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Season of hurricanes and earthquakes in the Caribbean

What is the season of hurricanes and earthquakes in the Caribbean? Check out the answer to this question and learn all about these natural events. With this guide, you will have a complete plan for your trip. Enjoy!

Caribbean

After reading this article, check out our tips about how to save a lot of money on your trip to Mexico. It is the most accessed article on our blog and will help you a lot with all the trip planning. There are several unmissable tips that will save you A LOT of cash and set up your entire trip to Mexico.

Most favorable months for the occurrence of hurricanes/earthquakes in the Caribbean: from June to November

June and July: are very hot months. In June it rains more, but in July the rain gives a break. However, it coincides with the start of the hurricane season.

August/September/October: these are the months when the population is more attentive to natural effects, earthquakes and hurricanes. A curiosity is that when they reach land they are more catastrophic than when they reach the sea.

Tip: saying that these months are the ones with the highest incidence of hurricanes, storms and earthquakes, for example, does not mean that they will necessarily happen. It’s possible? Yes! But, it’s also possible that it doesn’t. The important thing is to stay tuned!

Tip: if you are in the Caribbean during a hurricane or earthquake, rest assured that this city is prepared to serve its visitors in the best possible way, issuing alerts and evacuating establishments when necessary.

Rain in the Caribbean

Frequently asked questions about what to do if a hurricane/earthquake occurs while in the Caribbean

I’m on a trip to some city in the Caribbean at a time of increased risk of hurricanes and earthquakes. How to proceed?

  • Go to your hotel (or wherever you are staying) and follow all the necessary instructions. Most hotels in this city have hurricane policies in place, so rest assured they will know how to handle this situation as best they can.
  • Generally, warning signs for these natural events occur about 2 days before the actual event. If the airport is open, it is possible that the tourist will be sent to it to catch a flight. If it is closed, one option the government offers is local shelters.
  • Try to be with your personal documents whenever possible, take out travel insurance and seek guidance.
  • It is very rare for these natural events to happen. To get an idea, in 30 years there were only 3 hurricanes in Cancun, for example.

Storm in the Caribbean

Mexican cities that are part of the Caribbean

The Caribbean, for those who don’t know, is an area of the American continent that comprises: Caribbean Sea, islands and island states. Some of the Mexican cities that belong to this region are:

Cancun: Considered one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, it is home to extraordinary beaches and parks, as well as a great diversity of tours and attractions. If you are thinking of going to this destination, be aware that the time of greatest incidence of storms and natural events is from August to October. Enjoy and read some interesting articles:

Sea in Cancun

Cozumel: This is not necessarily a city, but an island. The highlight of Cozumel is definitely the diving. Tourists from all over the world go there to enjoy the marine diversity that this destination offers. About the season of hurricanes, storms and other natural events, know that it follows the same as in Cancun. Read our articles below:

Paradise Beach in Cozumel

Tulum: This is the most rustic and laid-back city in the Caribbean. One of the most popular tours by visitors to this destination is the magnificent archaeological sites it has. If you’re going there, whatever the time, the golden tip is that you don’t miss reading our articles:

View of Tulum ruins

Isla Mujeres: This is one of the main tourist attractions in Mexico. Located just 13km away from Cancún, it has crystal clear turquoise blue water. The cool thing is that it has several interesting attractions, water activities and an idyllic setting. See some texts below:

Isla Mujeres

Akumal: as the name suggests, this is a destination where you can see the magnificent sea turtles. Due to the fact that it is a region of clear and shallow waters and with a great diversity of fish and aquatic animals, it is well sought after by the public that wants to snorkel.

Akumal Beach in Riviera Maya

Events/Celebrations throughout Mexico

If you’re looking to know about events/celebrations across Mexico, check out some of them that are great for your trip:

  • Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead): takes place on November 2nd. On this day, Mexicans from all over the country celebrate life with a lot of music, typical foods, parades and clothing. To better understand, this date is like a return of the deceased ones to this world, that’s why the celebration!
  • Carnival: in Mexico, this date usually happens in February. An important point is that not all Mexican cities are holding this celebration, so it’s nice to ask someone there. The event itself is filled with music, costumes, masks and other artifacts.
  • Holy Week: considered one of the favorite times of Mexicans, it is when they take advantage of these days to enjoy some of the country’s beaches. If you are there during this period, already know that they will be full!

Día de Los Muertos in Mexico

  • Cry of Independence: celebrated in the month of September, throughout several Mexican cities you will come across flags, decorations, special lighting etc. A curiosity is that at midnight, the famous scream happens, considered a unique and totally special moment!
  • Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe: celebrated on December 12, this is a day dedicated to the patron saint of Mexico, Guadalupe. If you are in any city in the country and notice that on the 11th they will be singing congratulations in churches, already know that it is for her.

