State Government is Still Working on Travelers Tax

 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!