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    What you need to know about the new tourist tax in Quintana Roo

    Karla Mora

    Quintana Roo is one of the tourist destinations in Mexico, preferred by travelers from all over the world.
    Its tropical climate, unique landscapes, turquoise beaches, jungle, cenotes, culture, and archaeological sites, make the region a vacation paradise.

    This state in the southeast of Mexico is always on the lists of destinations that you should not miss, according to national and international media.

    So if you are planning your next trip to any of the paradisiacal destinations in Quintana Roo, whether it is Cancun, Bacalar, Tulum, Holbox or Playa del Carmen, this information is important for you.

    The collection of a new tax has started

    As of April 1, 2021, the payment of a visitor tax by foreign tourists visiting the State comes into force.

    This payment applies to travelers from 15 years of age and older and can be made before, during or after your trip through the VISITAX website, where the amount of $ 224 Mexican pesos must be paid.

    Once the payment is made, the voucher must be downloaded and shown at the airport before leaving Mexico.

    If you forgot to pay during your trip, don't worry, there will be staff at the airport that can assist you to do so.

    When entering the website www.visitax.gob.mx, you will be asked to fill out a form with the following information:
    ▪ Number of people traveling
    ▪ Name, age, and passport number individually,
    ▪ Departure date,
    ▪ Make the electronic payment in a secure way.

    If you travel as a family or in a group, you can make the payment in a single exhibition and generate individual receipts, but you must make sure you complete all the information requested in the form.

    Enjoy paradise responsibly

    The Mexican Caribbean awaits you with open arms so that you live its wonders to the fullest; remember that in the face of the “new normal” there are habits that we must maintain. Like the use of a face mask, respect safe distance between people and the constant washing of hands.

    Get ready to live the best vacation in Mexico.

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