and other tribes are still spoken throughout the country. English is not very widely spoken in Mexico overall, with only around 10% of the population speaking it, and only a small number of these being truly fluent.
The climate in Mexico is tropical with a rainy and dry season and little temperature fluctuation from season to season. The temperature in all areas of Mexico typically ranges between 10°C and 32°C throughout the year.
Power Plugs
For Mexico there are two associated plug types, types A and B. Plug type A is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and plug type B is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. Mexico operates on a 127V supply voltage and 60Hz.
According to Worldometer's calculations based on the latest United Nations data, the population of Mexico as of Sunday, May 8, 2022 is 131,429,715.
Fun Fact
Mexico is located in the "Ring of Fire," also known as the circum-Pacific Belt, where the majority of the world's earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. It is the only place in the world where the volcano rabbit, a rare species of rabbit, can be found living near volcanoes. Mexico is also home to Cuexcomate, the world's smallest volcano. Located just outside the city of Puebla, this volcano stands at a mere 43 feet tall, resembling a small hill.
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Your Mexican Bucket list

If you're in Mexico, you HAVE to do these things:

1. Be Sure to visit the Big Apple - New York.
2. Explore the wonderful city San Francisco.
3. Behold the sight of the Grand Canyon.
4. Party the night away at Las Vegas.
5. Make sure to visit the capital Washington, D.C.
6. Relax on the beaches of Miami.
7. Explore the amazing New Orleans.
8. Take on the Yosemite National Park, California.
9. Go back in time and visit Portland, Oregon.
10. Road Trip along Route 66.


Traveller, there are no paths. Paths are made by walking        

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