where can americans travel to in december

By Christopher Hill on Nov 18, 2020 in Africa, Asia, Belize, Brazil, Caribbean, Central America, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Featured, Health & Safety, Maldives, Mexico, North America, Peru, Regions, Rwanda, South Africa, South America, Tanzania, Travel Miscellany

The big buzz right now surrounds Pfizer’s potential COVID-19 vaccine and hopes that it will prove effective and we can return to some semblance of travel normalcy. We await further updates with regards to how this is progressing, and in the meantime, there are still restrictions on where Americans can travel.  With the holiday season looming, you may have a hankering to get out and explore (and make a difference helping those less fortunate) our wonderful planet.

But before you start packing your bags, it is important to ask if you should travel. This is a personal judgment call, and some factors to take into account are:

your age (if you are over 70, reconsider travel right now)
your immunity levels and overall health
the prevalence of COVID-19 in the areas you are traveling to
the availability of travel insurance to cover you if you require hospitalization

Naturally, if you have COVID-19 you should not travel.

Before making any plans, check the U.S. State Department’s travel advisory page, which has links to country pages that explain restrictions. The countries on the following lists do not necessarily have low rates of COVID-19. The situation for each country can change rapidly, so always check for updates before you travel.

The following countries allow Americans to visit in December with no testing or quarantine, along with ways you can make a difference whilst there, in luxury:

Costa Rica

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