Some 2.8 million U.S. citizens travelled abroad in September 2016, up five percent over September 2015, according to statistics released by the U.S. National Travel and Tourism Office. This brings U.S. citizen overseas travel to 27 million in the first nine months of he year, up seven percent for the year (excluding travel to Mexico and Canada). Through September, travel to overseas locations accounted for 44% of U.S. outbound international travel while 54% went no farther than Canada or Mexico. Europe and the Caribbean remained the most popular destinations throughout September capturing a total 28 percent of all travel. The greatest growth among overseas markets year-on-year was in Asia Pacific. Find out more.