Tuesday, October 1, 2019

10 of the Most Dangerous Cities in Mexico to visit

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TYGus Source The travel

Mexico is a wonderful country to visit, but there are some areas of the country that aren't safe for visitors to take a trip to. It's always important to research your destination before you head out on a trip, but going to Mexico is a place that you really need to research.

To see 10 dangerous cities in Mexico you should avoid visiting, keep reading!

Ciudad Juárez is a city located in the northern part of Mexico, close to El Paso, Texas. This city is often simply referred to as Juárez and is definitely one of the first cities that many people think of when they think about Mexico.

The population in Juárez has grown pretty dramatically over the past couple decades but unfortunately, so has the crime rate. As Juárez becomes a bigger and bigger city, the crime rate in this city rises, too. The number of people whose lives have been taken in this city puts Juárez in the top 50 for the most dangerous and violent cities in the world.

Celaya is a city in Mexico that has been a fairly popular tourist destination in Mexico for quite some time. Unfortunately, crime has been on the rise in Celaya in recent years, causing this city to become less and less of a city that tourists should be putting on their travel bucket lists.

Although the more tourist-frequented areas in most cities in Mexico are relatively safe, there are still some cities that people should rethink visiting. Celaya is a city that has a lot of tourist destinations and hotels that draw in many visitors, but the crime rate in this city has been increasing lately and it makes it one many tourists choose to avoid.



For anyone that has traveled to Mexico or considered going there, including Acapulco on a list of cities in Mexico that are dangerous may seem unusual. Large parts of this city are incredibly safe and friendly to tourists! There are a lot of high-end resorts and hotels that make visiting this city a draw for people that want a luxurious vacation in Mexico.

But outside of those luxurious, tourist-oriented areas, Acapulco is a pretty dangerous city. Outside of the hotels and luxurious beaches, there's a lot of poverty and problems with the quality of life in this city, leading to an increase in crime. If you're visiting Acapulco, it's important not to wander too far from your resort.

Coatzacoalcos is a city on the coast of Mexico that is known for being the birthplace of actress Salma Hayek as well as a number of other notable people. This coastal city has a long history and a lot of unique places for people that want to experience the culture of Mexico to visit.

Despite the draws of the city, there are a lot of reasons that visitors should reconsider a visit to this port city. A large number of people who live in this city reported that they consider their city to be unsafe. Though this city may be good for a visit to see the coast and explore the city for a day, it's best not to stay too long.



Tepic is a historic Mexican city located in the western part of the country. Although this city may look like one that visitors from all over the world would want to visit in order to experience the rich history and see the colonial Spanish buildings, Tepic is one city to skip.


With a population of just over 500,000, there was enough dangerous crime happening that a warning was issued that people should avoid the area as much as possible. Although this was issued in 2017, crime is still a major concern in Tepic, causing many visitors to avoid this city at all costs.

Uruapan is a city in Mexico that was founded back in 1533. Because this city has been a part of Mexico for so long, there's definitely a lot of history here and it's an important part of the culture of Mexico. There are a lot of landmarks here that draw in people from all over the world.

Despite the fact that Uruapan is such an important historical and cultural part of Mexico's history, it's not necessarily one that visitors should be rushing to visit. Uruapan has been in the news in recent years because of a spike in cartel-related crime, causing tourists to be advised to steer clear of Uruapan.

Culiacán is a city located just inward from the Pacific coast of Mexico. This city draws in a lot of tourists because of the nearby beaches and hot springs and other tourist attractions like malls, parks, and water parks that are in the city. Even though there are a lot of things for tourists to do in Culiacán, it's still one that many visitors shy away from because of its reputation.

This city happens to be home to an incredibly powerful cartel and the crime related to this cartel calling Culiacán home has made people wary of the city. Although it's relatively safe to visit if you stay in the more tourist-friendly areas, it's not recommended to venture into the rest of the city.

Like Juárez, Tijuana is one of the first cities that many people think of when they think about Mexico. Tijuana is located right there at the border between the United States and Mexico and is a really busy border crossing.

Although Tijuana is definitely an interesting city and one that many people visit because of the fact that it's so close to US cities like San Diego, it's one that is still very dangerous. In 2019, OSAC gave Mexico a level 2 rating, meaning that visitors should exercise increased caution if they choose to visit this country and cited Tijuana as one of the cities that is the most dangerous.


