Mexico Travel Warning is closely monitoring the updated travel advisories for different states/regions throughout Mexico. Destinations that previously had no travel warnings now do, these include Quintana Roo (Cancun, Riviera Maya, Tulum) and Los Cabos. These advisories are not instructing people not to travel to the destination, but rather to be cautious when they do. The tourism board continues to assure travelers that correct measures and resources are in place to reduce the risk of these incidents happening again. We have been and continue to be in frequent contact with our partners in the area to ensure the utmost security and safety of our customers. We appreciate and encourage you to call us anytime at 1-800-915-2322 with any additional questions. You may also visit to review the updated travel advisories.

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    Rachel Dahlem

    Will customers who've purchased a vacation package be contacted if the threat level is increased? If not, how will we know when it is high enough to warrant allowing us to do an exchange? I've read the warnings on the state department's site but don't know exactly how we know the difference between one level and another.