The Tourist Tax Mexico or simply “Visitax” is collected by the state of Quintana Roo on all international visitors over the age of four. From April 20,2021, the new fee has been mandatory for anyone planning to visit the state for tourism purposes.
Any tourist site in Mexico requires payment of a Visitax. In order to make the most out of your tax money, you will need a comprehensive guide to Mexico’s finest destinations. As a result, we have compiled a list of top-rated sites in Mexico that you must visit after paying the Visitax.
Mexico is a tropical treasure trove, with amazing beaches, ancient ruins, enticing culture, vibrant colonial towns filled with beauty, and fiery delicious cuisine. Some of the magnificent ruins of the former Mayan civilization can be found in Mexico.
Furthermore, the Mexican art scene contains a blend of classical and contemporary art. Mexico is also recognized for its breathtaking mountains and thrill-seeking activities like adventurous sports. To ensure you have the greatest trip possible, check out the top 3 destinations to visit in Mexico:
The Riviera Maya destination and resort region south of Cancún, Mexico. The Mayan Riviera is known for its massive magnitude, all inclusive-resort, and historic tourism base which draws approximately five million visitors each year.
The coastline and shoreline aquatic activities depending on coastal waters and the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef system are prominent attractions across the Riviera Maya.
The area also boasts many fun activities, including swimming with dolphins and stingrays, snorkeling with reefs and rainforest fish, and diving in a remarkable collection of sculptures, covered up to 8 meters deep, in the largest museum in the world.
Puerto Vallarta, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, is another beach resort. The city of Vallarta, which is often abbreviated to “Vallarta,” first caught the attention of North American social elites as a vacation destination in the 1960s and is now a popular destination for travelers seeking second homes in a hotter and sunnier climate.
Due to the extreme variety of things to do in Puerto Vallarta, the city now attract both older cruise ship passengers looking to swim with Dolphins and younger visitors looking for thrills in activities as diverse as paragliding and jet skiing.
Cabo San Lucas
Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s luxurious cities. It mostly attracts large-scale passengers. In addition to touring Cape San Lucas, swimming and snorkeling are popular activities around the unique natural feature of El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, a massive archway formed out of the coast where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific.
Cabo San Lucan, often known as “Cabo,” has become a popular holiday destination thanks to its lavish amenities and stunning natural beauty. If you’re looking for a calm vacation, you’ll be able to find the ideal location.
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