Mazatlán is a coastal town in Mexico and is a really popular tourist destination. The fact that it's right on the beach and has aquariums, amusement parks, and tours around this historic city makes it one that many visitors put on their Mexico vacation bucket list.

Unfortunately, outside of the really popular tourist-friendly areas of the city, Mazatlán is a dangerous part of Mexico. There's been a spike in crime in the outer regions of this city recently and tourists are advised not to go out on the town at night because of it.

Irapuato is a city in Mexico that doesn't have quite as large of a population as some other cities in this country, but it's still one that has become known for being a relatively dangerous city. Many tourists are advised to be careful when visiting Irapuato because of the rise in crime in recent years.

Although the city had a fairly safe history, recent turf issues with rival cartel groups has made this city a fairly dangerous one, both for tourists and for locals. Even though there are a lot of tourist destinations in Irapuato like parks, zoos, and shopping centers, visitors are encouraged to be safe when visiting this city.


Chivis Note:

Whereas there may arguments about a city on the list or one that is not---it remains a list to add to other information and to do further research on places on the list that you may be considering visiting. 

The state department website warnings are a good place to begin.  Although the State Department tend to be conservative in determining which states to flag, by reading the reasons why the city is on the danger list is important.  Few cities have a blanket warning not to go, and will be rated for dangerous level.  These list are usually compiled by using data collected per capita.  And cities pertain to those most traveled by U.S. citizens.

In the  20 million visits by Americans each year,  less than 100 die by various  causes, mostly ODs and drownings.

Being informed or "know before you go" inducing the latest info about the area you are travelling. The State Department website is good, also fill out your itinerary for the consulate office closes to your travel.

The consulate is a good source of recent violence against Americans in the area you plan to travel. Avoid travel at night, and if you do travel at night stay within the resort area.

Always be aware of your surroundings, which includes don't get stupid drunk---stay in you hotel room if you want to just do that.

Use outside ATM’s with caution, a better bet is using one within a building or bank.

I also say if something looks 'off' react to it to be safe. That saved me, my best friend, her teen daughter and my assistant from being kidnapped in Nuevo Laredo.

Mexico is safe for Americans just be cautions. Resort areas and hotel zones  are the safest.
Another ting use toll roads----always.

There are certain states like Guerrero and cities check the state department website---that I would not travel to unless it is urgent or a city with  low level state department warning but also check surrounding cities.

Cancun has had a strong uptick in valence because or territorial warring, but almost all of the violence is away from the hotel zone and resort area. 

119 comments:

  1. I spent a few days in Coatzacoalcos in March of this year and loved it. I am gringissimo but my wife is Mexican. We stayed mostly in the Laguna Ostión area but we spent a lot of time in the city too with no problems at all. Beautiful place with beautiful people. Such a shame what is happening there now.

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  2. Just avoid Mexico altogether, much safer.

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  3. Hopefully someday Mexico 🇲🇽 will be a safe place...LM10

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    1. There are many beautiful places in Mexico to visit.
      Next I post top safest places in Mexico to visit

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    2. Thanks for the info. We love puerto penasco in north Sonora.

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    3. Won’t happen unless US drastically changes drug policy

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    4. Look forward to that too. Thanks Chivis
      Mica

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    5. It's generally safe, I just visited Tijuana, got drunk, was annoying, got lost, and had fun. I was the dangerous one.

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    6. Durango is one of the safest.

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    7. No security worse than ever with Almo. Almo does not want tourists in Mexico anymore

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    8. Safe means for me, get into a car and drive all over the country and police just asking how it’s going. So it’s a Long way to go. Don’t give up beautiful Mexico, just get of rid of these politicians.

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    9. Thanks Chivis! So sad to see such beautiful cities listed as "no go zones."

      Look forward to the 'Safest Cities' list....

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    10. Everywhere in the world there is violence, they always try to talk bad about Mexico to avoid tourism to Mexico

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    11. AMLO best president they have ever had. Wanting to in the future give tourists free medical. So whoever said he doesn't want tourists is wrong.

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    12. What about Los Cabos? That should rank #1 most dangerous. Nobody even mention it. I was robbed in Peanuts and Beer in Tijuana by 3 cops while taking a dump on the toilet!

