Where can Americans Travel Right Now?

The Caribbean

Most of the Caribbean is now open for US tourists. Antigua and Barbuda opened its doors to tourists last June 1.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is accepting US citizens since July 1st. Traveller's must first finish a temperature screening and undergo the china coronavirus test on landing.


Brazil returned to its normal, essentially with no limitations, and is permitting American sightseers to visit starting on July 30, 2020. Brazil is just requesting that guests have legitimate travel protection that covers COVID.


Worldwide traveller's won't need to go into obligatory isolation upon landing in Velana Global Air terminal in the Maldives. Nor will they have to provide evidence they have tested negative for the china coronavirus. Starting on July 15, Maldives returns to its ways to permit the travel industry.


While Tunisia is all right to visit presently, including the capital Tunis and a great part of the north of the nation, a significant part of the south and the western fringe is thought to be risky for vacation travel, in view of current warfare and military activities.


Foreigners in North Macedonia, with or without a visa, may stay until August 31, 2020. Eateries and bars with outside seating were allowed to open starting May 28 under explicit rules provided by the Legislature of North Macedonia.