No Passport Destinations
US Virgin Islands - St. John, St. Croix and St. Thomas, are US territories and a driver’s license or birth certificate will suffice.
Vieques, Puerto Rico - A small island that lies about 8 miles east of Puerto Rico. Along with the Puerto Rican mainland, it is a United States commonwealth with a strong Spanish influence.
Culebra, Puerto Rico - Another island municipality of Puerto Rico, offers some of the Caribbean’s most serene beaches.
Guam - the westernmost US territory, and while it’s known for its military base, it’s also one of the leading tourist destinations in the Western Pacific. This tropical paradise features beach clubs, luxurious accommodations and world-class golf courses.
Hawaii - an exotic island far, far away, your first thought should be Hawaii and the islands of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, and Maui.
American Samoa - You can also experience the heart of Polynesia and Samoan culture in the 5 volcanic islands that make up the territory of American Samoa.
Swains Island, American Samoa - If you’re feeling adventurous, travel to Swains Island in American Samoa, one of the territory’s 2 atolls halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand.
Mt Kilimanjaro - the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world.
Madagascar - home to thousands of animal species such as the ring-tailed lemur, which is the cutest animal on the planet. There’s also aired landscapes to track across including rainforests and deserts, as well as some lovely tropical beaches to relax on.
Singapore - has a unique cosmopolitan culture which blends old with new. The island city features impressive architecture including many modern skyscrapers, shopping malls, and offices, but there are also heritage structures such as Old Parliament House and WWII sites such as Battle Box, Changi Chapel an Museum.
Peru - It is a great place to unleash the adventurer in you and explore different national parks as well as follow the inca trail to Machu Picchu.
Kyoto - formerly the capital of Japan for over a thousand years and it contrasts greatly to the current capital which is Tokyo. You can embrace Kyoto’s relaxed culture by visiting one of 1,600 Buddhist temples, as well as the many shrines, gardens and museums, or improve your fitness levels by taking a hike. The local cuisine is also highly regarded and if you’re a fan of shopping there are a lot of traditional and modern shops in the city.
Galapagos Islands - volcanic islands which are home to several different species, and also influenced Charles Darwin’s development of his evolution theory. You can take an island cruise, go diving or hiking or just most popular areas to visit, as there is an abundant amount of wildlife, while Las Loberias is home to several sea lions.
Waianapanapa State Park
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador