What is Mexican Visitax?
Are you planning a trip to Mexico? If so, you may be aware of the new Mexican tourist tax called Visitax. In this article we’ll explore what Visitax is, how and when to pay it, and why it’s important for visitors to be aware of this requirement before they travel to Cancun or other popular vacation destinations in the state of Quintana Roo. Go here :visitaxmx.org
What is Mexican visitax?
The state of Quintana Roo has recently implemented a new tourist fee called VISITAX that is required for all international travelers who stay in the cities and municipalities of Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Isla Mujeres. The VISITAX fee is 224 pesos (USD $11) and it is payable by all foreign visitors over the age of four. This fee does not apply to Mexican citizens or residents, children under the age of 4, or people who travel for commercial, business, or health reasons.
The VISITAX fee can be paid online anytime up until the day of departure from the State of Quintana Roo. This option is quick and easy, and it also allows groups of up to 10 people to be processed on a single transaction which makes it convenient for families and friends who are traveling together. Additionally, travelers can also pay at the airport when they arrive. Currently, there are payment kiosks and booths located in Terminal 2 and 4 at arrivals where the fee can be paid by cash or credit card.