Quintana Roo to levy tourism tax on foreign visitors starting April 1
Quintan Roo is home to Mexico's top Caribbean hot spots:
The tax is $224 MXN pesos per person over age 15 (about $11 USD):
Flyers and Belize drivers: Currently, it looks like this only applies to foreign air passengers departing Cancún or Cozumel airports and drivers crossing QR's border with Belize. Airport enforcement is supposed to happen prior to departure, but the details are sketchy at the moment. We'll know much more after April 1st when it goes into effect and enforcement begins.
Cruisers: We cannot find that it will apply to cruise passengers for Cozumel or Riviera Maya as those ports already collect revenue from cruise passengers through port charges.
Primary Source: The Points Guy - https://thepointsguy.com/guide/places-americans-can-travel-internationally/
There are over 90 foreign countries and territories that Americans may visit right now. COVID-19 restrictions may include some or most of the following:
As of January 26th, all passengers arriving to the USA by plane must have proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure to the US or a physician's certification of recovery from COVID-19. This requirement is for all passengers including American citizens and residents.
Some of the most popular destinations that are still off limits to Americans:
The ability to purchase a ticket for an off-limits country does not mean that you'll be allowed to board the plane from the US. Airlines are still flying to those countries so that residents can return home and to move cargo.
Travel restrictions change frequently due to COVID-19 so it is recommended that one keeps apprised of the latest requirements for their destination(s). Check with your destination country's immigration or consulate for specific requirements. Here are some good resources to get started: