Anyone who considers himself or herself a wanderlust will agree that now is the best time to travel. Tourism is booming in a lot of countries all over the world. In addition, there are so may places to visit with so much to offer for you to appreciate. Having said that, we want you to think about visiting places outside the country. Where, you ask? A good start is looking at this list of VISA free countries where U.S. citizens can visit easily.
Learn About Your Destination
American citizens can enter around 100 places without having a visa in their US passport. How do we know what these countries are? The U.S. Passports & International Travel website currently features a “Learn About Your Destination” resource which allows you to access country specific information for every country of the world. In this website, you will find the location of the U.S. embassy and any consular offices. Information about whether you need a visa in visiting a specific country will also be seen. In addition, everything you need to know about crime, security, health, medical services, and drug penalties are also provided. It’s very helpful! This is also a good place to start learning about where you are going.
This section is also very easy to use and navigate. Just click on the link above to access their alphabetical listing of countries and view specific entry requirements. The link also includes information regarding passports, visas, as well as immunizations and additional fees. You should also check here for any conditions abroad that may affect your safety and security.
To make it easier for you guys, we listed below the some places where holders of US passports usually travel to. In Europe, you may want to travel to France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom. In the Americas, interesting places to visit include Bahamas, Canada, Haiti, Jamaica, and Mexico. In Asia, Americans usually go to Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. In the continent of Africa, you may want to visit Morocco and South Africa. And finally, in the Oceania continent, New Zealand will be delightful to see. Americans can travel to these places either without a visa where a visa on arrival will be issued for a fee. Remember, entry to some of these countries is free but only for a fixed period. To see the complete list, click here.
Already decided which country to visit? Remember that a good vacation needs thorough planning so do call your travel agent now! Have fun visiting new places and don’t forget to take photos to share! Traveling with pets? Traveling with kids? Do check out our News and Information segment to find out more.