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    13. Hi Chivis, it's amazing how willing you are to mention the 10 most dangerous city's in Mexico, I'm starting to believe that you don't watch the news of all the dangerous city's in the USA, not to mention schools,mall's, churches, night clubs, etc.etc because if you did it would actually make Mexico look like Disney Land
      Please don't throw stones when we live in a glass house

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    14. I hope u right

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    15. jeeze Willito! This is a blog about Mexico--not Canada, US Nica, Brazil or Europe

      I have never once been asked about any of those countries but regularly get asked about Mexico travel ---get a grip Unknown

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    16. 11:19 be lucky nobody is calling you #Lady Caca.
      I hope you left a good big steamy stinking crap for your damages.

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  4. Coatzacoalcos? You must be kidding. No tourists go there.

    "The city's industry is dominated by the petrochemical sector. Four big industrial petrochemical complexes are located near the city (Pajaritos, Cosoleacaque, Morelos and Cangrejera) making it one of the most important concentrations of its kind in the world. The state-owned Pemex Petroquímica subsidiary is headquartered in Coatzacoalcos and 85% of its production is concentrated there."

    What about Chilpancingo and Taxco?

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  5. Two in sinaloa, and two in guanajuato..
    Sinaloa is always on top 5 ever since I can remember but I keep reading from Tony is that say there is no violence there.. Ridiculous

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    1. Jaja ja and the cds cheerleaders keep saying they have sinaloa on lock specially culiacan they cant even take care of a small city and they want to go into others states, the days when they could go into others states and talk crap because the marines help them are over and will never come back, since the Z's showed every body they were all talk nobody respects them anymore

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  6. What about Cuauhtémoc? Chihuahua. People go missing without a sound or trace.

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    1. do you know how many people in the US go missing every year? it is the same all over

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  7. I'm an American living in Mazatlan, and not in the tourist areas. I have heard nothing about problems in the outer areas of the city. Mazatlan has a reputation for violence but it has been tranquilo for several years. I'm very surprised that there's no mention of Guanajato, Nuevo Laredo, Tampico, Orizaba, and others. Mazatlan is as safe a city as you're going to find in Mexico right now.

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    1. I have to agree with you "no name" my wife and I go there every year for the last 20, looking forward to come down again this year in February, people are terrific the ladies are drop dead gorgeous and in out on the strip late at night alot...would like more infro about this. we have never ever had even a hit of a problem there, and of coarse we use common since. in what ever we do.

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  8. cool I’ll be going to Morelia and apatzingan

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  9. Celaya made the list before Reynosa?? I would've thought all the border states including Nayarit would make the list?? Aver cuando se calma la situacion en todo Mexico..Como dice Jose Luis Orozco "quiermos paz en este mundo".. thanks Chivis for posting up the 10 most dangerous spots to visit..Arriba la cajeta de Celaya

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    1. Since when is Nayarit a "border" state? Please check your facts

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    2. 2:34 no te cagues porque Nayarit no es un "border state",
      Pero si es un reino del crimen organizado, definitivamente propiedad del gobierno.

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  10. Mexico is a safe place it's all depends what the tours are looking for if they look for trouble they find it but if they go there just for their own vacation that's not a problem we go there every year and I never seeing anything bad

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    1. @7:07 well open your eyes more.

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    2. Unknown---stop with your trolling. You send in comments pro and con for each subject and say you live in the uS then just about e very city reported about in Mexico.

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  11. So Beltran Leyva still strong in Mazatlan it seems.

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    1. no. BL doesnt exist in mazatlan for years.

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    2. My husband is from Mazatlan we moved from Vancouver and have lived here for 15 years and and never 1 problem. Also all family members never a problem. Have walked historic streets at midnight never a problem. These articles need to do a lot more research before posting nonsense.

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    3. 7:24 just because you had no problems doesnt meen its safe

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    4. Lucky not border stayes

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  12. I’ve said it once , I’ve said it a million times. AS LONG AS YOURE NOT OFF THE BEATING PATH, or doing shady stuff, Mexico is the safest most beautiful place to
    Visit, it’s all media hype/

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    1. Yeah sure...i grew up near Tijuana and have heard hundreds of absolute horror stories as long as I can remember. I even know of a surfer kid who was takin to the hills by the cops, robbed and sexually assaulted at gun point. Ive been robbed by the police many times simply for walking down the street at night. Yeah sometimes its safe but sometimes its not at all..Dont talk about stuff you dont know about.

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  13. I am so surprised Nuevo Laredo is not on here

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    1. Nuevo Laredo is way safer than Reynosa

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  14. Is it 10 being the most dangerous 1 being least of other way around ?

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  15. i think Matamoros, Tamps, where my mom is from, is pretty dangerous. TJ, thats obviously real bad.

