It is your responsibility to check and fulfill the passport, visa, health, and immigration requirements applicable to your itinerary.
You must check the requirements for your own specific circumstances with the relevant Embassies and / or Consulates and your own doctor as applicable.
Requirements do change and you must check the up-to-date position in good time before your experience starts.
For more information, please see our booking conditions:
British passport holders don't need a visa if they're visiting Mexico as a tourist. Please refer to the UK government’s foreign travel advice for Mexico.
Canadian passport holders don't need a visa if they're visiting Mexico as a tourist. Please refer to the Canadian government's travel advice for Mexico.
US passport holders only require a visa if they're visiting Mexico for more than 180 days. You should refer to the U.S Department of State’s information on travel to Mexico.
British, Canadian, and US passport holders need to complete an immigration form and have this with them when they enter and leave Mexico. If you're travelling by air, your airline will give you the immigration form.
You can also get an immigration form when you arrive (forms are available at border crossings or on-board flights to Mexico) or complete it online in advance on the National Institute of Immigration's website. The advance, online option is only possible if your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date you plan to enter Mexico.
Passport holders of other nations should obtain up-to-date advice on passport and visa requirements from the Mexican Embassy before they travel.
Your passport must be valid for the duration of your stay in Mexico.
For up-to-date travel advice in the UK, please visit the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development office website.
For up-to-date travel advice in Canada, please see the Canadian government's travel advice.
For up-to-date travel advice in the US, visit the Travel.State.Gov website.