Traveling to new countries and experiencing other cultures first hand can be one of the most rewarding experiences. You get to see other countries’ rich history and architecture, taste their unique cuisine, tour their landscapes, and immerse yourself in the local populace. Mexico has a lot to offer the adventurers, but just like any journey it is riddled with risk. This is where Mexican travel insurance from Pan American comes in as an important way to protect your experience abroad.
Mexico is a country of 127 million people. It is made up of 31 states, each with varying climates, resources, and culture. Traveling to Mexico is common for people because of its proximity and affordability for U.S. citizens. Some of the most commonly visited places include:
Located outside of Mexico City, Mexico the Teotihuacan ruins are a must see for many tourists visiting the country. This UNESCO World Heritage site is home to some of the largest and well preserved pre-Columbian structures in South America. Home to the advanced Aztec civilization, this site is a must see for any adventurer and lover of the outdoors. The tallest pyramid is the famous Pyramid of the Sun, which sits at the heart of the small city in Mexico. Travelers can climb up these large structures to reach the top. Nearby of course, is the country’s capital— a city of nearly 9 million—Mexico City, which holds similar must see destinations like the Zocalo, Xcaret Park, and the Anthropological Museum.
#2 Cancun & Playa del Carmen
The country’s Caribbean coast is a popular hub for sea divers and explorers of the deep blue. Novice sea explorers can take lessons and even swim with sea creatures and explore the local coral reefs. These are popular sites in Mexico because of their sparkling and pristine beaches and abundant marine life. Located in between Cancun and two small islands is the popular Underwater Museum or MUSA. Here travelers will find a plethora of life sized sea creatures that can be observed as you scuba dive.
#3 Chichen Itza
Located in the Southernmost tip of Mexico in Yucatan, are the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. The Mayans were an advanced people that developed their own theories in astronomy, knowledge of architecture and engineering, and mathematics. They were also outstanding athletes. They often played a ball game— with deep religious and ritual meaning— that is said to be reminiscent of the modern day basketball. Just like the Aztec pyramids, this site attracts thousands of tourists a year as a relic of the prehistoric past.
Whether you are climbing the magnificent pyramids of early civilizations, or scuba diving with majestic creatures of the sea, the risk of injury runs high. From anything to mosquito bites, falls, twisted ankles, or unpleasant encounters with wildlife or sea creatures, being prepared with travel insurance is the best way to ensure your safety and that of your family.
Protect Yourself with Travel Insurance
Being in a foreign country without medical insurance or protection can put you in a bad situation when something unexpected happens. Travelers insurance covers injuries that might happen to you while you are traveling. Call Pan American Insurance in El Paso today to see how we can protect your vacation with Mexican travel insurance.
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