Any suggestions on places to travel without passport, but still something maybe all inclusive with a beach ?
South Padre Island, Texas
We did Destin, FL for a beach vacay last summer. It definitely was't all inclusive but we packed a cooler with drinks and sandwiches and literally didn't move from the beach from 10am until 6 pm...it was great, the water was perfect and we had a blast. The restaurants were fabulous and night life was fun as well,.
Thanks ladies....I've found some stuff for the US Virgin Islands...looks like paradise to me. More suggestions welcomed.
that reminds me..try Puerto Rico..you dont' need a passport!
We went to Hawaii!! :)
We are going to Miami!
for sure..hawaii queen..
@mrsharris-that article went on to say:
"HOWEVER, it is possible that one or more of the Caribbean Islands on your itinerary, does require you to have a passport to enter their country. In that case, it is very possible that the cruise line will require you to have a passport to board, even if it is not a U.S. requirement. You should always check with your cruise ship, travel agent and or destination country to confirm the requirements for entry into the foreign countries you will be visiting."
This has been the case on 2 "closed loop" cruises I have been on, so definitely something to look into before booking a cruise :)
The US Virgin Islands, is so beautiful, I went during September of 2010 and had a great time. It can be a little expensive but it's not that bad, I didn't find it to be any more expensive then going to the Bahamas or Jamaica. You can look for something inclusive, and what's great is that there are 3 islands so lots to select from. I stayed on St. Thomas, and visited St. John as well. I didn't get to go to St. Croix however I heard that it's really nice as well. The water here is a beautiful turquoise color, it is very relaxing and down to earth. And what's great is that there is this trolley service for a $1 that gets you around town, lots of culture and history, they are influenced by Africa, France, Holland, Denmark, England, Holland, Spain and the US.
I'd go to Hawaii!!!
someone before mentioned not need a passport for a cruise..just wanted to throw in that I went on a cruise 2 years ago and we had to have a passport....US virgin islands looks amazing to me! thats where I would pick:)
we are doing Kauai, HI. Not all inclusive but you can get some great deals
Anywhere in the U.S. and U.S. territory like Hawaii, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.
I certainly wasn't trying to be rude...