Countries That Have Reopened For American Tourists

Where can Americans and U.S. passport holders travel right now? Here’s a full list of countries that have reopened their borders for American tourists.

American travelers are eagerly wondering what countries and cities they can travel to right now, should they choose to!

The good news? As many countries start to relax restrictions and reopen borders, many are now accepting tourists from the United States.

We’ve compiled all the details of where Americans can currently travel domestically and internationally. As rules continuously change, destinations may suddenly reopen or close to American tourists without notice, so readers need to check with local authorities before booking a trip to ensure entry.

Albania – July 1
Antigua and Barbuda – June 4
Aruba – July 10
Bahamas – July 1
Barbados – July 12
Bali (Indonesia) September 1
Belize – August 15
Bermuda – July 1
Croatia – July 1
Dominica – August 7
Dominican Republic – July 1
Dubai (UAE) – July 7
French Polynesia – July 15
Grenada – August 1
Jamaica – June 15
Maldives – July 15
Malta – July 11 (pending exception approval)
Mexico – June 8
North Macedonia – July 1
Rwanda – June 17
Serbia – May 22
Sri Lanka – postponed
St. Barths – June 22
St. Lucia – June 4
St. Maarten – August 1
St. Vincent and The Grenadines – July 1
Tanzania – June 1
Turkey – June 12
Turks and Caicos – July 22
U.S. Virgin Islands – June 1