Is Traveling To Mexico Safe?

Current Travel Updates and Our Safety Measures

Traveling hundreds or thousands of miles can bring fears of safety while traveling to receive cancer treatment. Hope4Cancer takes many measures to ensure the safety of all patients and guests.

In fact, Hope4Cancer has NEVER experienced a safety issue since its inception in 2000.

Safety Measures Hope4Cancer Takes

Outpatients and their travel companions stay at hotels that are fully vetted by Hope4Cancer and the clinic transportation picks them up and drops them off each day. Patients and their travel companions in Baja are also picked up from the airport and escorted to Hope4Cancer and then back when they return home. Hope4Cancer takes all safety measures possible to avoid even minor travel incidents. Many patients also travel around the area to explore Tijuana and Cancun and our staff provides guidance to ensure their safety.

Hope4Cancer takes all precautions and will contact patients if there is a serious travel concern.

U.S. Travels Advisory to Mexico

The U.S. occasionally issues travels advisories to Mexico. As of January 10th, 2018, the U.S. has issued the statements below, along with a travel advisory to five states within Mexico. Neither Hope4Cancer locations in Baja or Cancun are within the states that include the travel advisories.

You can review any current travel advisories by visiting travel.state.gov.

“There are no restrictions on U.S. government employees for travel in Quintana Roo state, which includes tourist areas such as: Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and the Riviera Maya.”

“There are no U.S. government restrictions in tourist areas in Baja California, which includes: Ensenada, Rosarito, and Tijuana.”

We recommend visiting http://howsafeismexico.com for information about traveling in Mexico as you plan your trip to Hope4Cancer.

Request a free consultation for specific questions about traveling to Hope4Cancer and to start planning your trip.

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