by | Jul 3, 2024 | Travel Tips

During hurricane season, situations can spiral out of control due to natural disasters. Feeling worried while traveling is natural, but it’s crucial to stay calm and act quickly and safely to protect your life and others’. Here are some basic tips to help you prepare:

  1. Research before traveling: Learn about natural risks in the area you plan to visit. This includes earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, floods, etc.


  1. Register with embassies or consulates: If you’re in a foreign country, register with your country’s embassy or consulate. This will facilitate communication in case of an emergency.


  1. Keep someone informed: Inform a trusted person about your travel plans and how they can reach you. This is crucial if local communications are disrupted.


  1. Follow local recommendations: Pay attention to alerts and warnings from local authorities. Follow their instructions and evacuate if necessary.


  1. Have an emergency kit: Include bottled water, non-perishable food, medications, flashlight, portable radio, basic first aid kit, and important documents (passport, medical insurance, etc.).


  1. Stay informed: Use reliable sources to get updated information about the situation. Avoid spreading rumors that could cause panic.


  1. Explore accommodation options: If you need to stay in the city due to the cancellation, inquire whether the airline provides accommodation or if you’re entitled to compensation for additional expenses.

If you find yourself enjoying the beautiful beaches of the Riviera Maya or Cancun while hearing about the likelihood of storms, you may find the beaches less crowded and can still enjoy the area with precautions.

In summary, the key is to stay calm and act in an organized and responsible manner to manage an emergency situation during a trip so you can continue with your travel plans as safely and conveniently as possible.

Weather check for Cancun: https://www.meteored.mx/clima_Cancun-America+Norte-Mexico-Quintana+Roo-MMUN-1-22363.html

CONAGUA: https://smn.conagua.gob.mx/es/

NOAA: Weather | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (noaa.gov)


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