It seems like things may be looking up, finally. Last week, the U.S. State Department lifted it’s ‘Do Not Travel’ Level 4 advisory on international travel. This announcement has made Americans more eager to travel but that still doesn’t mean other countries are ready to open their borders as we remain one of the hardest-hit countries in the world from COVID-19.
With all of the international border limitations, many travelers are confused on where they’re allowed to go.
Here is a list of 20 countries Americans are allowed to travel to right now.
Opening earlier this summer, Antigua and Barbuda is welcoming U.S. travelers as long as they test negative for COVID-19 within 7 days of arriving in the country.
Travelers may have to take an additional test upon arrival.
This Caribbean country opened on July 10th and is requiring U.S. visitors to provide negative COVID-19 test results within 72 hours of flying. Travelers must also purchase Aruba Visitors Insurance in case they contract the virus while in Aruba.
Americans were banned from the Bahamas last month but are now able to visit the island. U.S. travelers will have to quarantine for 14 days when arriving as well as uploading a negative COVID-19 test and a completed Bahamas Health Visa application.
As long as you can provide a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of your flight, you’ll be able to visit Barbados. Just be prepared to complete an online immigration card as well as answering a few questions upon arrival.
Visiting Bermuda will require paying a $75 fee for a COVID-19 test in Bermuda. Travelers will also have to show proof of a negative test within 7 days of departure.
Visiting Cambodia will come at a steep price. Travelers are expected to put down a $3,000 deposit of “COVID-19-related expenses” which includes a test upon arriving in Cambodia. Travelers must also have at least $50,000 in travel insurance in case medical treatment is needed while in the country.
Croatia is allowing U.S. citizens for business, education, and tourism. A negative COVID-19 test is required within 48 hours of arrival.
U.S. travelers have been able to visit Dominica since August 7th. Travelers must have to provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 24 to 72 hours before arriving on the island in addition to completing an online questionnaire.
When visiting the Dominican Republic, it is required to either show a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival or undergo testing at the airport. The U.S. State Department is advising Americans to not visit the Dominican Republic at this time since it is one of the heaviest-hit islands in the Caribbean.
Egypt began opening its borders on July 1st with screening and health measures in place.
Americans are able to visit Tahiti and Bora Bora as long as proof of travel insurance is shown, health protocols are followed and you’re willing to get tested upon arrival.
If you’re traveling to Jamaica from Arizona, Florida, New York, and Texas, you will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result within 10 days of your travel. All U.S. travelers will have to complete Jamaica’s online travel authorization.
When visiting the Maldives, U.S. travelers will have to complete a health declaration when arriving and provide negative COVID-19 test results.
U.S. travelers won’t have to provide negative COVID-19 test results upon arrival but will have to receive temperature checks when landing at the airport and checking into hotels.
Rwanda opened its borders on August 1st and require U.S. travelers to provide negative COVID-19 test results within 3 days of arrival.
As long as you can provide negative COVID-19 test results within 72 hours of arrival, you can visit St. Barts.
All U.S. citizens visiting Saint Lucia are required to provide negative COVID-19 test results within 7 days of arrival. You will also be required to complete a Pre-Arrival Travel Registration Form and book accommodations at a COVID-19 certified property.
If you can provide a negative COVID-19 test result within two days of landing, then you won’t have to take a test upon arrival.
U.S. citizens visiting Turkey will have to complete a health form as well as share their travel history and if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
Americans are able to visit Turks and Caicos as long as they submit a negative COVID-19 test result within 5 days of arrival, proof of insurance that will cover COVID-19 medical costs and an online health screening.