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16 Places You Don't Need a Passport to Visit

Mom.me Logo By Danyale Reed of Mom.me | Slide 1 of 17: It's easy to put off the task of renewing or applying for a new passport. Thanks to the advantages of closed-looped cruises (cruise ship itineraries that begin and end in the same U.S. port), all American citizens need is two official forms of identification and citizenship, such as a birth certificate or state-issued driver's license, and you can explore some of the most alluring places on earth. Of course, always check your cruise line to make sure you have all of the necessary documents before you embark on your journey.That said, a passport, is always the best identification to travel with, but keep reading to see where you can go without the aid of that little blue book.

No Passport. No Problem.

It's easy to put off the task of renewing or applying for a new passport. Thanks to the advantages of closed-looped cruises (cruise ship itineraries that begin and end in the same U.S. port), all American citizens need is two official forms of identification and citizenship, such as a birth certificate or state-issued driver's license, and you can explore some of the most alluring places on earth. Of course, always check your cruise line to make sure you have all of the necessary documents before you embark on your journey.

That said, a passport, is always the best identification to travel with, but keep reading to see where you can go without the aid of that little blue book.

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