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Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Mexico. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.
Required Documents to Apply
  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.

  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account

Important Instructions
  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Mexico must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

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Maybe you have already heard about Mexican tourism before because this country is one of the most visited in Latin America not only because of its vast size but also because of its rich culture and strong influence on pop culture. Mexico is a country full of Mayan and pre-Columbian ruins, as well as colonial monuments and many beach resorts like Cancun and Acapulco. Also, Mexico is one of the countries with the best gastronomy in the world, which is why it tends to attract many tourists who enjoy good food.

In Mexico, you can visit a large number of archaeological ruins, several small forests with interesting legends, and many museums with various examples of pre-Columbian culture in the country.

In the capital city, Mexico City (México D.F), you can start your adventure with a guided tour of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a cultural venue located in the Historic Center of the city. This place is recognized as one of the most famous opera houses in the world, in addition to having been the crucial point to impressive artistic events.

A mandatory stop in Mexico City is La Plaza de la Constitución, informally known as El Zócalo. This is the second-largest plaza in the world and the first among Spanish-speaking countries. This square is surrounded by the Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City to the north, the National Palace to the east, the Old City Hall and the Government Building to the south, and the west by commercial and administrative buildings. It’s quite simple to walk around it, and it is also an excellent place to take photos and spend a pleasant evening in any of its restaurants or coffeehouses.

As for museums, in Mexico City, you can visit the National Museum of Anthropology, the Frida Kahlo Museum, and the Museo del Templo Mayor to name a few. All these spots have important samples of Mexican culture, whether artistically or historically, which could be useful to learn more about everything related to this country in more detail.

It should be noted that the National Museum of Anthropology is located in the Chapultepec forest. Chapultepec is an urban park located in Miguel Hidalgo and it is famous for its 678-hectare area. Thanks to this, this park is considered one of the largest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. If you go into this forest, you can find large buildings such as the Castle of Chapultepec, with an origin that dates back to the Viceroyalty of New Spain.

But Mexico isn’t just the metropolitan Mexico City, it’s also the many regions full of archeological sites and beautiful beaches. A good example of it is the Tulum Archaeological Zone. This archaeological site belongs to the Tulum National Park. Tulum is a walled city that belonged to the Mayan culture. You can locate it in the State of Quintana Roo, which also has a great tourist attraction for its relaxing beaches with soft sands.

You should also walk through the Palenque Archaeological Zone. Palenque is an archaeological site that, among with Chichén Itzá and Tikal, is one of the three most important towns of the Mayan culture. This archaeological zone can be found in the center of a tropical jungle that today is part of the municipality of Palenque, northeast of Chiapas.

If you go northeastward Mexico City, you can also visit the Pyramid of the Sun, the largest building in Teotihuacan and one of the largest in Mesoamerica. This pyramid is located between the Pyramid of the Moon and the ancient city of Teotihuacán.

Speaking of archaeological and tourist places, you should also visit Xcaret Park. It can be an excellent spot when you walk through Quintana Roo. Xcaret Park is a privately controlled theme park that also works as a resort. This point is a self-described ecotourism development and it belongs to the popular Riviera Maya.

The Riviera Maya is an extension of the Caribbean coast that encompasses the entire Yucatan Peninsula, northeast of Mexico. This Riviera is known for its all-inclusive resorts, in addition to its beautiful beaches. For that reason, it is a mandatory stop if you decide to travel to Mexico.

If you have enough time to visit a big part of the Riviera Maya, don’t forget to take advantage of the paradisiacal beaches of Cancun, including Playa Norte. You can also take an escape to Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, or Playa del Carmen. All these beaches are famous not only for their soft white sands but for their deep blue waters and marine activities such as diving and snorkeling.

As you can see, in Mexico there are several things to do when it comes to beach beauties and historical sites. However, you shouldn’t forget to obtain the travel documents required to enter, especially the Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers, which was recently authorized by the Mexican government.

The Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers is available online, and you can purchase it by filling out the application form on iVisa.com. This form may only take you a couple of minutes to guarantee the procedure of your Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers as soon as possible.

Keep in mind that the Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers does not replace a visa. Therefore, if you need a visa to enter this country, you will have to request it separately at your trusted embassy.

Also, don’t forget that apart from the Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers, you may also need the Tourist Card, which we also process on iVisa.com. You shouldn’t forget either that when you arrive at the airport you must follow all the health protocols offered by the country's authorities. This is necessary to avoid the spread of any infectious disease, including the coronavirus.

You won’t need to spend too much time on your online form at iVisa.com, so we recommend you use it to get your Mexico Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers ready within a few minutes. This way, you’ll be able to enter Mexico easily and therefore enjoy all the incredible touristic places it has.

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