The European Union has omitted the United States from its list of countries whose tourists may visit. Americans still can’t vacation in their neighbor to the north, Canada, nor head to many Asian favorites.
While most US travelers are staying close to home, some still want to go abroad. For those people, there are still popular vacation options such as Mexico.
What follows is a list of countries, in alphabetical order, where it’s still possible for US passport holders to go for a vacation:
Antigua and Barbuda
Turners Beach is found on Antigua’s southwest coast.
Visitors are subject to monitoring by health officials for 14 days and another Covid-19 test may be required, which could mean quarantining while waiting for the result. Masks are required in public spaces.
Scroll down to the “Dutch Caribbean” entry below for information on Aruba and other islands in this group.
Hammocks and sunbeds under the palm trees are the calling cards of Barbados.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Old Bridge in Mostar is one of the most iconic places in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Dominica is a lush, rugged Eastern Caribbean island.
Scroll down our new entry on United Arab Emirates below.
Dutch Caribbean islands
Find out the important details on these various Dutch islands in the Caribbean by clicking on the links:
Photographers get to film the wildlife of the Galapagos within inches of their cameras.
Antigua, Guatemala, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Three giraffes graze with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. Kenya is open to US travelers who have proof of a negative Covid-19 test.
San Ildefonso Cathedral in Mérida, Mexico, is one of the oldest churches in Latin America
US visitors can visit Panama City (above) along with the country’s wildlife areas.
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Senegal is known for it music, but beaches such as Saly are a draw as well.
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St. Kitts and Nevis
Pigeon Beach in St. Lucia awaits if you meet the requirements.
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