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Guerrero and Morelos: You should exercise extreme caution when traveling in the northwestern part of the state of Guerrero, which has a strong TCO presence. Do not take the dangerous, isolated road through Ciudad Altamirano to the beach resorts of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo and exercise caution traveling on the coastal road between Acapulco and Ixtapa due to the risk of roadblocks and carjackings. Numerous incidents of narcotics-related violence have occurred in the city of Cuernavaca , in the State of Morelos, a popular destination for American language students.
In terms of the various tours that are typically offered and recommended on this board, can anyone help point us to which if any would involve travel on the specific roads mentioned above? We'd certainly want to avoid those, but not being from the area it's hard to know which tours would involve which roads. Playa Quieta? Ciudad Altamirano is about miles away from Ixtapa.
The warning is meant for those that cross the border at places like Laredo and are driving down. The road to Acapulco about the same, and the same reason for the warnings. The Ciudad Altamirano road has always been dangerous - even 20 years ago.
It heads inland and there is absolutely no reason anyone staying at Ixtapa would be heading up that road. In my opinion the road to Acapulco is not that dangerous unless they are referring to an incident where the army shot someone at a checkpoint but, again, you won't be traveling too far down there either. So I can't imagine that the warning even if you do believe it covers the areas you might be touring.
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