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    1. I have no problems in Matamores

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  16. This list is horrible but I do agree with Acapulco tho
    Its been dead for years

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  17. Army must take over the country and execute 100,000 dealers, in and out of prison

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    1. Than invade the neighboring countries and do the same.........just Cuz you gave the order boss

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    2. 8:44 I hereby sentence you and your jundillo
      to be the first executed.
      Shet, I would do it myself...

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  18. Best advice, stay in the tourist areas, this s a fact for almost every country on earth that has a crime problem.

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  19. Great information. Thanks very much!

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  20. The most dangerous cities in the USA to visit; well, just read any daily news to hear about drive-by shootings and serial killers and inner-city gang violence and mass murders and on and on, I don't want to go visit. Just food for thought not taking anything away from the good journalism that you showed in the article about violence in Mexico's cities, but just wanted to remind folks that the roads are not paved in gold elsewhere either. The article just reminded me of many comments throughout BB history touting "America" USA as Godly compared to the other Americas such as Mexico; simplistic comparisons outside Mexico by patriots from other countries and within Mexico among Mexicans too are uncertain. I know it is common to want to compare numbers, but it hurts for any individual to be killed no matter what country or manner of slaughter. Thanks.

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    1. The topic is Mexico, not the USA.

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    2. You can't compare Mexico with USA. Here in the states i can go on a road trip anywhere in the country, I can drive anywhere at night and feel safe. You cant do that in Mexico.

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    3. At 7:13, you need glasses to read, or you're BB patrol perhaps--you big chief okay. Feel better now?

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    4. At 8:44. Then you lead a very sheltered life. Go drive the inner cities at night--the streets--talk with night cops in the inner cities. "Oh I feel safe, I feel good," then out of nowhere . . . splat, no more feeling good anymore.

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    5. Yeah that’s why Mexicans and Central Americans are immigrating to the USA by the thousands since it’s so dangerous and all...
      I have Mexican friends and they complain about the corruption of the police in Mexico...
      They don’t call the police because they don’t trust them and a lot of times the cops never show up anyway...
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    6. Sure I want to see you driving in one of Oakland's hoods at night !

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    7. I'm Mexican and living in one of the very cities on this list and let me tell you, the reputation that this is giving my country is exaggerated. Name any country and they all have bad cities and things to talk bad about.
      I'm just saying you got to see for yourself before coming here to judge.

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    8. 902 your way off in comparisons, your blind as ALMO, of all the crime that goes in Mexico.

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    9. 7:58 you might need to see the oculist too,
      Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is AMLO...
      Entiendes gueey?

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  21. Mexican don't respects tourist like before.i visits Mexico past30years.kidnapping 11-12years young kids for rensom.you don't pay.they sell body parts to reach peaple for transplant.look exsample Guadalajara month August hammer plastic bags vith body parts.over 3000 kidnapping this year I been there!

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  22. Only thing right about this list is Tijuana being in the top 3. Fresnillo , Laredo , Cancún, Hermosillo, ensenada , leon, torreón

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    1. You are delusional and criminal to pump Mexico as a safe tourist destination!

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  23. They all look so beautiful. Cheers to the future

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  24. I frequent Culiacán and Mazatlán a few times a year and let me tell you as long as your not involved in any shady shit you’ll be ok just like they say if you’re playing with fire your going to get burned. Only thing you see are punteros everywhere but there not there to hurt you they’re there to make sure to keep an eye out for police presence..

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  25. Isn't everywhere in Mexico dangerous?

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  26. As any country, there are good cities and bad. Just gotta practice extra precaution in shady neighborhoods. I'm from California and been living in Puerto Vallarta for couple mos now (this is my 8th visit here) and I absolutely love it! It's safe, friendly and welcoming locals, and food is just so deliciou . Viva la Mexico!

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  27. When I think of Acapulco I think of that video where they cut that kids heart out. iirc it was just on the outskirts, or it might have been that video where they dismembered the guy and beat him with his own leg while he was still alive. Brutal stuff.

    I’m surprised NL, Ciudad Victoria or Reynosa didn’t make the list. Hopefully progress has happened in those cities.

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  28. Uruapan is from where most of my family is from. Sad to see it on this list because the people there are so nice and humble.

