Mexico is a wonderful country that welcomes millions of tourists every year. Among the wonderful tourist destinations that the country presents, the state of Quintaro Roo is very popular with many visitors. However, in order to travel and circulate freely in this state, tourists must now pay the Visitax. What is it? Details.
What is the Visitax.
Many countries where states have implemented authorizations that foreigners must obtain to stay and move freely in their territory. Now, Mexico also joins the lot. In fact, since April, the country has introduced a mandatory tax to be paid to visit certain states of the country. This is the Visitax for Mexico. This tax opens the doors to Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Riviera Maya, and Playa del Carmen which are tourist sites located in Quintana Roo. The payment of the Visitax is only required for those who wish to visit the Quintana Roo. It is a one-time tax. It is required for all visitors, except for people who are not yet 5 years old.
Procedure for paying the Visitax?
The Visitax can be paid by travelers before their arrival in Quintana Roo or during their stay. In the first case, travelers make the payment by accessing an online platform. On the platform, the traveler will have access to a form to subscribe to the tax. He will have to fill it in with his personal information (name, surname, age, gender, email address), travel information (return date), passport information and bank account details. After completing the form, and paying the fee, the traveler will be able to submit the application. A few minutes after submission, a QR code representing your authorization to visit the state will be sent to your email address. For those who did not obtain their authorization before traveling to the country, they will have to do so upon return to the Cancun airport.