State Government is Still Working on Travelers Tax
Government officials and the Los Cabos hotel association are still working on the logistics to charge foreign tourists $18.50 USD per night if they stay in town for over 24 hours. We researched other countries’ position, and the Travel Pulse online magazine provided us with the following information: “Tourism fees and taxes have become a trend in popular destinations around the world, and while these added costs are rarely hefty enough to wreck a traveler’s budget, it helps to know what to expect. Whether you’re traveling domestically or abroad, the odds are overwhelming that you’ll encounter some form of additional tax on your accommodations. However, here’s a look at some of the notable travel destinations already or set to begin charging visitors a separate tourist fee in 2022. Thailand, $9.00. Quintana Roo, $11.00. Venice, $10 euros. The Maldives, from $30 to $120 depending on your airfare, if economy, business or first class, and the highest is for those traveling on private jet. Now you know, we are not alone!
Ohh my – we stay for three to six months – will we be paying an additional 18.50 US to who – our landlord – we own our unit / what will this look like?? Thank you