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Mexico (Spanish: México) is a country in North America that appears in AMC's Fear The Walking Dead. It serves as the main location for the majority of Season 2 and Season 3.


As Madison and her group travel further down the California shoreline, they discover that Mexico closed the border crossing from the United States, making land travel impossible. As they get closer to Rosarito, they encounter the Mexican Navy, indicating that there is still a large military presence operating near Mexico's borders.

Though Mexico has been largely overrun, it does seem to be functioning slightly better than the US, as a number of neighbourhoods in the city of Tiajuana have become secure safe havens and there is also a large trading post in a stadium near the border where many people from different Mexican survivor enclaves come together to trade.

"We All Fall Down"

It was mentioned by George Geary that all of the west coast cities of America got bombed. During his conversation with Travis, he states that Mexico has sealed its borders with the United States.

During his search on Strand's boat, Daniel Salazar found maps of the western coast of Mexico along with a loaded MP5 sub-machine gun.


It is revealed that Mexico is Strand's true destination. He states that he has a well-supplied, well-defended safehouse near Rosarito, Baja California.

"Blood in the Streets"

The aforementioned house is seen during flashbacks in this episode. It is the home of Thomas Abigail and his family and it appears to be in a relatively secluded part of the country.

"Sicut Cervus"

Outside of flashback, this is the first time we see Mexico. It is not as safe as people believe. A priest and his congregation are poisoned and later reanimated. However, elements of the Mexican Military, mainly the Mexican Navy are still active and patrolling coastal waters to stop refugees entering- or, at least, to stop those refugees who can't pay and the infected from entering.

When Celia Flores is talking to Daniel Salazar about the walkers locked in the wine cellar, she says she is keeping them safe, because outside they would be "hunted" and "killed" like they were "monsters" and that they are family. Since most of the staff and their families seem to live on the premises, the implication is that they are aware of other walkers who were killed outside the safe house and that the outbreak may not be limited to Baja. The condition of the country at large is ambiguous but it is possible that the outbreak hasn't reached epidemic levels yet.

However, the trailer for Season 2b of FTWD seems to suggest that the infection HAS reached epidemic levels in Mexico and that there have been outbreaks for some time. The evidence for this includes the decomposition of some of the walkers and the sheer number of undead.

In addition, when Strand was asked why the members of the flotilla didn't pursue the Abigail or sink it after the exchange that killed Miguel and Vazquez, Strand suggests that they (the military) believe that whatever was on land would kill them. This may indicate that the scale of the pandemic in Mexico is greater than previously thought, and thereby explain the apparent lack of military operations in the area.

Therefore, it can be assumed that coinciding with the outbreak in the United States, Mexico (or at least the state of Baja California) experienced similar circumstances and became overrun within 3 weeks.


Travis' search for Chris takes him to the edges of the Abigail Estate, where he finds free roaming infected, and small houses where some families connected to the Abigails still live. When the estate is destroyed by the actions of Daniel, everyone who survives flees.


Nick spends the night in one of the small houses near the Abigail property in Valle de Guadalupe. The homeowners were already dead. Sofia relates to him that there has been talk of a safety to the north, in the city of Tijuana, Baja California. She decides to head south, in search of Juan's father. Nick spends the next several days travelling through Mexico. The roads are cluttered with abandoned cars, small to moderate size hordes of infected roam the countryside, and outlaws patrol the new lawless world. Most of Baja California is abandoned and overrun, however, in and around the city of Tijuana, survivors have created walled communities which makes it a relatively safe place to be.

Notable Locations

Baja California, Mexico

Other Areas

  • Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
  • La Paz, Baja California Sur
  • Radio Station
Fear The Walking Dead Locations
Season 1 Los Angeles, CaliforniaAbandoned ChurchClark Family HomeTemple Community HospitalOrtiz Family HomeEl SerenoPaul R. Williams High SchoolJasper Family HomeCruz Family HomeVenice BeachLos Angeles DinerL.A. River BasinSale Family HomeSalazar's CutsSisters of Mercy HospitalTran Family HomeLos Angeles Basin Safe ZonesTruWest Airlines Flight 462Thompson Family HomeRamirez Family HomeWest View LibraryLos Angeles ArenaRaynard Community CollegeStrand's HouseThe Abigail
Season 2 Los Angeles, CaliforniaStrand's HouseThe AbigailCatrina Island, CaliforniaRanger StationsTruWest Airlines Flight 462The BorderBeach CampThe Emerald HotelAbigail Home ExperiencePirate LayoutValle de Guadalupe, Baja CaliforniaTijuana, Baja CaliforniaSalvadorian JungleAbigail VineyardJavier's HomeMexican HouseRehab CenterAbandoned HouseAbandoned ChurchDrug StoreBarber ShopLa ColoniaRosarito, Baja CaliforniaRosarito Beach HotelEl Pelícano
Season 3 Military Fuel DepotRosarito, Baja CaliforniaRosarito Beach HotelBroke Jaw RanchThe BorderBlack Hat ReservationPhil's OutpostThe AbigailTijuana, Baja CaliforniaGonzalez DamValle de Guadalupe, Baja CaliforniaAbigail VineyardRevoluciónMexican ApartmentEfraín's HideoutEl BazarAbandoned BuildingOn-The-Go BurgerRomminda Plaza
Season 4 JunkyardTrailer ParkDell Diamond Baseball StadiumDeserted TownTijuana, Baja CaliforniaGonzalez DamDeserted TownAbandoned ChurchPlant NurseryLibraryWhirlin' WavezJohn Dorie's CabinRoute 185 BridgeMcNeill's Bait & BeerConvenience StoreFEMA ShelterCottonwood InnAshburn Race TrackChateau LafiteAGL Lumber YardTexas HouseThe Flip-Flop Truck StopAugie's AleMile Marker 27Mile Marker 21Ranger Station 26Ranger StationsNolan County Public LibraryMile Marker 54Mile Marker 34Mile Marker 194Austin, TexasBrackenridge HospitalBill Doran Co.Martha's GraveWittington's Denim Company
Season 5 Wittington's Denim CompanyPlane Crash SiteBig Barn Truck StopDaniel's WarehouseTamplin's GroceryRadiation Zone BorderCamp CackleberryLonestar Power & LightHumbug's GulchGround 17CRM's Fuel DropAugie's AleBarTexas HouseTreehouseMukherjee Family HomeCandy's Car LotJiro's Skyjump DojoThe CaravanBridgeview MallLatham Police DepartmentTemple B'nai IsraelTank TownCleon's FeedbagParadise RidgeSuper LanesBingoBern's VinylKaraoke BarCountry ClubLogging CampRecreation Center
Season 6 USS PennsylvaniaHumbug's GulchLaredo, TexasGalveston, TexasMorgan's HideoutValley TownLawton, OklahomaTumbleweed Sugar Producing FactoryDallas, TexasFuneral HomeCreative Visionaries AgencyMavis David Swimming PoolTank TownJune's HospitalPioneer WatchtowerBuck's LandingDell Diamond Baseball StadiumJohn Dorie's CabinRoute 185 BridgeMcNeill's Bait & BeerSkate ParkSuper LanesThe HoldingBridgeview MallCamp CackleberryLonestar Power & LightPaperno Equine Veterinary ClinicThe OrchardTexas Department of Corrections
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