The State Department has a warning for college students getting ready to head south of the border for Spring Break: be very careful – or just go somewhere else. The travel warning cautions Americans about the risk of traveling to over a dozen Mexican States, including the homes of popular vacation destinations like Acapulco, the northern Baja Peninsula, Puerto Vallarta and Rocky Point.
The agency warns that Americans have been killed, kidnapped, carjacked and robbed in some Mexican States. However, the State Department says there's no evidence that Americans have been targeted because of their nationality...just noting that travelers ought to stay on guard.No matter where you're traveling, here's a checklist the State Department would like you to check out their 'Travelers Checklist.'
Source: Fox News