No Passport, No Problem: You Don’t Need One to Vacation in These Countries

If you’re an American citizen traveling out of the country, you have to have a passport to be allowed into somewhere else, right? While that’s mostly true, there are some exceptions.

Puerto Rico

This Caribbean island is a U.S. territory, but it has a feel unlike any U.S. state, making it a popular travel destination. Its landscape is known for mountains, waterfalls, and rainforests.

Canada

Canada is the world’s second-largest country in area and has the world’s longest coastline, so there’s plenty to explore. Although you can visit without a passport, certain conditions apply.

Bermuda

Famous for its pink-sand beaches, the island paradise of Bermuda is a British territory. The culture is a blend of American and British, and Bermuda is a popular cruise and resort destination.

Northern Marianas Islands

This U.S. commonwealth is located in the Pacific Ocean. Its attractions include mountains, sandy beaches, coral reefs, sandy beaches, and WWII battle sites.

Mexico

With an enhanced driver’s license or passport card, you can enter this beautiful and historic country to our south without a passport. This is thanks to the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.

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