Travel Insurance for US Citizens in Mexico

US citizens traveling to Mexico can purchase travel insurance plans to get cover for their stay. Complete this quote form to compare plans offered by US insurance providers.

Complete the form and get free quotes

1. Traveler's age
     Spouse
2. Maximum Coverage:
3. Coverage Region:
USA Only Including USA & Canada Excluding USA
4. Citizenship:
Non-USA USA

Popular travel insurance quotes for Age:

Atlas International by HCCMIS
  • Maximum coverage#1
  • Deductible#2
  • Benefit Period: 180 days
  • Renewable: extended up to 36 monthsMore...


  • $5 for 14 days of coverage BUY
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Liaison Continent by Seven corners
  • Maximum coverage#1
  • Deductible#2
  • Co Insurance Options
  • Benefit Period: 180 days
  • Renewable: up to 187 daysMore...
  • $4 for 14 days of coverage BUY
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Patriot International by IMG
  • Maximum coverage#1
  • Deductible#2
  • Benefit Period: 180 days
  • Renewable: up to two years,More...


  • $17.50 for 14 days of coverage BUY
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#1: Maximum Coverage is the maximum eligible medical expenses that the plan will cover.

#2: Deductible is the amount of expenses that must be paid out of pocket before an insurer will pay any expenses.

Fill the form to get trip coverage

1.Place of residence
2. Traveler's age(s):
3. Cost per person (In $):
4. Trip start date:
5. Trip end date:

Popular Insurance plans

Patriot Trip
by IMG
  • Trip Cancellation
    trip cost to maximum of $25,000
  • Medical Coverage
    $25,000
  • Baggage Loss
    $1,500
  • Pre-existing Conditions Waiver
    purchase within 15 days of trip deposit, More...
Round Trip
by Seven Corners
  • Trip Cancellation
    trip cost to maximum of $20,000
  • Medical Coverage
    $75,000
  • Baggage Loss
    $1,000
  • Pre-existing Conditions Waiver
    purchase within 10 days of trip deposit, More...
Travel Select
by Travelex
  • Trip Cancellation
    trip cost to maximum of $25,000
  • Medical Coverage
    $50,000
  • Baggage Loss
    $1,000
  • Pre-existing Conditions Waiver
    purchase within 21 days of trip deposit, More...
Travel Max
by Travelex
  • Trip Cancellation
    trip cost to maximum of $50,000
  • Medical Coverage
    $100,000
  • Baggage Loss
    $2,500
  • Pre-existing Conditions Waiver
    purchase within 30 days of trip deposit, More...

About Mexico

Mexico with a population of over 100 million, is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area and the thirteenth largest independent nation in the world. Mexico with its high mountains, deep canyons, sweeping deserts in the north, lush forests in the south and east, attractive beaches and coral reefs attracts hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. It offers attractions like camping, diving, extreme sports, water sports, theme parks, shopping, a lot of historic sights, nightlife... Added to tourism, US citizens also visit Mexico to visit family and for business.

US insurance for travel to Mexico

American citizens are encouraged to register their personal and travel information at Smart Travelers Enrollment Program (STEP) while they are visiting abroad.
The need for registration is to share traveler's contact details so that the embassy can contact them in case of an emergency. US citizens can spare a few minutes online enrolling for STEP and buying insurance coverage before traveling abroad.

Need for insurance

US domestic insurance plans usually do not cover the insured outside the US national boundary and it is recommended that US citizens travelling to Mexico purchase insurance to be secure in case of a medical emergency. Travelers can shop for insurance using our compare form.

The insurance coverage will assist US citizens while paying medical bills in case of a medical emergency. Some medical benefits are coverage for hospitalization expenses, emergency medical evacuation, repatriation of remains, accidental death and dismemberment... However, it should be noted that most insurance plans do not cover the insured for pre existing medical condition.

Entry and Exit requirements in Mexico

US citizens visiting this place must be aware that any medicine classified as a controlled medicine including antibiotics can not be purchased in Mexico without the prescription of a Mexican physician.
Purchasing a controlled medicine without the prescription of Mexican federal registered physician is a serious crime for both the buyer and the seller. The prescription given to American citizens by a physician in the USA will be invalid in Mexico.