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Visa-free countries for Americans for short-term travel

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It is undeniable that American citizens enjoy many privileges, among which traveling without a visa ensures the first rank. Obtaining US citizenship gives individuals the right to travel abroad without showing proof of eligibility. Several countries around the world give US residents the added benefit of short-term travel.

In this list below, we are going to shed some light on all the countries Americans can travel to without a visa.

  1. Mexico
    Admission granted: 180 days
    Mexico is one of those countries that welcomes all nationalities with open arms. Moreover, US citizens who have valid visas can easily obtain multiple entries into the country without any restrictions. The only thing to keep in mind during the entire stay in the country is that the validity of the passport remains intact.
  2. Belize
    Admission granted: 30 days
    Belize is a Central American country bordered by the Caribbean Sea and Mexico. The nation is also home to the second largest barrier reef and also has plenty of sunny havens for intrepid travellers. For all US citizens wishing to visit the country, the minimum stay is approximately 30 days, provided they have a valid visa.
  3. Costa Rica
    Admission granted: 30 dayss
    Costa Rica is another country that has abundant natural reserves within its geographical borders. The nation is known for its stunningly beautiful natural parks that are lined with interesting wildlife like sloths, macaws, and turtles. Although people of all nationalities can visit this beautiful country, travelers with a valid US visa enjoy 30 days entry into the country.
  4. Guatemala
    Admission granted: 90 days
    Guatemala is one of those countries that should never be ignored when looking for the perfect vacation spot. Rich in natural beauty and adventure, the country also has ancient ruins and colonial architecture that attract people from far and wide. US citizens planning to visit the country must have a valid, unused visa and a green card for residential purposes.
  5. Albania
    Admission granted: 90 days
    Albania is lined with beautiful beaches which remain one of the nation’s greatest highlights. The land is also dominated by a fascinating culture and a list of beautiful places that can spellbind any traveler. Americans wishing to spend a few days in this breathtaking country must have two important documents which are the American green card and a visa. The limit of stay in the country is 90 days and is open to all nationalities.
  6. Georgia
    Admission granted: 90 days
    Despite its small size, what makes Georgia one of the top travel destinations for people is its incredible scenery. Deserts, coasts and mountains, the country is a paradise for hiking and camping enthusiasts. Breathtaking canyons, waterfalls and spa resorts make Georgia a quick getaway paradise, open for 90 days to all nationalities, including the United States.
  7. Serbia
    Admission granted: 90 days
    Serbia is a Balkan country that was once part of the Yugoslav Empire. Although smaller in size, the nation has a rich reserve of seaside resorts, Roman heritage, monasteries and nature reserves that anchor frequent travelers to it. Although the country accepts people of all nationalities, the minimum stay is around 90 days.
  8. Qatar
    Admission granted: 30 dayss
    Qatar is one of the major countries in the Middle East located around the Persian Gulf. The nation promises a blend of modern amenities and Middle Eastern culture that makes it one of a kind. Pristine beaches, a pleasant climate, remarkable architecture, museums and outdoor activities, there is plenty to do in the country. People with a US visa can stay in the country for 30 days provided the document is valid.

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