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These 60 Countries Have Lifted US Travel Restrictions (or Will Be Soon)

Anne March 9th, 2021
These 60 Countries Have Lifted US Travel Restrictions (or Will Be Soon)


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One of our most popular blog posts, since the COVID-19 pandemic began, has been our series on where you can travel internationally now or will be able to soon. That soon word is starting to be more and more tantalizing for travelers. As we watch the much anticipated rollout of vaccinations, the rules and requirements for travel to return on a greater scale are being developed country-by-country. 

Travel, and to a greater extent perhaps, international travel brings together so much across the world. People, places, and cultures invite new perspectives into our lives. Experiencing unique food, styles, and attitudes can enrich our lives long after we've visited new and favorite destinations. We hope you enjoy our inspirational list and when the time is right for you travel safely, wisely, and with an open heart. 

If it's exploring out on safari or escaping the cold season's weather on the beach, if you are ready, there's an international travel destination waiting for you. We want you to know that no matter if you are ready to go now or are waiting for the right time, we will be here for you when you are ready. 

As usual, know that to protect international travelers and local residents from a large outbreak of the virus, government officials in these countries have put in place guidelines at hotels and airports. Additionally, travelers can expect preventive measures they will need to adhere to for their travel. Many countries are requiring temperature checks and coronavirus testing before being admitted into the country. Don't forget that the US has its own testing requirements for international travel. Make sure to check the most up-to-date resources on travel requirements before booking a trip.

Since our late update, these 4 countries have been removed: Austria, French Polynesia, Martinique, and Slovenia. Here are some of the top destinations that are making plans to reopen or are currently open.

*Quarantine is not required unless you have a positive test result however other measures may be required by government officials
**Quarantine is required and some restrictions may include and are 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.

Note: International travel restrictions and guidelines are being updated around the world regularly. The information below is accurate as of Feb 10, 2021. 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.

Happy Bay, Anguilla

Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda, Falmouth harbour bay


Oranjestad Aruba Marina

Bahamas Pool view of Atlantis

Skyline of Manama by World Trade Center Building


Bridgetown Barbados Marina

Belize Barrier Reef Tobacco Cay

Coast of the Bermuda island

La Paz, Bolivia

Night view of Rio de Janerio, Brazil

British Virgin Islands 
Jost Van Dyke, BVI


Majestic Day in Patagonia, Chile


Costa Rica
Tenorio Waterfall, Costa Rica


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

Curacao, Netherlands Antilles


Roseau, Dominica, Caribbean

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Bayahibe beach Lighthouse


Laguna de Quilotoa Ecuador


Mosques in Cairo, Egypt

El Salvador
Historic Center of San Salvador


Annandale Falls Grenada Waterfall

Temple of the Great Jaguar at Tikal in Guatemala

Labadee, Haiti

Roatan, Honduras

Dublin, Ireland


Jamaica island Montego Bay

Amman Citadel in Jordan

Three giraffe in National park of Kenya

Franco Pecchio, Kosovo

Temple of Bacchus in Lebanon

MexicoCancun Mexico

Hartmann, Montenegro

Casablanca, Morocco

Windhoek, Namibia at Sunset

Mount Everest, Nepal

Panama City in the Twilight

Machu Picchu, Peru

Puerto Rico
El Morro San Juan Puerto Rico

Atheneum Bucharest, Romania

Saint Barthélemy

Gustavia St Barth in the Caribbean

Saint Kitts and Nevis 

Port Zante in Basseterrre town, St. Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia Beach Gros Piton

Saint Marten/Sint Maarten

Maho bay beach, St Martin

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Bequia St. Vincent and the Grenadines


Belgrade Sava River Serbia

La Digue, Seychelles

South Africa
Cape Point, South Africa

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

Hillside Teahouse in Jiufen, Taiwan


Tanzania Africa Serengeti National Park Zebras at sunset


Buddhist Temple in Thailand


Tunisia Sidi Bou Said

Hagia Sophia, Instanbul

Turks and Caicos
Grace Bay Turks and Caicos

Kiev Ukraine Pechersk Lavra monastery

United Arab Emirates

Skyscrapers in Dubai

United Kingdom

London Tower in England


US Virgin Islands

Trunk Bay on Saint John Island, USVI

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