After a year of pandemic that put most vacations on hold, traveling for pleasure is starting to pick up speed once again, and as people look to book their vacations for Spring Break and Summer, their favorite hot spots are at the top of mind. Destinations like Loreto, Mexico have seen a spike in the number of reservations made at their top resorts, and as one of the safest places to travel in the country, there is no doubt that a trip to Baja’s coast will be one to remember. For those looking for a safe and trusted destination while escaping crowds of vacationers, the small coastal town of Loreto, Mexico is a true paradise.
Is Loreto, Mexico Open for Tourists?
Yes, the city of Loreto, Mexico currently has an open-door policy for foreign and national tourism. Loreto passed through the peak of the pandemic relatively unscathed, maintaining the lowest number of cases in the state and keeping its citizens and visitors safe from the spread of disease.
Do I Need a COVID Test to Travel?
Mexico is open to travelers from the US and Canada, and those who cross the border into Mexico won’t need a COVID test to enter the country. However, visitors from the US and Canada will need a COVID test to return home; a requirement placed on all passengers traveling into the United States or Canada from every destination in the world. Within three days of your departing flight, you’ll need to take a PCR or rapid COVID test. Once you have your results, you’ll need to present them at the airport before being allowed access to boarding. At Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, you’ll find convenient and safe testing for guests, and while the overwhelming majority of travelers coming out of Loreto have tested negative for the virus, resorts have secure quarantine protocols in place for anyone who does test positive.
How Safe is Loreto, Mexico?
Loreto, Mexico has long been considered one of the safest places to travel in Mexico. Its quiet streets and small-town hospitality make travelers from around the world feel welcome and comfortable, but given the current circumstances, it’s also important to consider sanitation and health when determining the true safety of a city. Loreto continues to implement a variety of preventive measures to keep COVID at bay, and because of this, local resorts, such as Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, have earned the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council. In many ways however, how safe your trip is will depend in part on your own choices. By following the local guidelines and wearing a mask, you’ll help keep yourself and the local community safe.
What Can I Do in Loreto?
The safest places to travel right now are those with outdoor spaces where you can breathe in the fresh air and practice social distancing, and in Loreto, the best activities are outside. Spend your vacation hiking through the mountains, snorkeling and paddleboarding at sea, or playing TPC Danzante Bay, one of the country’s top golf courses. Unlike other destinations where indoor museums and crowded nightclubs are the top attractions, you can enjoy the best of Loreto in a safe and secure way.
Because this city is filled with natural and cultural beauty, travelers have been anxiously awaiting the green light for travel to Loreto, Mexico. The city’s swift and continued implementation of preventive measures has made it so that resorts and businesses can welcome back travelers in a safe and responsible way. With its reputation for safety and the variety of outdoor adventures that await visitors, it’s the perfect destination for your 2021 vacation.