Cry of Independence in Mexico

Holidays in Mexico

Did you decide to go to Mexico sometime during the high or low season? So, see what the holidays are in this country:

January

01/01: New Year.

February

02/05: Mexican Constitution Day.

March

03/15: Birth of Benito Juárez.

April

04/01: Holy Thursday.

04/02: Good Friday.

04/04: Easter.

May

05/01: Labor Day.

September

09/16: Mexican Independence Day.

November

11/15: Mexican Revolution.

December

12/25: Christmas.

Christmas in Mexico

How to find great hotels and resorts at unbeatable prices in Mexico

A great tip for finding great hotels and resorts all-inclusive with incredible prices, in the region you want and save a lot on lodging in Mexico is to use this Hotel Search Engine in Mexico. We always use it as it is the largest hotel booking site in the world and therefore it is the best place to book with confidence and security. Not to mention that he has all the hotels and resorts in Mexico and the world in his research and unbeatable prices due to the strong negotiation they do with the hotels. We always make our reservations there so we don’t have any problems and we always save a lot, especially in the Caribbean.

Resort Hotel in Cancun - Mexico

Another very good tip is that this search engine has a very strong partnership with the establishments and they offer free cancellation with almost all hotels. This is great, because the factor that will save you the most in hosting is the advance. This is the most important tip. The sooner you make the reservation, you can be sure that the cheaper you will pay. So, you can book your hotel now, to guarantee the lowest price, and if you find a better one afterwards or don’t want to stay in it, just cancel for free.

How to find VERY cheap flights to Mexico

By following some important tips, you will be able to find much cheaper airline tickets to Mexico and save a lot, since the ticket is the most expensive item of the trip. The first great tip is to access some airline comparator, which does a search on all airlines to Mexico. It saves you from having to log into each company’s website and shows you all the options available.

We always use this comparator of airline tickets, because it is the one that always has the best prices and is one of the safest and most famous in the world. Click on it and follow the tips below to save a lot when buying your tickets. Just using it, you will be able to find the best prices and the best ticket options.

Airplane taking off

The main tip is to always search in the low season months. In Mexico, the months of July, December and January are the most expensive. Another cool tip is to check the price of the ticket to another nearby locality. You can find much cheaper flights and then, from there, just buy an internal flight that is much cheaper or even go by car to Mexico. Another tip is to research the flight date always falling on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and mainly Saturday and Sunday flights are usually more expensive. Generally, night air tickets are the most expensive and afternoon flights are cheaper.

View from the Mexico airplane

How to use your cell phone in Mexico

Being able to use the Internet from your cell phone in Mexico is very worthwhile. The tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping malls and beaches have great applications. In addition, you save by not having to rent a GPS for the car with the rental company, you can search the addresses and times of the places, see the weather forecast to plan for the tours and beaches, stay connected with everyone through applications and post your photos of Mexico on social networks.

Woman using cell phone on the beach

If you want, see all our tips to use your cell phone in Mexico. It’s super cheap and you’ll be able to use your cell phone all day and anywhere. And, you can also search all about the season of hurricanes and earthquakes in the Caribbean for when you’re there.

Important tips to enjoy much more your trip to Mexico

Another good tip is that many people think it is not worthwhile to rent a car in Mexico, but it all depends on how your trip will be. If you are staying at the hotel every day, it really is not worth it. But, if you are going on tours, want to go to shopping malls and tourist spots, they are all a little bit apart and the car is great for getting around.

Sunset in Mexico City

With the car, you have more comfort and freedom, not to mention the economy, because with the value of the transport that you will spend from the airport to the hotel and vice versa, you have already paid the rent of a car for almost 5 days. If you want to know all the tips on the subject and how to get incredible prices, see our full article about how to rent a car in Mexico.

Travel car rental service

Where to buy the cheapest tickets for tours and tourist attractions in Mexico

A good suggestion to save money is to buy tickets, tours and excursions in advance online. It costs a lot less and you don’t waste time in lines there in Mexico. We have done a lot of research and the site that always has the best prices is this Mexico tickets website. They are the biggest tours tickets website in the world.

Chichén-Itzá in Mexico

The unmissable tours that cannot be left out of your trip in any way are: the excursion to Isla Mujeres, excursion to X-Caret or Xel-Há (two incredible natural parks), the Coco Bongo party and the excursion to Chichén Itzá, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. It also has the swim with dolphins which is incredible. Virtually all tours pick you up at your hotel and drop you back there.

Don’t forget about travel insurance to Mexico

Another tip is to not forget to take international travel insurance to Mexico, as it is very important and no one should leave the country without one. If you want, read our article about travel insurance for Mexico and see tips on how to get good insurance at an incredible price. It is super cheap and very worth it.

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