Top Ten Spring Break Destinations 2012
Spring break is always a fun time of the year. The weather is finally warming up, the days are getting longer, and many people will be going on vacation to celebrate. The tough question is where to go. Hopefully this list helps you find a place to visit this spring break.
Last, but not least, Puerto Vallarta has a large magnitude of night clubs and all-inclusive resorts. Puerto Vallarta adds a unique international flair and a variety of different things to do. Passport is required.
Expect huge pools, gorgeous beaches, and suspiring to some; casinos. Nassau has excellent night life and some huge parties. Passport is required.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
There are a number of all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana. They offer some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, while remaining relatively affordable. Passport is required.
This year thousands of students are traveling to Europe for spring break. It is definitely a little more expensive than the other destinations on the list and overall may not offer as much concentrated craziness, but it makes up for that with rich history and a variety. Passport is required.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
If you are looking to add a little spice to your life and do something different San Juan offers a very upbeat club scene and hundreds of scenic sites and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Be warned though, if you aren’t with someone who speaks Spanish pretty fluently, traveling can be difficult.
South Padre Island, Texas
Spring break Texas style. Thousands of people travel there to escape to hundreds of miles of beach front sand.
South Beach, Florida
South Beach offers a very cool and lively club scene. Very face paced, but can be a bit pricey.
Panama City, Florida
Panama City and Panama City Beach are Florida’s top spring break destination for 2012. Going to Panama City is guaranteed fun for all.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Home to MTV’s Spring Break celebration this year, Vegas is definitely a top destination where you can find something to do 24 hours a day. Whether you wish to catch some sun by the pool, gamble, or go clubbing, you will never be bored.
Despite the state travel advisory to Mexico, Cancun is still where the party is at. Being relatively cheap and offering a variety of amenities, it attracts people from around the globe. Expect huge parties, cheap drinks, and non-stop fun. Passport is required.
Thank you for reading! Stay tuned for next year’s list.
Source: Huffington Post