CONGRATULATIONS CANCUN AND THE MEXICAN CARIBBEAN
For being the 1st destination in Latin America to receive the Global Safety Stamp of Approval "Safe Travels" by the World Travel & Tourism Council
- IATA Code:
- ICAO Code:
- +52 998 848 7200
- KM.22 Cancun, Quintana Roo Mexico 75220
- 86° 52' 37"
- 21° 2' 12"
- World Area Code:
- -6:00 hrs.
Cancun Airport (CUN)
Cancun International Airport (CUN) is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean and the point of entry to the "Mundo Maya". Every year millions of people visit Cancun and the Riviera Maya and the number of visitors is expected to increase rapidly thanks to the new mega-resorts already in construction all over the area.
Major international airlines as well as charter airlines have direct or connecting flights to the airport every day. Now more than ever Cancun Airport International is easy accessible from almost every major city in the world. With first class shops, restaurants and services, Cancun Airport is one of the easiest most convenient airports to fly to/from in Mexico.More
You Need to Know:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you are visiting Mexico you need a Tourist Card which is an Entry Immigration Form that details information about your visit to Mexico. The Tourist Card is per person regardless of age and how long you will stay in Mexico. The information you provide in the Tourist Card is kept by the Mexican Immigration Authority as an official record of your visit to Mexico.
NO, you DO NOT need to send us your passport. On the application form we will ask you for the information we need from your passport in order to process your Tourist Card. When you land in Mexico you will be required to present your passport and your Tourist Card to enter Mexico.
There are two (2) parts of the Immigration Form, the Entry Form & the Exit Form. We will email you both forms already completed with the proper information and when you arrive in Mexico you will immediately proceed to the immigration booth at the airport where the immigration officer will keep the ENTRY Part of your form and he/she will stamp the Exit Part of the form which you will keep while in Mexico. When you are checking in for your flight back home, you will present the Exit Part of your form along with your passport.
This is the most common question we get. From breast milk, to live animals, to medicine, to cigarettes, gift bags for your wedding, etc. If you are coming from ANY country outside of Mexico then there are limitations on what you can bring into Mexico. The same goes for what you can take OUT of Mexico. Because this is a CUSTOMS question it is better that you check with your nearest MEXICAN CONSULATE prior to your trip. Here is a link to Mexican Consulates around the world: http://directorio.sre.gob.mx/index.php/consulados-de-mexico-en-el-exterior
Please be aware that we WILL NOT answer to emails regarding CUSTOMS questions as we are not authorized to give official information. Please contact your nearest Mexican Consulate for details and documentation.
Yes, and as such it is regulated by international treaties and laws.