Mexico truly has something for everyone. From the beautiful white sand, archeological and natural wonders of the Caribbean side, to the charm of Classic Mexico on the Pacific Side, with it’s wonderful architecture and truly warm people, to the UNESCO sites of the interior, Mexico truly is a wonderful world with something for everyone.
Mexico Vacation Trip FAQ’s
- What is the Climate Like?
In a nutshell: the Mexican climate means you won’t need to pack a suitcase full of woolly jumpers! The climate in Mexico is good pretty much all year round, with temperatures that don’t vary too much.
he Mexico climate around the Yucatan peninsula has an average daily temperature of around 79-86 degrees. In the evenings it cools down to a milder 68 degrees, though from May to September temperatures remain generally higher. There’s an occasional tropical shower but they’re usually short and shouldn’t hamper your trip much.
It’s a big country and the Mexico climate varies with the different regions of course: in the higher inland regions it can get quite chilly, particularly in the evenings. From mid August – September it’s the hurricane season in the Caribbean, so you should be aware of potential disruptions in the Cancun area at that time of year.
- I Am Getting Married in Mexico, What Will I Need?
Certified Birth Certificate
Valid Passport. *If you do not have a passport, your Birth Certificate will need an Apostille by the Secretary of State from which the certificate was registered which will need to be translated into Spanish by a professional translator (we can have it translated for you).
*Canadian Citizens: if you do not have a passport, you will need your birth certificate stamped by the Department of Foreign Affairs then legalized by the Mexican Consular office from where your birth certificate was issued.
Copy of a photo ID such as valid driver’s license
Original health certificates, no older than 15 days from the wedding day.Original Blood test results complete of each one, including HIV, RPR (sexually transmitted diseases) and Blood type. These results must be taken no more than 14 days before wedding date. The results will take 24 hrs to be ready.
Divorce Certificate (If one or both are divorced)
FMT Tourist Card (You will get this from the airline when you fly in)
Four legally qualified witnesses (over 18) who must be present.
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