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Mexico is Now Open! How Digital Nomads Can Remain Safe When Traveling to Mexico

Mexico is open to tourists again. That includes American travelers too. 

It’s no secret that travel is one of our favorite things to do. But we won’t do it unless safety is guaranteed. With COVID-19, this is a major concern among avid travelers and digital nomads alike. 

Traveling Safely

So we’re staying on top of what travel and tourism companies are doing to keep visitors safe from getting infected. For example, reinstating cleaning protocols that are effective. One of our favorite coworking retreats in Playa del Carmen started with this and many other spaces are as well.

So for digital nomads traveling in the midst of COVID-19, it’s important to know all of the safety precautions in place. Keep yourself informed of these when planning and making your decision

Use Adventurely

Adventurely helps you meet awesome people when you travel. Then based on your curated wish list of activities, you can make plans with others with similar interests to you. 

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With Mexico reopening, Adventurely wants to ensure lots of fun that doesn’t jeopardize the safety. In order to do so, they are partnering with the Mexpats Club. 

The Mexpats Club & Adventurely

The Mexpats Club is a Facebook Group of 5000+ people helping digital nomads and expats in Mexico find information and services.

Now members can find detailed information about the safety protocols and logistics to protect themselves from COVID-19 in both Tulum and Playa del Carmen, Mexico. A significant step to helping make travel safe again.

Listen in on this episode from Adventurely’s podcast with the founder of the Mexpats Club. They provide you with information specific to traveling to Tulum and Playa del Carmen.

Covered in the episode:

  • Logistics on going to beaches
  • Safety protocols restaurants are using
  • What’s happening with the ADO bus to get around
  • And more!

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