American Passport

United States

The American passport is a travel document issued by the U.S. government. It allows its bearer to travel internationally. American citizens enjoy visa-free access to 114 countries. This means no prior application is needed to enter these destinations.


In addition to visa-free travel, Americans can apply for an e-visa for 40 countries. An e-visa is an electronic document which allows entry. It is obtained through an online application process. For 18 countries, Americans can acquire a visa upon arrival. This is obtained after landing in the country.

However, a traditional visa is required for 23 countries. This means American citizens must apply for a visa before traveling to these destinations. The United States has a population of over 331 million, making it the third most populous country in the world.


Visa-free map

Nearby countries

The nearest visa free countries to visit for American passport holders are Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize and Honduras.

Visa free countries

So, where can Americans travel without a visa? We have listed all the countries where United States citizens can travel visa-free, eliminating the hassle of visa paperwork.






This data has been sourced from Wikipedia and was last updated on 7/1/2024.