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5 Places to Travel without a Passport

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You’re longing for a perfect vacation and you desperately need several days to rest and run away from your obligations, but then you suddenly realize; you don’t have a passport! These are usually the moments of anger, fury, madness, and anxiety, but with this article, you may calm down. We will answer the famous question: Where can you travel without a passport? If you are a U.S. citizen, that there is a huge number of possible options, and surprisingly, all of them are perfect for a vacation with your family, friends, or even if you like traveling alone. Everything you should do is: pack your things, check Google maps and book a place to stay. The list will bring you the places you can travel to without a passport.

  1. S. Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands are incredible islands in the U.S. territory, and if you are a U.S. citizen, the only thing you need is a driver’s license or a birth certificate to go there. The islands include St. John, St. Croix and St. Thomas Islands, and among them, I would definitely recommend St. John, as it is one of the most remarkable places and one of the most naturally unspoiled islands in the Caribbean.

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  1. Culebra, Puerto Rico

If you are a lover of beaches and if your perfect holiday consists of enjoying the sea, sand, and a good book, Culebra should definitely be your choice number one. As most of the visitors agree, Flamenco Beach is the most beautiful beach, so I would definitely recommend visiting it. There is nothing luxury about Culebra, on the other side. But, the unspoiled nature compensates everything else!

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  1. Key West, Florida

There are so many things to recommend in Key West, and it is really a blessing that this is one of the places you can visit without a passport. Key West is full of astonishing landscapes, and with a subtropical temperature, it is perfect for your summer holiday. I am sure that nobody could resist these amazing beaches and places that are dreamlike.  Lovers of literature definitely know that this was one of the most favorite places for Ernest Hemingway, and knowing that he was a true hedonist, it is definitely worth visiting!

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  1. Hawaii, Kauai

Hawaii definitely deserves the place on the list, and it seems that whatever island you visit there, you will not make a mistake. However, a huge recommendation goes for Hawaiian island Kauai, which is both the oldest and most beautiful island here. The fact that this island was the place where more than 50 movies were filmed speaks volumes about its unspoiled beauty, and some of the most famous are definitely Jurassic Park and The Descendants.

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    5. Orcas Island, Washington

Orcas Island is a breathtaking island and whatever you think of when you think of something beautiful, Orcas is definitely more than that. Visitors of this island usually emphasize that, besides the breathtaking landscapes, the friendliness of the locals is something incredible. You will love Orcas Island, altogether with its wildlife, beautiful beaches, fresh air and other natural beauties, so start planning your next holiday!

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This was the list of five places you can visit without a passport, and I am sure that after reading it, you’ll never worry about planning your vacation again!

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