Cancun & Riviera Maya: Safe Destinations – Infographic

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Dear friends,

With the assistance of our friends Bella & Ivan from esturisti.co, we developed a nice infographic showing distances from Cancun & Riviera Maya to the spots mentioned in the last USA Travel Warnings, along with statistics about violence in Cancun & Riviera Maya vs the rest of Mexico.

We will keep this document updated.; as soon as we get new data, we’ll modify the infographic to reflect the latest numbers and stats.

We hope its useful. Feel free to download and share it!

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6 Comments

  1. Hello – I like the map as a way to make sense out of the data. I am not sure about the driving time between Miami and Los Angeles, or Cancun and Tijuana for that matter. I don't think it can be done in two days, from Miami to Los Angeles takes probably between 5 and 6 days in a realistic setting.

    • Hi Alice. The distances are approximate and were obtained using Google Maps. Naturally, there's always going to be different time lapses depending on weather, speed, etc. Thanks for your comment! 🙂

  2. Hello – I like the map as a way to make sense out of the data. I am not sure about the driving time between Miami and Los Angeles, or Cancun and Tijuana for that matter. I don't think it can be done in two days, from Miami to Los Angeles takes probably between 5 and 6 days in a realistic setting.

    • Hi Alice. The distances are approximate and were obtained using Google Maps. Naturally, there's always going to be different time lapses depending on weather, speed, etc. Thanks for your comment! 🙂

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