SAFETY IN MEXICO
MEXICO BASS FISHING
All of our bass fishing anglers and hunters are picked up at the airport when they arrive and taken directly to the lodge. After their fishing trip is completed, they are returned to the airport. Our lodge owner or his driver stays with them until they are on the plane when leaving.
Is it safe to travel in Mexico?
Don’t let news stories deter you from traveling to this vibrant Latin American destination. Mexico is a safe country. In general, if you’re not taking part in illegal activities or going to the wrong parts of town you don’t have anything to worry about.
Mexico is safer than many cities in the U.S.
MORE THAN 150,000 AMERICANS SAFELY VISIT Mexico EVERY DAY. Mexico is safer than many major U.S. cities. Travelers feel relatively safe visiting popular U.S. cities like Miami, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, New Orleans, Washington D.C, or Atlanta. Visitors from around the world enjoy these vibrant cities in relative, reasonable safety. Yet each of these cities is statistically less safe than Mexico.
Media Favoritism versus Facts
New Orleans is often showcased in the news. The FBI reports the murder rate of New Orleans is declining; but it is nearly 4 times higher than all of Mexico and over 5 times higher than Mexico City. New Orleans is still an amazing place to visit and the media is right to encourage tourists to visit this inspirational city. But Mexico is at least as remarkable and there is a clear difference in how each of these compared destinations is portrayed in contemporary news.