Travel is still strongly discouraged in general, but several countries have recently eased restrictions for American travellers.
According to a published Travel + Leisure list of countries and their level of travel warning, Belize, St. Kitts and Nevis and Zimbabwe have all been lowered to Level 2 warning, which merely indicates travelers should exercise increased caution. However, travelers should also inform themselves of additional rules regarding proof of negative test and exemptions.
The EU has also recently announced that under certain conditions, nonessential travel will be open to Americans this summer. Visitors will likely have to show proof of vaccination via vaccine certificates, and travel between the US and UK remains banned, despite early rumors of a vaccine corridor.
Anyone who travels back to the USA, regardless of destination, will be required to show a negative test result before boarding a flight home. Many airlines and airports have started to offer on-site rapid Covid-19 tests, so do check beforehand and plan accordingly.
Regardless of if you choose to travel, make sure to check all restrictions and warnings beforehand. Keep in mind to exercise caution even if a country’s borders remain open, as visitors may put undue pressure on local healthcare systems. Stay safe, and we look forward to shuttling you to the airport safely for your next adventure!