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Top 5 Exotic Destinations for Americans without a Passport

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No passport? No problem! If you’re one of the 64 percent of Americans who don’t have a passport, you’re in luck. These five destinations will make you feel like you’re taking a luxurious International vacation, but you don’t need a passport to book your flight! While not having a passport will keep you from visiting most parts of the world, there are still plenty of options to choose from, and none of them feel like a second-rate vacation! From Puerto Rico to the US Virgin Islands, don’t miss these fantastic (and affordable) vacation ideas that don’t require a passport!

5. American Samoa

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Looking for a bit of an off-the-beaten-path adventure, but don’t have a passport? American Samoa may be the perfect destination for you. With a small handful of hotels and rich, vibrant Polynesian culture, American Samoa is situated just east of Fiji and about 4,800 miles southwest of California. From white-sand beaches to towering cliffs and wild forest, there’s plenty to enjoy in this island paradise.

4. San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Since Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States, no passport is needed to visit this breathtaking island just 1,000 miles southeast of Florida. The picturesque old-town area of San Juan is a favorite of tourists and locals alike, and the warm Caribbean Sea surrounding San Juan is the perfect setting for a relaxing day at the beach. Think you can’t afford a luxurious vacation in Puerto Rico? Travelers may be surprised to learn that a flight to San Juan, Puerto Rico costs less than a ticket to many destinations in the continental U.S.!

3. U.S. Virgin Islands

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Situated among the beautiful turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, the U.S. Virgin Islands are situated roughly 1,100 miles southeast of Florida and east of Puerto Rico. Choose from three breathtaking islands – St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John – each offering a unique experience for visitors. St. John is perfect for hikers and divers, while St. Thomas caters more to shoppers and diners. Looking for a little romance? St. Croix should be at the top of your list of romantic destinations! Wherever you choose to spend your vacation, the U.S. Virgin Islands will not disappoint.

As a freelance writer, Kyle enjoys writing and editing diverse content for several businesses across the United States. Find Kyle on LinkedIn!

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