The handful of countries still welcoming US tourists
(CNN) — Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the US passport has shriveled under the cloud of coronavirus, with doors slammed shut across the planet to American travelers. With US coronavirus cases recently passing the three million mark, many nations now view America with trepidation.
All the Caribbean destinations that are starting to welcome US travelers again
From tropical rainforests to pink-sand beaches, the hundreds of islands across the Caribbean entice millions of tourists every year. That was all put on pause in March when countries and territories closed their borders and waved goodbye to the final tourists leaving their islands.
COLOMBIA OFFICIALLY REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISM ON SEPT 21
Colombia is officially reopening its borders for international tourism on September 21, 2020. Colombia’s airports will also reopen on the 21st, initially connecting the nation with the USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as announced by the Ministry of Transportation.