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  29. Disagree that Acapulco has safe areas. I frequent Acapulco and tourists mostly from Mexico City get caught up in shootings. Even the diamond zone has plenty of violence. Just look at that famous photographer. Shootings are pretty much daily along the costera heart of the tourist zone. I presume if you never leave your hotel your safety increases 10 fold but if you step out into the street you are in more potential danger than any US city excluding a pure ghetto. Even paradise restaurant had a killing a few weeks back. The entire city is lawless

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  30. Guadalajara and Mexico City are my favorite. Just like in the USA as long as you don't do elicit or find yourself in high crime areas at 3am taking selfies you should be ok.

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  31. Traveled the mainland Pacific coast of Mexico in the early 70's for surf but would not do it that way today. Getting too old for that level of excitement. We now go to Punta Del Burro, Punta Mita, and Sayulita where we know some locals.

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    1. I understand your sentiment. We would drive from Texas all the way to the Pacific Coast, generally to Colima,Michoacan, Guerrero to surf Pasquales, Ticla, Huahua, Nexpa and some lesser known spots in between. Never had a significant problem, though some friends were robbed on occasion. More problems with the local traffic cops taking either your license or a bribe for faux traffic violations. All told, the deeper into the country we got, the nicer the people. Border areas and big cities were the more problematic areas. Miss going there, but don't want the risk associated with the travel. Though sometimes, I think it's social media coverage that hypes and inflates what has always been going on in Mexico.

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  32. Tijuana made #3, the last time I went, I was making a u-turn to park at a residential street, no traffic, no sign saying no u-turns, Tijuana police lights me up, of course they were happy and delighted to stop someone with cal. Plates. They said I made illegal u-turn, I saw thier unit had no plates, they had no name tags, they wanted $100, told them I have $40, that's was 6 years back . Now it's worse can get kidnapped in the day.

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    1. They have kids as lookouts to see, who seems lost and easily to be kidnapped for random, and of course they get part of the cut.

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  33. I live in mazatlan I run at 4 AM everyday and I see more crime in some places of USA than in Mexico go to Oakland or Richmond and see for your self

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    1. There's a major difference between Mexico and the US. In America, cops don't kidnap people for ransom or arrest gangsters only to deliver them to a rival gang for torture. In the US, criminals don't dare floss around in SUV convoys with fully-automatic weapons and the name of their gang painted on the car doors. Unlike in Mexico, crime victims in the US will readily call police for assistance because we know that US cops aren't on the payroll of the Bloods or Crips or Florencia 13 or La EME. Having said that I would enthusiastically visit Mexico, but let's not pretend that Mexico is safer than the US. And Oakland is undergoing rapid gentrification, home prices are skyrocketing, when was the last time you were there?

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    2. Richmond of which state

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    3. I believe you....

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    4. How do you see crime in Oakland if you are running in Mazatlán everyday ???

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    5. So your in Mexico? Comparing and running in Mexico? Oh brother q es El Punto Pluto.

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    6. The purpose for this list was not to inform us to keep away completely from Mexico, but it was to notify us about dangerous places in Mexico. I believe it was a nice thing that Chivi's took time to inform people about this. Mexico is a beautiful country I find it appalling that some part have been over run by violence.

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  34. I am surprised Nuevo Laredo and Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua aren't on the list! My ex husband is from Casas Grandes and I remember back in '07 or '08 when a large group of soldiers disappeared without a trace. The last time I visited Casas Grandes, A journalist was murdered there. It is really bad down there.

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    1. Casa grandes ain't that bad like Juarez or guachochi or even cuauhtemoc

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  35. I live in Acapulco. I party in TJ. And my sailboat is headed to Ensenada this month. Next year on to Cabo, Sea of Cortez, Guaymas, Mazatlan...all the way to Acapulco & beyond. Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia. Sailing into the belly of the beast? I wouldn't have it any other way. Everyone dies...at least I won't die by hit & run driver like a poor grandpa in L.A. recently.

    Hsta luego,
    AmigoAnónimo

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    1. How do you know? What if you get sick. Need to go to a hospital. And on the way out of there, you get hit by a car and die? No one knows how they’ll go.

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    2. 7:45 you don't seem to be a good free person,
      you might b a drug trafficker Yourself, from my point...

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  36. So many bozos saying "Mexico is safe I get wasted there all the time blah blah" Just because it hasnt happened to you doesnt mean its safe morons.

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    1. I' ve lived in Mazatlan 6 months a year since 1991. Iive in a condo with 720 other people 35 are Mexican, the rest are from Canada and the US. None of us have had anything "happen".

