International travel for Americans is going to be limited this summer, since the European Union has banned Americans from entering. However, the Caribbean is still open. Here is a list of updated options for those wanting to travel.**
The Points Guy ~ “On June 30, we learned that the European Union will not allow Americans when it begins reopening for tourists on July 1. That means we’re taking Greece, and lots of other places, off our summer travel wish list. So where can Americans go? Read on.
Americans are finding something very new when they go to plan international travel: The welcome mat has been rolled up. Most countries are not allowing U.S. visitors right now because of coronavirus. The United States has had more than 126,000 deaths, and remains among the hardest-hit countries on the planet.
But there is some good news. Americans now have some options. So what’s open? Here’s the list:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- The Bahamas
- The Dominican Republic
- French Polynesia
- Puerto Rico
- The Maldives
- St Barths
- St. Lucia
- Saint Maarten
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Turks and Caicos
- The U.S. Virgin Islands
We included two U.S. territories (Puerto Rico and the USVI) on our list of destinations — in part, because there are so few places that are open to Americans.
Unfortunately, most of Asia, all of Europe and all of Oceania remain off limits.
Be sure to read restrictions carefully before planning a trip.” ~ The Points Guy
Click the link below for details, and be sure to read all travel advisories prior to booking any travel, as information is constantly changing and updating.
**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.