Find out where US residents can travel to right now with the COVID travel map feature (updated several times a day).
Top 5 Countries That Are Open For US Residents Now
Updated 14 September 2021
Americans have always loved visiting their friendly neighbour Canada, well known for its for its high standard of living combined with the quality of life, awe inspiring scenery and very amiable locals.
As of August 9, vaccinated American travelers can travel to Canada. Visitors to this northern nation must be fully vaccinated with a Canada-approved vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J or AstraZeneca) and submit proof electronically through the ArriveCAN app. They must also show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours prior to entering.
Picturesque lavender fields, iconic monuments and buildings, fairy-tale castles and scenic villages easily makes France one of the most visited tourist spots in the world.
Vaccinated travellers can once again pay a visit to the Louvre, the Palace of Versailles, wine regions, beaches and numerous other attractions in France, upon presenting their fully vaccinated status at the airport, and availing a Health Pass. Unvaccinated travellers from the US can also enter France but must provide proof of a negative coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours before departure.
One of the most famous archipelago in the Indian Ocean- known for idyllic, laid-back, luxury vacations, Maldives has ambitious plans of vaccinating visitors once its resident population is immunized. As of now, the scattered country is receiving travellers, without asking those vaccinated to quarantine (provided they are travelling to an island where 60% of the population is fully vaccinated).
A negative PCR certificate issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure is still requisite for all unvaccinated passengers. Passengers must complete a “Traveller Health Declaration 24 hours before departure. Vaccinated tourists will be allowed to check-in at a guesthouse on any inhabited local island. Accompanying children and infants who are not eligible for vaccination, may also check-in at guesthouses in local islands.
Sweden, with all of its canals and small islets and islands is a wonderful country, not too big, not too small, just about right. This humble Scandinavian nation looking to revive the tourism sector, is now open to travellers from all over the globe.
Americans can now enter this Nordic country as long as they provide proof of a negative coronavirus test taken no more than 48 hours prior to arrival. There are no quarantine requirements, curfews or interstate travel restrictions in place.
Gorgeous landscapes studded by majestic castles, surrounded by stunning picturesque lakes and not to forget the delicious Swiss chocolates, Switzerland is a country loved by holiday-seekers and all travellers alike. Switzerland is welcoming vaccinated American travelers as of summer 2021. Already open to travelers from the Schengen area, the country is now open to Americans It is mandatory for all incoming travellers to fill the entry form at swissplf.admin.ch prior to departure.
There is currently no quarantine obligation for people entering Switzerland. If you are not fully vaccinated you will have to submit a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure. People who are fully vaccinated are exempt from many health-related measures at the border. You do not have to social distance or wear a mask at private gatherings with other fully vaccinated people.
Detailed Entry Restrictions For US Residents (For All Countries)
Updated several times a week.
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