• Tynisha Sanders

How to Leave the Country without a Passport

Updated: Feb 24

Do you want to experience international travel but don't have a passport? I'll bet many of you didn't think it was possible. Well, it is very possible and here's how!

If you want to travel abroad to locations where no passport is required, then consider taking a cruise. Here are 7 destinations you can take advantage of where a passport is not required:

🚢 Bahamas - Experience Nassau (the capital of Bahamas), Freeport or private islands like Cococay by porting from Florida and cruising to the beautiful Bahamas.

🚢 Mexico - Port from LA and into the Mexican Riviera where you can experience both adventure and relaxation. Cruise to destinations such as Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo.

🚢 Caribbean - Port from locations such as Miami, New Orleans or New York and sail into Caribbean paradise!

🚢 Bermuda - Discover pink-sand beaches and beautiful blue waters by cruising into Britain's oldest colony. Take a round trip sail to Bermuda from NYC, Baltimore, Charleston or Florida.

🚢 Canada/New England - See Mother Nature at her best by sailing into Canada! Port from New York or Boston and into a history lover's delight.

🚢 Alaska - Start and end in Seattle or San Francisco and cruise into the Land of the Midnight Sun! Experience the beauty of Glacier Bay, Juneau, Ketchikan, Skagway, and Victoria.

🚢 Hawaii - Visit the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu. Your tropical Hawaiian paradise experience awaits you!

If there's no passport required, what documents will you need? Even though a passport isn’t necessary, you will still need the following identification:

✔️ A boarding pass

✔️ A government photo ID if 16 years of age or older

✔️ A birth certificate or certificate of U.S. naturalization

So now that you know you only need a government issued ID, birth certificate & boarding pass, which of these locations will you travel to first? Share with me in the comments!

Written by Tynisha Sanders


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