5 Beach Getaways for Fourth of July (No Passport Needed!)

Celebrate the holiday with a last-minute trip to Hawaii, Florida or Puerto Rico

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Independence Day is less than a month away — definitely not enough time to secure a passport for your dream summer beach vacation. Skip the passport and snag one of these five beach getaways for the Fourth of July, so you can enjoy some time off in Hawaii, Puerto Rico or Florida.

These packages include airfare and a hotel stay. They'll all expire in a few weeks, so make haste to secure the best rates.

1. Puerto Rico: Flights + 4 Nights at 4-Star Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel - $589+

Beach Getaways for the Fourth of July

Spending your Independence Day in Puerto Rico is almost like spending it in the U.S., since the island is a U.S. territory (which explains why U.S. citizens don't need passports to enter).

This exciting four-night vacation package includes roundtrip flights and a stay at the 4-star Sheraton Old San Juan, a waterfront hotel in the charming Colonial City. It's just a hop, skip and a jump to amazing architecture, museums, restaurants and bars. The beaches aren't far either, but you'll need to go by cab.

Hotel amenities include the on-site Palio restaurant, a rooftop swimming pool and jacuzzi, a fitness center, and free in-room WiFi.

Note that the rate shown is for a Fort Lauderdale departure. 

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2. Hawaii: Flights + 4 Nights at the 4-Star Kauai Marriott Resort - $1393+ $1435+

Beach Getaways for the Fourth of July

If you're itching to venture away from the mainland to someplace exotic, head to Hawaii, the only U.S. state made up entirely of islands. This flight-and-hotel deal will set you up at the 4-star Kauai Marriott Resort, a family-friendly property on Kauai's east coast.

The hotel is just minutes from Kalapaki Beach, and hotel amenities include an on-site spa, two outdoor swimming pools, a waterslide, six restaurants and a coffee shop.

Note that the rate shown is for a Los Angeles departure. 

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3. South Beach: Air + 3 Nights at the Majestic Hotel - $339+ $368+

Beach Getaways for the Fourth of July

Miami Beach's nightlife will no doubt sizzle during this year's holiday weekend, which you'll discover firsthand if you snag this combo deal including airfare and three nights at the Majestic Hotel in the Art Deco district of South Beach. The price alone ranks this package high on our list of beach getaways for the Fourth of July — it's an incredible value.

If you don't mind sneaking away from the South Beach action during the daytime, check out the "Fire on the Fourth" Festival at the North Shore Park Bandshell at 73rd Street and Collins Avenue. This all-day extravaganza starts with food trucks and live music and finishes with a fireworks display.

Watch our video to get a feel for South Beach's vibe:

Note that the rate shown is for an Atlanta departure. 

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4. Key West: Air + 3 Nights at the Sheraton Suites Near Smathers Beach - $915+

Beach Getaways for the Fourth of July

With this Key West three-night vacation package, you'll have easy access to Smathers Beach, the key's largest stretch of sand. Suites feature separate living rooms, flat-screen televisions, microwaves and refrigerators, so you'll feel right at home when you're not relaxing on the beachfront.

The hotel also boasts the on-site Coral Crab Cafe, a lagoon-style pool with a cascading waterfall, bicycle rentals and a gift shop.

Note that the rate shown is for an Atlanta departure. 

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5. Hawaii: Air + 4 Nights at the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu's North Shore - $1256+

Beach Getaways for the Fourth of July

Spend a quiet Fourth of July hidden away at the secluded Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu's north shore. This airfare and four-night stay combo gives you access to a load of leisure activities — the resort has two swimming pools, four tennis courts, two championship golf courses and many on-site dining options, including a beachfront restaurant.

And the rooms? They're not too shabby either, with their private ocean-view lanais, 40-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-refrigerators and Keurig coffeemakers.

Note that the rate shown is for a Los Angeles departure. 

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