Taking baby on a trip to Mexico: precautions to take
Whether it is the first trip with the baby, the fourth or the fifth, travelling with children is always quite complicated and requires some preparation but also and above all, improvisation.
Precaution to be taken
Travelling with a baby requires more work than travelling without it. Although an infant represents the joy and all the love of his parents, it also implies a certain responsibility. Some precautions should be taken when travelling to Mexico with the children to reduce stress and to enjoy the trip on Mexico. Try the tours with Celine and Dimitri, for example, in the very heart of the Maya Riviera with her children.
Before leaving, the baby’s medicine kit should be kept separate from ours. It must contain ordinary medicines, enough to treat small sores and an antipyretic (paracetamol in doses adapted to the weight of children). It should also be taken into account that, contrary to what could be imagined, the difference in temperature and dry air in the dry season favour respiratory infections (pharyngitis and bronchitis). Children with heart or respiratory diseases should be taken to a doctor before travelling to their intended destination.
Traveling with baby
Knowing that there is no particular health risk in this country, prevention is better than cure. Thus, if most holidaymakers do not pose any significant health problems, there are a few tips to follow to avoid the unexpected. Namely: expect improvisation, make sure babies are healthy before departure and don’t take too many things with you. Indeed, once you arrive at your destination, it is quite possible to use local rental or babysitting services such as MyBabyTraveler. This will allow parents to enjoy their stay without worry.