Here are a few helpful links you might enjoy!
Also, remember when traveling to email yourself a copy of your passport, drivers license and credit cards. If lost or stolen you can have access from anywhere!
Let us know about any links that could be helpful to others.
Entry Requirements For Mexico
Hurricane Information And Maps
Traveling In Mexico With Children
Traveling With Pet To Mexico
Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve
Sea Turtle & Coastal Conservation
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Lots of restaurants on the beach &
many shops to visit.
Rental Cars Cancun Airport
You can use a checking bankcard, credit card or debit card, and will find ATM's at every bank, in or near many supermarkets, in shopping malls, grocery stores and occasionally in hotel lobbies. ATMs are linked to Cirrus, Plus and other major International networks, and are available 24 hours a day.
Call your Bank and Credit Card Companies prior to trip to inform them of the locations where the card may be used to prevent it from being deactivated.
For safety, you should stick to ATMs in or attached to bank branches. There have been instances of phony ATMs or ATM facades put up in non-bank locations to harvest card numbers and personal ID codes (this applies to the U.S. too!).
In addition to being convenient for quick withdrawals, bank ATMs carry out their transaction at the wholesale banking rate. This means you will typically get a better exchange rate by using an ATM than you would with cash or travelers' checks at a bank. Banamex is owned by Citigroup (Citibank). Most ATMs found anywhere are in English and Spanish, but the money amount will always be shown in Mexican pesos. If you want $200 U.S. in pesos, you need to type in 2500, otherwise if you type in 200, you get roughly 15 dollars in pesos
Check with your bank or CC for international charges