Visitors traveling to Mexico for tourism with a stay of up to 180 days are exempt from presenting a Mexican visa as long as they have a valid passport issued by any of the following countries: Canada, Japan, the United States of America, the United Kingdom or any of the countries comprising the Schengen Area. Here is a complete list of countries that do not need a visa to enter Mexico.
To enter Mexico, you must have the following documents:
1) A valid passport. There is no need for a minimum period of validity of the passport (for example 6 months); but this document must be valid during the length of your stay in Mexico.
2) A properly completed Multiple Migratory Form (FMM). This form will be provided to you by the airline or at the port of entry. If you prefer, you can complete this form online before you travel. Please keep the form in a safe place and do not lose it. You will be asked for this document at your departure from Mexico.
3) An Entry Immigration Form/Tourist Card. Airlines sometimes give out this form, but that might change soon. We suggest that you complete this form online or print it ahead of your travels.
4) You do not need a negative Covid-19 test result, but you will be asked if you have any symptoms.
5) Mexican immigration officers at the port of entry may request additional documents. For tourism, your return airline ticket or hotel reservation will suffice.