U.S. Embassy Updates Travel Warnings For Spring Breakers In 6 Mexican States

Several alerts are being sent by American authorities to spring breakers heading to Mexico: Be on the lookout for illegal activity, beware of fake medications, stay away from alcohol that isn’t regulated, and don’t own or use drugs.

Authorities, however, do not generally advise visitors to avoid the country, pointing out that “thousands” of Americans spend spring break there each year and “the vast majority travel safely”

The advice comes from a spring break travel advisory sent out this week by the U.S. Embassy and consulates in Mexico, and it comes in the wake of several high-profile outbreaks of unrest or violence this year in Mexico. Most recently, two

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