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We all want to have a great time while visiting Tijuana, and staying safe is part of this experience.
When coming to enjoy all that the city has to offer, its great hotels, delicious restaurants, and cafes, and other fun attractions, please be considered, and patient while following the safety protocols established for everyone’s safety. Here are some recommendations so you can safely enjoy our great city:
Make a reservation
Call the hotel or restaurant before your arrival to make sure they save a place for you and your companions, to prevent waiting, and avoid crowd
Wear your face mask, and use it properly
The use of face masks are mandatory in enclosed and public spaces; to ensure protection, it must be placed from the septum of the nose, down to the chin.
Follow the establishment’s instructions
Besides specific indications, you will be asked to use hand sanitizer, and they will check your temperature at the entrance minding social distancing. By cooperating, you contribute to facilitating access to other customers.
Wash your hands constantly
Do it every time you can, with enough soap, and for at least 20 seconds.
Mind social distancing
Avoid crowd gatherings, while helping everyone be 5 feet apart.
We’re all in this together, adapting to the new normal. Please be patient with all service personnel who are doing whatever it takes so you can have the best experience possible!
See you very soon, Tijuana is here for you!
If you are driving back, returning will be as usual without any safety protocols from the Mexican authorities. Please remember there are travel restrictions when going through the Tijuana - San Diego Border; only US citizens, residents, and essential workers may cross to the United States.
If you're flying back home using Tijuana’s International Airport, please consider arriving an hour earlier than usual, check-in online, and answer the AFAC’s Traveler Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire.
Minding safety measures, we will see you very soon!