While numerous countries in Europe and Asia are still off-limits for American travelers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, yet many other countries opened their borders, for Americans, as long as they can meet certain conditions.

Nevertheless , travelers should remember that restrictions may depend not only on the destination but also on airports you pass through on the way to your destination. Temperature testing, mask requirements and social distancing are the rule globally, not the exception.

Can't wait to travel again? These are the countries American travelers can visit right now


Under a pact between the U.S. and Mexico, Mexico doesn't require test or quarantine for Americans traveling by air, but American travelers are forbidden from traveling by land across the border for nonessential reasons.



Albania doesn't require a COVID-19 test to get into the country, but health screenings at airports and other ports of entry may be mandatory. However, as there are no direct flights between Albania and the U.S., travelers will have to pass through other countries, so you may consider which country you choose to pass through, and what restrictions apply. Once in Albania, face coverings are required for indoor spaces, including public transportation.



Flying into Brazil is allowed, but land borders and ports remain closed to foreign travelers. As of Sept. 24, those who arrive by plane are required to have proof of health insurance for a short stay of up to 90 days. The insurance must be valid for the time you’re in the country, with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Brazilian reals, or about $5,314. face coverings is required.Brazil


Bogota, Cartagena and other cities recently resumed commercial flights. As of Nov. 5, American travelers are not required to show a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter Colombia, however travelers will have to fill out a check-in immigration form and submit to other protocols.Colombia

Costa Rica

Costa Rica no longer requires Americans to show negative COVID-19 test results when entering the country, a proof of health insurance is required, as well as a health pass form, which can be found on the website Visit Costa Rica.Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

When entering the Dominican Republic, you may be subject to a quick COVID-19 test and a temperature check. However, COVID-19 tests are performed randomly on selected travelers. Note that, the Dominican Republic imposes a nationwide daily curfew (between 9 pm and 5 am, on weekdays, and between 7 pm and 5 am on weekends.Dominican Republic


Kosovo is open to all travelers and operates commercial flights at Pristina International Airport in the capital. A curfews on businesses and restaurants is imposed daily between 11:30 pm and 5 am.

North Macedonia

The Republic of North Macedonia welcomes American citizens into the country, without COVID-19 restrictions or test. Passengers arriving in North Macedonia has to go through a thermal screening at passport control. Face coverings are required for indoor locations and recommended for outdoors.Macedonia


No quarantine requirements. Visitors may have to present COVID-19 test results on arrival.Tanzenia


Americans are welcomed. Turkey does not require any COVID-19 test or quarantine if travelers they are free of symptoms.Turkey


Disclaimer: The material and information contained in this blog post were collected on December 16th, 2020. You should not rely upon the material or information on our website as a basis for making any travel decisions. 

Whilst we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, SWAGGER takes no responsibility for and will not be liable for any false, inaccurate, inappropriate, or incomplete


Leave a comment

All comments are moderated before being published