Acapulco: On Top of Safety

You can’t ignore the reports of violence in Acapulco. But you should get all the facts. Earlier this year, Alonzo Peña, U.S. Department of Homeland Security attaché to Mexico, explained, “Violence in Mexico is not as dangerous to U.S. tourists as has been portrayed. The violence is in isolated areas of the country and only affects the people involved in criminal activity.” In Acapulco, violence has not been reported in the primary tourist areas—Acapulco Diamante and the Golden Zone, or Zona D

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