10 Paradise Destinations For Valentine's Day You Can Visit Without A Passport
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10 Paradise Destinations For Valentine's Day You Can Visit Without A Passport

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Brunno Braga
Brunno Braga Feb 2, 2022

As Valentine’s Day approaches, you may be dreaming about traveling with your boo to some tropical paradise destinations. However, some people are frustrated because they don’t have a passport or this document has expired. But, do you know that is possible to visit paradise destinations for Valentine’s Day without a passport? Yes, you can visit islands/paradise territories and enjoy everything that typical Caribbean or Southeast Asian countries can offer, such as turquoise waters, pleasant climate and stunning landscapes.

In fact, there are many available options that allow your romantic dream trip to become more accessible as in many of these places, tourists will be able to find resorts and other points of good infrastructure for the care of visitors.

Find out now which are the paradisiacal places that you and your boo can visit with just a regular ID.

Editor’s note: Please travel smart at all times and adhere to any entry rules and requirements.

1. San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan offers a lively Caribbean atmosphere, including stunning beaches, amazing nature, vibrant nightlife, delicious food, and very friendly people.

As Travel Noire reported, San Juan is one of the cheapest destinations in the US. There are a ton of flights for less than $100 round-trip.

2. US Virgin Islands

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Also located in the Caribbean region, The U.S. Virgin Islands is an island chain comprising St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John.

Also known as “America’s Paradise”, this year-round destination offers an average winter temperature of 28 degrees Celsius (a little higher in summer), the weather here is almost always beach perfect.

Beautiful beaches and stunning landscapes.

The US Virgin Islands are 40-50 miles east of Puerto Rico; and about 1106 miles southeast Miami, Florida.

3. La Jolla, California

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With a breathtaking coastline that provides astounding views, La Jolla is considered one of the most popular beach destinations in California. Surrounded on three sides by the sea and backed by the steep slopes of Mt. Soledad, La Jolla’s natural beauty, outdoor activities and pleasant lifestyle; the “the jewel” of San Diego is another option for those who want to enjoy a paradisiac destination without having a passport.

La Jolla offers a lot of accommodations from luxurious hotels to casual coastal retreats, along with museums and art galleries.

4. South Padre Island, Texas

Located on the Southern Coast of Texas, South Padre Island is a year-round destination for those who love clearwater tropical beaches, South Padre Island may be a good option. 

5. The Northern Mariana Islands

The Northern Mariana Islands, also known as The Marianas, are a calm warm-weather gateway in the

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western Pacific Ocean.

The archipelago offers public beach parks and preserves as well as golf courses and other sports facilities that provide recreation. Due to its beautiful beaches, scuba diving is particularly popular among tourists.

6. Guam

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Located in the Western Pacific, Guam is a perfect destination for those who like to enjoy warm weather and sealife.

Guam is synonymous with adventure and, to help, it has an endless summer climate that attracts many tourists looking for alternative means of leisure.

The island holds parks that have incredible attractions for those who like to combine nature and fun, such as the Sigua Falls, located at the top of Nimitz Hill.

The Latte Valley is Guam’s top adventure park, where visitors can get in touch with Chamorro culture and nature at the same time.

7. Key West, Florida

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Key West is an incredible city known for its natural beauty. Key West is, in fact, an island, belonging to the Florida Keys archipelago, located in the extreme south of the state.

This is the southernmost city in the United States, which is closer to Cuba than to Miami. While Key West is about 167 miles from Miami, its distance to Havana is only 105 miles.

Hence, this is a famous Florida tourist spot, attracting visitors from all over the world, who enjoy the Caribbean sea of this small Florida town. There are several alternatives of what to do here, with the sunset photo being one of the city’s main attractions.”

8. Vieques Islands , Puerto Rico

Over the last decade, Vieques Island in Puerto Rico has become known as a luxurious and peaceful destination, where residents and tourists can enjoy the tropical climate and natural wealth without worrying about the hype of the capital San Juan.

The fact that the territory is underdeveloped is precisely what contributes to its tourism. With beaches and virtually unexplored areas of vegetation, the 134 square miles destination is full of wildlife.

Playa Negra (Little lack Beach) is one of Vieques’ main attractions. This remote beach offers sand that is a mix of both black and brown specks of sand. Take a morning stroll or morning swim as you witness Puerto Rico’s beautiful sunrise.

9. Amelia Island, Florida

Named one of the top ten islands in the US by USA Today Travel, Amelia Island is prized for its long stretches of tranquil beaches, natural beauty, unique history and fascinating seaport character. The destination also has sophisticated accommodations, luxurious spas, championship golf courses, delicious dinners and a wide range of outdoor activities.

Visitors to Amelia Island will find themselves surrounded by a huge range of activities, with many ways to fill their time. Tourists can stroll through the historic center of Fernandina Beach in a comfortable horse-drawn buggy or set sail on a local sunset boat tour.

Nature lovers can take in the island’s natural wonders on a Segway ride or enjoy a kayak or stand-up paddleboarding tour to observe the region’s extraordinary wildlife.

10. Catalina Island, California

This island paradise, oddly enough, is not part of the vacation itinerary of most tourists visiting California. Located between Los Angeles and San Diego, 22 miles from the coast in the south, Catalina Island is a perfect destination for a day trip or even a weekend getaway.

It’s beaches with white sand is contagious, but walking through the palm-lined streets of the island also yields moments of delight. With its colorful houses always illuminated by the sun’s rays, you will be delighted to enjoy the day out.

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