7 Places the U.S. Government Warns Not to Travel Now


Traveling abroad can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but it also comes with some risks. Before you book your trip, you should check the travel advisories issued by the U.S. State Department.

Afghanistan is facing armed conflict, civil unrest, crime, terrorism, and kidnapping. The U.S. Embassy in Kabul halted operations in August 2021.



Belarus is involved in Russia’s war against Ukraine and has a buildup of Russian military forces. The authorities enforce local laws arbitrarily and may detain U.S. citizens. 



Burma (Myanmar) is undergoing a political crisis since the military coup in February 2021. There are widespread protests, violence, arbitrary arrests, and internet shutdowns.

Burma (Myanmar)


Haiti is plagued by crime, kidnapping, civil unrest, and poor infrastructure. The assassination of President Jovenel Moïse in July 2021 triggered a political and security crisis.



Iran poses a threat of arbitrary arrest and detention of U.S. citizens, especially dual nationals. The country also has a high risk of terrorism and sectarian violence.



Libya is experiencing ongoing armed conflict, civil war, kidnapping, and terrorism. The country is divided between rival factions and militias that control different regions. 



North Korea is a totalitarian state that severely restricts the freedom and movement of foreigners. The country also poses a serious nuclear and missile threat to the region. 

North Korea


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