It’s good to know in advance what’s in store when visiting a new place. Hence the government issues alerts for Americans traveling to #Mexico. The US rates our #Ajijic safe for medical tourists.
Conversely, the US does not issue #travel alerts for citizens visiting Baltimore, Chicago, St Louis, and other violent US cities. For the second straight year, the US murder rate has increased.
Recently, the Department of State revised its alert for Mexico. The US deemed safe various destinations for #medical tourists. On that list are:
* Ajijic–our base of operations
* nearby Chapala, and
* Guadalajara, the close by big city.
Also, other places in the state of Jalisco and the nearest ocean resort, Puerto Vallarta, are not subject to any restrictions.
Furthermore, Ajijic on #Lake Chapala is one of the most popular hotspots for American and Canadian expats.
US Rates Our Ajijic Safe for Medical Tourists, Switches to New System
Also, the US introduced a four-tier alert system. Level 1 is safest, Level 4 is riskiest. The US placed Mexico at Level 2: Exercise increased caution.
In addition, the new warning advises people who travel to Mexico to:
• Use toll roads when possible and avoid driving at night.
• Exercise increased caution when visiting local bars, nightclubs, and casinos.
• Do not display signs of wealth, such as wearing expensive watches or jewelry.
• Be extra vigilant when visiting banks or ATMs.
All that is good advice, not because it comes from the government but because it’s true. It’s what locals in any tourist town tell visitors.
Bear in mind big countries have places where you’re safe and where’re you’re not, no matter which country. Do you need to visit Mexico for #medical care? Do you need to save money and keep yourself safe? Safe from the low-lifes and also putting yourself in safe hands of quality doctors and dentists? Then you’re reading the right post. We’ll arrange your visit with vetted #affordable, caregivers and take care of lodging, meals, land transportation. Just contact DocTours.