Where Americans who have been immunized can now go.
Travel has made a strong comeback in the recent year, thanks to the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccination. While new varieties continue to raise worries, physical or digital confirmation of vaccination has permitted tourists to (temporarily and securely) resume their previously canceled plans.
Although vaccine availability varies by country, some countries are launching their tourist industry by encouraging fully immunized visitors to come.
According to the US Embassy in the Bahamas, non-US nationals must present proof of immunization, whereas US citizens have no entrance restrictions.
All COVID-19 entrance criteria have been abolished by the Belize Tourism Board.
Fully vaccinated passengers flying or cruising to Bermuda will be asked to produce proof of vaccination, which must be uploaded before to travel. According to the authorities, unvaccinated passengers must upload proof of valid travel insurance to enter.
Travel Authorization is necessary for all passengers aged 2 and above, and the application fee is $40.
Virgin Islands of the United Kingdom
According to the British Virgin Islands government, all COVID-19 entrance criteria have been eliminated.
According to the US Embassy in Cambodia, Cambodia welcomes both vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors without the necessity for testing prior to arrival. In addition, the nation has reopened its visa-on-arrival program.
According to the government, unvaccinated tourists must undergo a quick antigen test upon arrival, which costs $5 USD.
According to the Canadian Government, all COVID-19 travel limitations for entrance have been lifted.
According to the Croatian National Tourist Board, welcomes US visitors with no COVID-19-related travel restrictions.
According to the government’s COVID-19 website, has lifted all COVID-19 entrance and internal limitations.
According to the US Embassy, Ecuador has repealed COVID-19 entrance criteria.
According to the Finnish government, all COVID-19-related entrance requirements have been abolished.
According to the French authorities, all pandemic-related immigration restrictions have been eliminated.
According to Tahiti Tourism, there are no longer any admission criteria for French Polynesia.
According to the German Missions in the United States, there are no longer any COVID-19-related entry regulations for travel to Germany.
According to the government, Ireland has eliminated all COVID-19-related entry regulations for travel.
According to the Ministry of Health, there are currently no entrance regulations in place for overseas visitors to Israel. The ministry does add, however, that it has the ability to amend the rules and that the best method to find out information is to check the current list of requirements prior to departure.
According to the National Tourist Board of Italy, all COVID-19-related travel restrictions have been eliminated.
According to the Malta Tourism Authority, all pandemic-related travel restrictions have been lifted.
According to the government, the Netherlands has abolished COVID-19-related immigration restrictions.
According to the embassy, Panama has removed all COVID-19 entrance restrictions for US visitors.
According to the Qatar Ministry of Public Health, there are presently no COVID-19 entrance requirements for tourists.
According to the Singapore Tourism Board, welcomes all visitors, regardless of immunization status. Vaccinated passengers (as well as unvaccinated minors under the age of 12) are exempt from all pre-departure, on-arrival, quarantine, and entrance permissions.
Unvaccinated tourists aged 12 and up must provide documentation of a PCR or fast antigen test done within two days of departure, as well as travel insurance that covers COVID-19 and provides at least $30,000 in medical coverage.
TraceTogether is an app that travelers must download. Travelers must submit an SG Arrival Card and an e-health declaration three days before their departure via the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website.
Vaccinated visitors are permitted to enter Seychelles, and no pre-departure testing is required. According to the US Embassy, all tourists will be asked to fill out a Health Travel Authorization form before to arrival.
According to the government, Spain has eliminated all COVID-19-related health restrictions at entry ports, making it one of the last European nations to do so.
However, travelers from outside the European Union must still show proof of vaccination administered within 270 days, a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure, a negative rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours of departure, or proof they contracted COVID-19 and recovered within 180 days.
According to the US Embassy in Sri Lanka, fully vaccinated tourists can enter the nation quarantine-free and without any pre-arrival testing.
According to the tourist site, unvaccinated passengers can also be excused from quarantine if they present documentation of a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of their journey or a negative fast antigen test taken within 48 hours of their vacation. Children under the age of 12 are excused from testing.
According to the US Embassy, all COVID-19 entrance restrictions have been eliminated.
St. Kitts and Nevis
According to the Tourism Authority, all travelers, regardless of vaccination status, are welcome to St. Kitts and Nevis.
According to the Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland has abolished all COVID-19-related entry restrictions.
According to the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Thailand has lifted all pandemic-related entrance criteria and welcomes all international visitors, including those from the United States. To enter, travelers no longer need to present proof of immunization or any testing.
Turks and Caicos Islands
According to the administration, there are no COVID-19 admission criteria for Turks and Caicos.
The United Kingdom
According to the government, the United Kingdom has eliminated all COVID-19-related entry regulations.
Vaccinated passengers may enter Zimbabwe without previous testing; however, unvaccinated travelers must present a COVID-19 test in order to enter, according to the US Embassy.
Alison Fox is a Travel & Leisure contributing writer. When she is not in New York City, she enjoys going to the beach or visiting new places, and she aims to visit every country in the globe. On Instagram, you may follow her experiences.