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Mexico is a beautiful country with a dynamic history and is a fantastic holiday destination for travellers. That said, certain Mexican states and cities are conversely infamous for cartel activity and violence. In January , the US ordered a level 4 travel warning for the states Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacan, Guerrero, and Tamaulipas due to the danger posed to visitors. There are certain cities within these states as well as in others that should especially be avoided.
According to Time Magazine, The United States State Department has issued a level 2 travel advisory for Mexico overall, which recommends international tourists be more cautious while traveling. Aside from a few hotspots of crime, most of Mexico is safe for tourists. Within Tamaulipas are cities Reynosa and Ciudad Victoria, the capital, both with their own respective travel warnings.
Visitors are encouraged to avoid even travel through Tamaulipas, since gangs often target tourist coaches and other passenger buses and ransom hostages. Its position on the U. This cartel is extremely decentralised, meaning its power lies in smaller, local groups of gangs rather than with one kingpin controlling one area of territory.
Criminals are very good at targeting tourists, and especially for petty theft like pickpocketing. Driving outside the city is considered risky and foreigners are advised against traveling at night. Department of State has issued a level 3 warning for the state of Durango, urging travellers to reconsider trips planned to the area.
Highways and casinos are treated as especially dangerous. Durango city, the capital of its namesake state, is much safer than the surrounding countryside, like most of the country. There has been a major increase in bad behaviour within the city, where violence has long been prevalent. Its danger rate is one of the highest in the world, listed as the 36th most dangerous in by Business Insider. Police presence here is higher than in other places, which, in turn, is safer.