      Roughly 20,000 gringos live here 4 to 7 months a year and 3,000 live here year round, another million or so stay a week or two. 3 Americans and no Canadians have been murdered here since 2005. So it really isn't unsafe like some have claimed. BUT...It is very dangerous for gringos who are involved in the drug business.

      Since 2005 a total of 21 million Canadians visited Mexico, 27 were murdered, of that number more than a third (9) were Hells Angel and UN gang members all from Vancouver BC area.

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  37. I have lived in Mazatlan for 12 years. I am and feel perfectly save. We have quite a large community of primarily English speaking residents. I know of one person robbed on his early morning walk.Constant negative commants are getting old. A single publushed opinion only hurts the hard working people. Bad guys are everywhere, they dont care.Why can't you pick on another country for a change. I'll meet you in Chicago or L.A.for cocktails

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    1. I’m sure you meant you’ve learned to adapt to your dangerous environment , stay out the chisme, don’t go outside after a certain time and stay away from drugs. The United States frowns upon government employees visiting Sinaloa.

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    2. Thank you very much 8:44!! Couldnt have said it better myself!! Exactly what i been trying to tell people all along...stop giving our beautiful country more bad publicity than it already generates on its own lol...9:32 have you adapted to your dangerous enviroment? Or where do you live? Singapore? Osaka? Amsterdam? (Ranked Safest cities 2019)
      Take a trip down there as a tourist and yes stay away from the chisme and from
      Drugs but isnt it supposed to be like that everywhere?

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    3. Pues, amigo Unknown living in Mazatlan.......This Blog IS about Mexico.
      Nice Post , Chivis.....looking forward to the Best !

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    4. unknown you claim to live in every city or state we report on---come on now

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  38. chivis..one of the safest and most beautiful, especially in the summer....alamos, sonora. quick 6 hour drive south from nogales on 15.

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  39. Cartel jeffes try to keep tourists out of the morgue. Bad for business and all but let's face it methed up sicarios reside in every single city mentioned above and these dopes are firecrackers with lit fuses.
    I suppose if a tourist stayed on resort grounds and stayed inside after dark a case could be made but why fly somewhere that you are forced into confinement, for safety!
    I'll fly to Pensacola, Tampa Bay or Key West where I won't be afraid of being kidnapped by drug dealers and killed anyway after the payment for my release is paid.

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  40. 10,000+ unsolved Rape Kits.92 random people get killed from Daily gun violence, goggle CHIRAQ, FASCIST police I.D everyone, Random School shootings,
    #1 Drug user's, etc.etc.... STFU bias Media

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  41. If i wanted to buy cocaine would i get in trouble or worse, killed. Im from Scotland

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    1. Yes IRA. Raped, robbed, and chopped up.

      Queso

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  42. If possible, when traveling to Mexico it would seem prudent to hook up with trustworthy locals who know the lay of the land. As a Black man, I would rather travel through Mexico than walk through some LA Sureno strongholds like Highland Park, Azusa, Canoga Park. Sureno gangs like Florencia 13, the Avenues and Eastside Longos have homicidal hatred for Black people.

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  43. Cuauhtemoc should make the list.

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  44. Lived in jalisco for over 10yrs ,and as long as you dnt hang with wrong crowd your all good.

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  45. Keep in mind this is a list from the most visited places by US. Not necessarily the most dangerous in Mexico

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  46. I visit Zihuatanejo and Mazatlan 4 or 5 times a year and I live in El Paso and my girlfriend lives in Juarez so I'm there frequently. Also I'm gringo. I see it as being 2 dimensions; cartel/crime and law abiding community and family. The dimensions are not really of relevance to each other until you put yourself into the other dimension. Bad luck can happen to anyone at anytime but keep your nose clean and you can have a great time on vacation in Mexico or even living there.

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  47. ¿Saben que?
    La mayoria de Ustedes son una bola de armagados completamente enfocado en lo más peor de la sociedad. A mi, me pongo una actitúd positiva...no tanto para mi, pero para mi familia y otra gente buena que son parte de mi circulo de confianza. Que triste forma de pensar tienen Ustedes. Puro negativo...no sirve para nada, aparte de comerlos diario poco a poco, hasta que lo úunico que les queda...puras chingaderas.

    Que les vaya bién,
    AmigoAnónimo

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    1. 12:37 the positive does not kill anybody, that is why we need warning on time, "positive" would not save you from your first tablazo por las pinches nalgas, pinchi mamon anonimo...

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  48. title should be. 10 of the Most Dangerous Cities in Mexico damn sure not to visit !

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