is costa maya mexico a safe destination

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    Here are some common-sense steps you can take to reduce the risk of running into trouble:

    Don’t wander off alone, especially if you aren’t familiar with the area.

    Be very careful trusting people you meet on vacation. Remember they are, in reality, strangers.

    Don’t flash your wallet or valuables in public. If possible, don’t wear flashy jewelry or clothes that attract too much attention.

    Be aware of your surroundings. If something feels weird, leave. Trust your instincts if they try to warn you.
    I dont believe any place in Mexico is safe, Dont get me wrong the mexican people are great, It the Goverment is all on the take. Every person thre feels that every penny in your pocket belongs to them its just how they can take it from you. When on vacation I dont like to always be hastled by people begging and thy ing to sell me junk.

    I was amazed at the amount of poverty & begging there.

    And now they're trying to move to the states and turn it into a poverty stricken wasteland too. Then it will truly feel like home to them. That's a country of people who need to rise up against their government and take their land back instead of trying to take ours.
    What also bothers me is you go for a good lobster dinner and it cost basicly the same as the USA but they pay there people almost nothing and the rich get richer, We have it so good here
    No place in Mexico is safe. The cartel has killed a few tourist at the resorts in Cancun recently. Was in Tijuana many years back. Never seen so many whores in one place. Children soliciting there mothers and sisters. Poverty big time.

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