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Vacation in faraway places - without leaving the U.S.

April 22, 2014


Vacation in faraway places – without leaving the U.S. Visit distant, exotic locales right out of National Geographic – but where English is spoken, American money is accepted and no passports are needed.* These American territories can be unforgettable getaways for those who enjoy a little exploring with their vacation.

American Samoa

Enjoy local cuisine in quaint restaurants and weekend barbecues on the beach. There’s sightseeing, biking and hiking, swimming in the shallow lagoons, scuba diving and snorkeling.

Information: www.americansamoa.travel

Northern Mariana Islands

Called “America’s best kept secret,” the Northern Mariana Islands are Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Rota:

Guam: White sand beaches for relaxing and dive sites galore, dancing and nightlife, international shopping, dinner shows, cruises and fine dining.

Saipan: Beautiful beaches with crystal clear water. Enjoy a well-balanced mix of nature’s beauty with modern hotels, nightlife and shopping.

Tinian: Unspoiled beaches, pristine water and coral reefs for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing. There’s a full-scale international standards casino with luxury accommodations.

Rota: Offers a wide variety of historic sites, natural marvels, local culture and cuisine. Truly a “treasure island.”

Information: www.mymarianas.com and www.visitguam.org/resources/press-kits

* No passports required for travel from the United States directly to and between U.S. commonwealths/territories including American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands (St. Croix, St. John and 
St. Thomas).

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