Is a passport required to go to the Caribbean?

Answer U.S. citizens who travel to the 17-country Caribbean region must have a passport in order to re-enter the United States. A Passport Card is acceptable for entry by sea, but a full passport is requi... Read More »

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Is a passport required to travel to the Caribbean?

A traveler visiting any of the seventeen Caribbean nations by air or sea will need a valid U.S. passport book or passport card. Travelers can also use other Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative app... Read More »

Can you take a Caribbean cruise without a passport?

Whether or not a U.S. citizen needs a passport for a Caribbean cruise depends on where the ship goes. Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative rules require U.S. citizens to have a passport or passport... Read More »

Do you need a passport to go on a cruise in the Caribbean?

As of June 1, 2009, you do not need a passport to cruise to the Caribbean. You can use other approved documents such as a passport card, a Trusted Traveler Card or a Native American Tribal photo id... Read More »

Do You Need a Passport for a Western Caribbean Cruise?

You need a U.S. passport, passport card or enhanced driver's license to re-enter the U.S. after a western Caribbean cruise. If you take a closed loop cruise (leave and return to the same U.S. port)... Read More »