My Top 10 US Islands to Visit Without A Passport

One of the best parts about being a citizen of the United States is its incredible natural diversity. No matter what kind of Island vacation you’re in the mood for you can find it right here.

No passport? No problem. Here are some of my top 10 of the best Island destination the US has to offer:

1. Maui.

America’s most famous Island getaway when you’re not on the beach. You can fight to see how active volcanoes hit the islands nightlife or take advantage of the myriad amenities.

2. Mount desert island.

The splendid rocky coasts are perfect for a few moments of quiet reflection after a rousing hike along the well beaten part hand. later, you can just head to the nearest restaurant for a count mistake on Main succulent lobster.

3. Sanibel and Captiva.

Not many beyond the locals know much about Sanibel and Captiva,two of Florida’s most beautiful and under the radar destinations. It’s pervasive Caribbean feel,will make you take in a gorgeous sunset.

4. Santa Catalina Island.

It is a little slice of the European beach scene right there in the States. It is the perfect capper on a Los Angeles vacation and it’s a great way to decompress once you’ve seen the sights in the City of Angels.

5. Mackinac Island

Quaint little churches and harbors dotted with beautiful sailboats and just some of the charming diversions this little island has to offer visitors. Remember as well cars aren’t allowed on Mechana Island.

6. Amelia Island.

It’s the face of Florida that you’ve never seen before, and the historic little towns will keep you captivated all day long.

The scenery of Amelia Island State Park is sure to inspire you to like a few other places on the planet.

7. Martha’s Vineyard.

The beautiful island is home to a variety of natural wonders like sand dunes and wide beaches. You can also find dozens of sailboats along the iconic Martha’s Vineyard harbor.

8. Kaho’olawe

Kaho’olawe is a perfect destination for travellers who want to divide their time between the beaches and the gorgeous rain forests filled with exotic animals with every stripe. The extremely inviting Island is a great counterpart to the hustle and bustle of Maui night.

9. San Juan Island.

Washington states San Juan Island is a veritable hodgepodge of artists craftsmen, and those people who are simply searching for a rest break from the hustle and bustle of modern day life.

10. Assateague Island

It’s the home to some of the last remaining wild horses of North America. Mustangs are just the beginning of the wildlife diversity offered by the small island off the coast of Virginia.

What's your favorite? Which one will you visit next? Did we miss one?

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