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Countries Where You Can Travel Without a Passport

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Northern Marianas Islands

The Northern Mariana Islands form a US commonwealth in the Pacific Ocean. This island region boasts diverse attractions such as mountains.

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Mexico

Thanks to the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, entering Mexico, a beautiful and historic country to our south, is possible with an enhanced driver’s license or passport card.

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American Samoa

The National Park of American Samoa offers exploration opportunities amid tropical landscapes, including beaches, reefs, and rainforests.

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Canada

Canada, as the world’s second-largest country with the longest coastline, offers ample opportunities for exploration.

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Turks and Caicos

The tropical archipelago of Turks and Caicos, located just southeast of the Bahamas, comprises forty low-lying coral islands.

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St. John Island

Experience the natural allure of the Caribbean Sea through the captivating St. John Island. This destination is a primary vacation spot in the archipelago.

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US Virgin Islands

Being a US territory, entry to the US Virgin Islands doesn’t require a passport. Yet, the appropriate ID is necessary, so ensure you verify the requirements in advance.

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Guam

Entry to the US island territory in the Western Pacific, Guam, is possible for US citizens without a passport, given proof of citizenship or appropriate ID.

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Bermuda

Bermuda, renowned for its pink-sand beaches, is a British territory with a culture blending American and British influences.

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