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These 40 Countries Have Lifted US Travel Restrictions (or Will Be Soon)

Anne September 30th, 2020

 

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Traveling internationally from the US may be different this year, but it’s still possible. Slowly, US travelers are starting to see some destination countries, many Caribbean nations, are reopening their borders for tourism.

After months of quarantine, distancing from the travel fun, and hearing about travel restrictions popping up everywhere from California to Florida, you can finally start to find plenty of space to soak up some much-needed vitamin D on the islands of Bermuda, Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, and many more. Go island hopping or simply get away from your daily routine. With fresh air abound and wide-open outdoor lifestyle lined up, you can still achieve your bucket list activities.

Looking for culturally significant travel instead of island life? Make plans to visit one of the world’s seven wonders in Mexico called Chichén Itzá, as Mexico opened its borders for tourism in late June.

To protect international travelers and local residents from a large outbreak of the virus, government officials in these countries are putting in place new guidelines at hotels and airports. Additionally, travelers can expect preventive measures they will need to adhere to for their travel. Many countries are requiring temperatures checks and coronavirus testing before being admitted into the country.

Here are some of the top destinations that are making plans to reopen or are currently open.

*= some restrictions may include and not limited to requiring masks to be worn in public places, social distancing measures that limit gathering sizes, a recent certified negative test, self-quarantines, and more.

Update: The US Virgin Islands and Bali (Indonesia) has been removed and the following countries have been added: Anguilla, Austria, Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Ireland, Kenya, Montenegro, Namibia, Slovenia, South Korea and Ukraine. 

Note: International travel restrictions and guidelines are being updated around the world regularly. The information below is accurate as of September 9, 2020. We will continue to update and provide additional travel destinations as they become available. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) also provides the latest travel restrictions per country via an interactive map.


Anguilla
Happy Bay, Anguilla

Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda, Falmouth harbour bay

Aruba

Oranjestad Aruba Marina

Austria
Waterfall at Swarovski, Austria

Barbados

Bridgetown Barbados Marina

Belize
Belize Barrier Reef Tobacco Cay

Bermuda
Coast of the Bermuda island

Brazil
Night view of Rio de Janerio, Brazil

Costa Rica
Tenorio Waterfall, Costa Rica

Croatia

Old town of Dubrovnik Croatia with cable car ascending Srd mountain Dalmatia

Dominica

Roseau, Dominica, Caribbean

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Bayahibe beach Lighthouse

Ecuador

Laguna de Quilotoa Ecuador

Egypt

Mosques in Cairo, Egypt

French Polynesia - The Islands of Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Mo'orea

Moorea, French Polynesia

Grenada

Annandale Falls Grenada Waterfall


Guatemala
Temple of the Great Jaguar at Tikal in Guatemala


Honduras
Roatan, Honduras


Ireland
Dublin, Ireland


Jamaica

Jamaica island Montego Bay

Kenya
Three giraffe in National park of Kenya

Martinique
Martinique Mount Pelée volcano

MexicoCancun Mexico

Montenegro
Flickr Trish Hartmann, Montenegro

Namibia
Windhoek, Namibia at Sunset


Puerto Rico
El Morro San Juan Puerto Rico

St. Barth

Gustavia St Barth in the Caribbean

St. Lucia

Saint Lucia Beach Gros Piton

St. Martin

Maho bay beach, St Martin

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Bequia St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Serbia

Belgrade Sava River Serbia

Slovenia 
Mountain view of Slovenia

South Korea
Gyeongbokgung Palace with Star trails at night in Seoul,Korea


Tanzania

Tanzania Africa Serengeti National Park Zebras at sunset

Tunisia

Tunisia Sidi Bou Said

Turkey
Hagia Sophia, Instanbul

Turks and Caicos
Grace Bay Turks and Caicos

Ukraine
Kiev Ukraine Pechersk Lavra monastery


United Arab Emirates

Skyscrapers in Dubai

United Kingdom

London Tower in England

 

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