Passport Expired? Here are 3 Caribbean Islands to Visit That Don’t Require a U.S. Passport

St. Croix, United States
St. Croix, United States. Photo by Caleb Holden on Unsplash

If your passport has recently expired, or you just don’t have one, do not fret! You can still have the vacation of your dreams as long as you have a valid U.S. ID! While you may not be able to have a European summer, let’s not forget what’s right in our backyard. Keep reading for four U.S.-territory islands you can visit, so you can pack your sunglasses and ditch the passport!

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

St Thomas is another fantastic option for fans of beach life and turquoise waters. This spot is also ideal for travelers who enjoy hiking. Take advantage of the hilly terrain by hiking up Drake’s Seat, for glistening views of the Caribbean.

St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Island

Whether you hop on a cruise from Florida and explore multiple islands, or just head to St. Croix, there is no shortage of fun activities. Grab your hat and sunscreen and head to Sandy Point, the island’s most jaw-dropping white sand beach, and sip on a pina colada. If you’re traveling from April to August, you might get lucky and be greeted by sea turtles!

St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

This destination is ideal for visitors who want to unplug in nature and delight in the island’s scenic and lush landscape. Head to Trunk Bay for white beaches and water activities like snorkeling and windsurfing.