In a word, yes. According to United Nations and Interpol statistics, in 2000 (the last year for which data were available), the US crime rate was nearly 5 times that of Mexico. That said, it is true that Mexico is currently experiencing a wave of drug-related violence. The vast majority of the violence occurs in areas that ...
Are tours are designed for anyone and everyone who is excited by the trip descriptions. Individuals, couples and small groups of friends are welcome. Guests should be in reasonably good physical condition, as there is some walking involved and Mexican sidewalks aren't always in the best shape. The people most likely to enjoy this trip are ...
As in America, workers in the service and hospitality industry are modestly compensated at best and depend on tips for their survival. It is appropriate to tip waitstaff, taxi drivers and housekeeping staff. While 10% is a good general guide, employees in fancier restaurants usually get a percentage more on par with American tips, and in ...
Yes. Internet cafes are widespread and economical, and all hotels on Experience Tequila tours have wireless Internet access.
Probably, but you'll have to check with your wireless company. Most people find that making or receiving cell phone calls is prohibitively expensive, but texting is affordable. When you want to call home, I recommend using a phone card you can buy at any convenience store, and a public phone. It is considerably cheaper. If you ...
Yes. As of June 2009, even US citizens and legal residents need a passport to re-enter the US from Mexico. Citizens and residents of other countries probably need a visa as well. Check with the Mexican Consulate in your country, or contact us for assistance.
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