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Where Can Americans Travel Right Now?

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Traveling during COVID-19 is not an easy task with all of the current travel restrictions and entry requirements. We at Travel Off Path are going to make things easy and have compiled a list of all the places where Americans can travel right now without quarantines or covid testing.  

With the second wave of the pandemic and increasingly difficult entry requirements, Americans are looking to travel to countries that are easy to access.

Every country on the list has does not have mandatory quarantines, does not require COVID-19 testing and is accepting Americans for travel and tourism. 

Just grab your U.S. passport and get on the plane!

American traveler picks up bag at airport

Countries Where Americans Can Travel Right Now


Albania is one of the destinations where Americans can travel right now without any quarantines or Covid-19 tests. If you are ok with having your temperature taken upon arrival, you're in! 

Check out our complete guide on Albania Reopening For Tourism.

Americans Can Travel to Albania with no travel restrictions
Ksamil - Butrint National Park, Sarande, Albania


Despite the level 4 travel warning due to high numbers of  COVID-19 cases, Brazil is one of the countries that Americans can travel to right now. There are no COVID-19 entry requirements!  

Just a heads up though, the Rio Carnival was cancelled for the year. 

Check out our complete guide on Brazil reopening for tourism.

Brazil Coast
Copacabana area of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil


Colombia reopened its borders on September 21. Soon after reopening, the US State Department lowered its level 4 ‘Do Not Travel' warning down to a level 3.

In the first few weeks of reopening, Colombia was requiring all arrivals to bring a negative PCR test, taken within 96 hours of arrival. However, on November 4, Colombia completely dropped the PCR test requirement. 

U.S. travelers can enter Colombia with no tests and no quarantines. 

Read more about Colombia's reopening and Covid-19 requirements

Colombia Removes PCR Test Requirement For Tourists
Copacabana area of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Dominican Republic

 The Dominican Republic has reopened for tourism and is accepting American tourists. 

American travelers will not have to get a COVID-19 test before traveling to the island and there are no mandatory quarantines. 

Just a note: As part of the entry requirements for the Dominican Republic, random travelers could be selected for a COVID-19 breath test.

Read the complete guide to the Dominican Republic reopening for tourism.

Americans Can Travel To the Dominican Republic
Tourist walking on the beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic


Haiti reopened back on June 30th is US residents are permitted entry.

When Haiti first opened they still had a 14-day quarantine, but as of now, there are no quarantine requirements or mandatory COVID-19 tests. 

haiti reopening tourism
Coast of Haiti


While it may be for the more adventurous traveler, Kosovo is open for American travelers.  

Kosovo has no COVID-19 testing requirements or mandatory quarantines. Ensure you understand the risks of traveling to Kosovo. 

Americans can travel to Kosovo


Mexico has reopened for tourism and many destinations are seeing a strong recovery including Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo and Mazatlan

Americans can travel to Mexico right now without any travel restrictions. Mexico has remained the top destination for American travelers throughout the pandemic and there are no quarantines or COVID-19 tests required. 

Mexico now requires a completed Health Declaration Form be filled out before entry into the country. 

The online form is easy to fill out. Once you are done, it will display a QR code. Take a screenshot of this or print it out, as you will need to show it at the airport.

Have the form ready before the airport security screening as it will be checked before being allowed to proceed. 

Read the complete guide to Mexico Reopening For Tourism.

Resort in Cancun, Mexico

North Macedonia

North Macedonia has reopened for tourism and is accepting American travelers. 

There are no quarantine requirements or mandatory COVID-19 tests. 

North Macedonia is open for american travelers right now
Osogovo Monastery, North Macedonia


Americans can travel to Serbia right now without having to face any quarantines or COVID-19 testing. 

Serbia has maintained easy COVID-19 entry requirements, which recently has caused a small surge in tourism but also in COVID-19 cases.

Downtown Belgrade Serbia
Downtown Belgrade Serbia


Tanzania has reopened for tourism and American travelers are welcome to enter the country. 

Recently Tanzania dropped its COVID-19 testing requirements making it one of the few countries in the world without testing or quarantines. 

A lioness relaxing in a tree in Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania


Turkey has reopened for tourism and is open for Americans.

Americans can travel to Turkey without any travel restrictions. There are no quarantines or COVID-19 testing.  

Turkey is also becoming a transit hub for Americans reaching other parts of the world. 

Important Note: Make sure to get your e-visa before hopping on your flight. As of December Turkey has announced regional restrictions but the entry requirements are the same. 

See the complete entry requirements for Turkey. 

Dome Architecture in Sultanahmet, Turkey
Dome Architecture in Sultanahmet, Turkey

There are also over 50 countries that are accepting Americans that require PCR testing before or upon arrival. See the full list of Countries accepting Americans that also require a negative COVID-19 test

If you  have the extra time to complete a quarantine here are the Countries open to Americans that require a 7-14 day quarantine period

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Disclaimer: Current travel rules and restrictions can change without notice. The decision to travel is ultimately your responsibility. Contact your consulate and/or local authorities to confirm your nationality’s entry and/or any changes to travel requirements before traveling.  Travel Off Path does not endorse traveling against government advisories

Originally published October 5, 2020 


Sunday 13th of December 2020

I am reading that Belarus requires a 5-10 day quarantine (no one is quite sure) on TripAdvisor. Is this inaccurate? Thanks!

Kashlee Kucheran

Sunday 13th of December 2020

Yes, they now require a 10-day quarantine from US travelers.

sal kosto

Tuesday 17th of November 2020

Is travel possible in Barcelona spain?

Kashlee Kucheran

Tuesday 17th of November 2020

From the USA? no. the EU is closed to American residents


Saturday 31st of October 2020

FYI SERBIA Practically no one wears a mask in the two places we have visited so far (Belgrade and Zrenjanin).

We’ve been in Serbia, one of the very few countries in Europe that Americans can visit without any travel restrictions, for the last 6 days. It looks like Sturgis, ND during this past August’s motorcycle rally. My best guess would be less than 5% of people wear a mask. Most people don’t even have a mask visible on their body, as many people do in Turkey, where they "wear" their mask over the arm/elbow.

Rajeev Fernando

Tuesday 27th of October 2020

Hello. Thank you for taking the time to do this. Can Americans travel to Philippines with a negative covid PCR ?

Thank you,


Kashlee Kucheran

Tuesday 27th of October 2020

No, they are closed for all tourism at this time.

Melissa W

Monday 26th of October 2020

Thank you for this Article!