Entry Requirements—For U.S. Citizens a valid passport is the only document required to enter Mexico for stays of up to 60 days.
Immunizations and Health—No immunizations are currently required for travel to Poland, but it is wise to have your inoculations up-to-date. Is your tetanus booster current?
Exit Requirements—There is currently no separate departure tax required of visitors leaving Mexico other than that included with the cost of your airline ticket.
On this tour, international airfare is NOT included. We encourage you to work with Steven Goldberg at Frosch Travel in Chicago, who knows the best flights to get you to Mexico City.
You will need to arrive by mid-afternoon on March 23, 2018 at the latest. Late night departure in the evening of March 27, 2018 or the very early morning hours on March 28, 2018.
Steven Goldberg / Frosch Travel
Toll-Free in USA: 1-800-323-1276
International guests, please call +1-312-371-9686
When calling, please identify yourself as a Toto Tours participant. If you leave a message on Steven’s voice mail, he will return your call promptly. He will be happy to discuss your travel plans and help you decide when to purchase your ticket for the best rate.
NOTE: The recent trend in travel is for travelers to finalize their plans much closer to departure time than was customary in the past. While we try to be as flexible as possible we often must turn away last minute registrants because we relinquish hotel space and air reservations 8 – 12 weeks prior to departure! Please keep this in mind when making your travel plans.
In March, average daily temperatures in Mexico City range from a low of 50 degrees at night to a high of 75 degrees during the day. You won’t need a suit jacket or tie, as the tour is informal and dinner attire will be casual, but you will want nice casual outfits for dinners. Try to pack light and bring only one piece of luggage plus your carry-on. Create mix and match outfits, and think about layering! Pack any medications you require in a carry-on bag and leave expensive jewelry at home.
Suggested Packing List:
Mexico’s currency is the Mexican Peso (MXP), with bills in 20, 50, 100 and 500 MXP denominations and coins in .50, 1, 2, 5 and 10 pesos. Although most tourist centers widely accept U.S. dollars, we recommend using Pesos during your visit. Money exchange facilities offer the best exchange rate. On April 18, 2017, the exchange rate was 18.83 MXP to the U.S. $1.00.
Tipping in Mexico: Tipping guidelines for Mexico are nearly the same as tipping guidelines used in the United States or Canada, with some exceptions. Most service employees earn very little or no base salary and the tips they earn comprise the vast majority of their overall income. In restaurants, it is customary to leave your server a tip of 15% of the cost of the food/beverages before the value added tax.
Toto Tours provides Adventure Travel Experiences as differentiated from tours in the traditional sense. Adventure Travel allows (even encourages) you to be an active participant. Adventurers can be identified by certain traits. They are:
Make plans now to leave chilly climates behind and escape south of the border with us to sunny Mexico! If you have any questions, please call us toll-free at: 800-565-1241.
We recommend you purchase travel insurance with Travel Guard to cover for unforeseen events prior to and during your trip. Please follow the link below or call us for more information.