No Passport? No Problem!

There are millions of beautiful places to see in this world. Without a passport, it’s hard not to feel permanently grounded. Nearly 60% of Americans don’t have passports according to the most recent statistics from the State Department. You’ve already been to a luau Hawaii and hiking Canada. Wondering where else you can go besides Mexico? I got you! Here’s a list of gram-worthy remote islands and U.S. Territories that you don’t need a passport to visit. What you will need is a valid State ID and your Birth Certificate. Both of which you can get in just a few weeks by contacting the hospital you were born in and your local DMV. So get ready make some additions to your Wander List and start saving for your next flight!

Ritidian Point, Guam

Carmel by The Sea City, California

Saint Simons Island, Georgia

U.S. Virgin Islands 

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Afu Aau Waterfall, Samoa 

Condado, Puerto Rico

Florida Keys

Assateague Island, Virgina

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Catalina Island, California

 

Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore, Michigan

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San Juan Islands, Washington 

Saipan

 

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4 thoughts

  1. These facts are amazing! They are extremely useful for those residents of US who do not have a passport but intend to travel👍🏻 You have done some thorough secondary research for this one it shows! Great work, keep sharing😊

  2. I’m a late bloomer when it comes to international travel–only recently applied for my passport. So I definitely appreciate spots in and around the US that I can get to without a passport. Florida Keys and Catalina Island are two places on my list!

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