Con los casos de COVID-19 en EE. UU. Cercanos a los 29 millones, algunas naciones continúan viendo a los vacacionistas estadounidenses con cautela. Sin embargo, varios países están reabriendo sus puertas.
It’s up to you to decide whether international travel is a good idea right now. The health risks are obvious. Nations might tighten their coronavirus restrictions at any time. You may have to adhere to curfews and mask mandates that are different to those in the U.S. Yet as vaccines are rolled out worldwide, the world is gradually becoming more open again.
What follows are some highlights of destinations that Americans are permitted to travel to followed by a full alphabetical list of countries and territories. We naturally advise you to consult the State Department and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the latest risk assessments and restrictions before making those long-awaited travel plans.
Set on the Adriatic Sea, Albania remains open. While there are no Covid-19 test requirements or quarantine to enter, you can expect a health screening. Mask requirements and new curfews are in place
Visitors 11 and older must have a negative Covid-19 PCR test result no more than five days old before arrival. Once you have the negative result, you can apply for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa here, where you must opt in for Covid-19 health insurance.
U.S. visitors must complete a health pass form but are no longer required to take a Covid-19 PCR test. You must have proof of travel medical insurance, which you can get in Costa Rica.
U.S. travelers to Egypt need to present a negative PCR Covid-19 test result. It should be no older than 72 hours before flight departure. Travelers must present paper copies; digital copies aren’t accepted. Children 5 and younger are exempt.
The land border between the U.S. and Mexico remains closed through at least March 21, but U.S. travelers can still fly there. No testing requirements are in place to enter, but the State Department lists numerous states to avoid because of crime. You can expect temperature checks and other screenings upon arrival.
One of the most popular destinations in Africa has reopened to U.S. citizens. You need a negative Covid-19 PCR or serology test result taken within 72 hours of departure to enter. Keep in mind a Covid-19 variant has been discovered here—check news reports closely before you make plans.
The remaining destinations are:
Antigua & Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Virgin Islands
Dutch Caribbean Islands
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Turks and Caicos
United Arab Emirates