Caribbean islands not requiring a passport

Discussion in 'Caribbean Islands' started by tutancamon, May 20, 2011.

  1. tutancamon

    tutancamon New Member

    I'm interested in going to a Caribbean island, but my passport is expired for 3 years and my kid does not have one. Im not looking into spending money into getting 2 passports at the moment.. so Im looking into going to an island that does not need a passport to go in or out.

    any ideas? Thank you in advance.
     
  2. Jenna

    Jenna Moderator

    I presume you're a US traveler? If so, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands are the only places in the Caribbean and the world where you won't need a passport.

    Anywhere else you need a passport, even when traveling by cruise. I'd choose Puerto Rico though as PR has two great small Islands off it's coast, Vieques and Culebra that are fantastic vacations. Clear blue green water, small island feel and pretty inexpensive.
     

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