Where can I travel to NOW as a United States citizen during COVID19?
Wondering where Americans can travel now? In this article, I’ll keep an updated list of where it is legally allowed to visit if you’re an American citizen. Keep this page bookmarked to stay up to date on the current travel restrictions of United States citizens during COVID19.
Current Countries Americans can travel to NOW
If you plan on visiting any of the countries on the list below, please visit their embassy website for more details on what is needed at least two weeks before boarding the plane to the destination.
- * = A COVID19 negative test is required for entry.
- + = A self-quarantine is required upon arrival (amount of time can vary but is generally 14 days).
Countries allowing entry:
Updated October 21, 2020
- Antigua and Barbuda*+
- The Bahamas*
- Costa Rica* (starting November 1)
- Curacao* (starting first week of November)
- Dominican Republic
- French Polynesia*
- Haiti +
- The Maldives*
- Malta – Must quarantine in Ireland or Turkey before visiting.
- North Macedonia
- St. Barts*
- St. Kitts and Nevis (starting October 31)
- St. Lucia*
- St. Maarten*
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines*+
- South Korea+
- Turks and Caicos *
- United Kingdom+
That is the current list of where Americans can travel now. Many of the locations require a self-quarantine of up to 14 days, which I think makes it unappealing to visit. Therefore, it might make more sense to explore the United States right now. If you’re never visited New York, you could visit there (as long as your state is not on the mandatory 14-day quarantine list).
If you’re feeling frustrated at how long COVID-19 has lasted you’re not alone. I feel that frustration too! Check out my COVID-19 resources for more advice on what to do now, or if you lost your job watch my video on how to make money from home today.
Stay strong. We will get through this together!