The Folo, episode 12: What's Mexico travel really like?

The Mexcan flag planted on the beach of the El Dorado Maroma in Riviera Maya.
The Mexcan flag planted on the beach of the El Dorado Maroma in Riviera Maya. Photo Credit: Jeri Clausing

This week, the Folo by Travel Weekly podcast examines travel to Mexico, one of the few countries to which Americans can travel without restriction. Senior editor Jeri Clausing and contributing editor Meagan Drillinger unpack their on-the-ground experiences and explain it all: From airplane rides to masking at the resort – even hunkering down in a hurricane.  

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Additional reporting: 

Jeri Clausing’s cover story on her October trip to Cancun and Holbox, Mexico.

Meagan Drillinger’s Insight on social distancing outside of the resort

How travel has changed, and changed again, during Covid: a cover story by Jeri Clausing

What it’s like to travel to Cancun right now, by Meagan Drillinger

A look at Mexico travel in August: Mexico is open. It’s welcoming. And it’s become a best seller.  

A travel survey finds Mexico, Caribbean faring better than most 

A masked bartender at the Fives Oceanfront resort in Puerto Morelos.
A masked bartender at the Fives Oceanfront resort in Puerto Morelos. Photo Credit: Meagan Drillinger

About The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast: A folo is a journalism term for an article that "follows" a news report to offer additional facts and context. On The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast, we'll take you behind the scenes as we talk with reporters, editors and contributors to explore ideas and share experiences in the reporting of the biggest travel trends.

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