RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico remains open to U.S. travelers this winter. While the U.S.-Mexico land border continues to be closed to non-essential travel, air travel between the two countries resumed months ago, and airlines have since been ramping up their schedules to offer more flights to the country's most popular tourist areas, including the Mexican Caribbean, Los Cabos, and Riviera Nayarit.
Americans will still need a passport to travel to Mexico but do not require a negative COVID-19 test result to gain entry. Read on for the latest advisories, restrictions and requirements for . . .