Information and Frequently Asked Questions
What time is Check in?
US and Canadian citizens aged 16 and over who are entering the United States from Mexico, Canada or the Caribbean by land or sea are required to show a passport or alternative WHTI-compliant document such as a passport card.
Check in time is 3:00 PM and check out is 11:00 AM. Please check with us to see about early check-in or late check-out. If you are arriving after 7:00 pm, please let us know ahead of time.
Are ATVs, UTVs, Jet-Skis or Rhino-Razors allowed in the Areas?
No ATVs, UTVs, Jet-Skis or Rhino-Razors allowed in the Las Conchas Community as well as no Fires or Fireworks allowed on the Beach, (Las Conchas HOA Rule).
US Passport Regulations?
Children up to the age of 15 may present proof of citizenship alone, such as a birth certificate, a consular report of birth abroad, a naturalization certificate, or a Canadian citizenship card.
Bringing Food, Plants, and Animals into MexicoNational Health Services of Mexico (SENASICA) has guidelines on what is allowed, regulated and prohibited to bring across the border. The following is an overview of some of those items. Detailed information can be found on the SENASICA website.
- Smoking tobacco
- Leather products, except for endangered species like wild lamb, jaguar, black bear, etc.
- Dogs and cats (a maximum of two per traveler) with health certificates and rabies vaccine records.
- Roasted coffee, dried prunes, packaged spices, dried herbs, preserved fruits and vegetables cooked or dried mushrooms and dried truffles.
- Dry cooked, packed and bottled foods
- From the USA and Canada: refrigerated, frozen, vacuum packed, pork and processed vacuum packed pate, milk and cheese. All must be in the original package and properly labeled.
Regulated Imports – there are special requirements for these products
- Poultry and poultry products
- Wild plants and hunt trophies
- Rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, etc.
- Seeds, seedlings, fresh plant parts, etc.
- Plants, fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, raw cereals, etc.
- Dairy products
- Bees and bees’ products (except honey)
- Fresh, dried, canned, smoked or frozen meat and meat products from quarantined countries
- Flours like corn meal, etc.
- Veterinary medications and biological products
- Agricultural chemicals and raw materials
- Bales of hay, natural straw or any straw decoration
- Homemade food items
- Meal of bone or meat
The above information is courtesy of SENASICA.
Here is a Helpful list of what to Pack, click the link below:
Top 19 things to Pack for a Vacation Rental