Los Cabos, Mexico
It is called a dual destination because the region has two distinct personae. First it has the tranquil San Jose Del Cabo where Residents were able to retain its authentic Mexican town vibes and guests can enjoy the intimate restaurants, the boutiques, and the view of the mission church. The other side, Cabo San Lucas, is the main party central. It has a lot of funky bars and the Luxury Avenue mall near the marina. It is close to the U.S and has been greatly influenced by it.
Finger Lakes, New York
Finger Lakes offers charming villages, one-of-a-kind museums, waterfalls, parks, and places to shop and explore. Finger Lakes is also home to around 100 wineries which you can visit by going on one of their many winery tours.
Guests are sure to experience the seasons and the wonders of the mountain landscape at Jeffersonville, Vermont. The destination offers a relaxing vibe complete with ski and snowmobile activities. Visitors can hike, bike, fish in a milder weather and enjoy some cross-country skiing.
St. Croix, Virgin Islands
St. Croix, US Virgin Islands is known for being the home of the popular hibiscus flower. Guests are able to enjoy the perfect white-sandy beaches, flashy flora, and one of a kind Caribbean architecture.
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic is a place beaming with tourists. It has rolling coastlines, virgin forests and lots of golden beaches. It also boasts of a rich blend of culture and place with yearly jazz celebrations and festivals coupled with genuine cuisines.
Today, Chicago, Illinois is a neo-urban marvel. Vacationers are able to explore the age-old homes juxtaposed with new high rises above the 19th century mansions located on Prairie Avenue. Chicago also boasts of a great night life, the stadiums, museums as well as the cultural centers.
Zion National Park, Utah
For those vacationers who want to relax and enjoy nature this is the location for you. Zion National Park features red cliffs, lush sprawling valleys as well as narrow slot canyons. The entire vacation can be spent on a quaint cabin porch, watching the sunset and waking up the next day to mystical tranquility from the forested area.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Nature is nice and all but sometimes, spring breakers just want to cut loose and have some wild fun. In this case Las Vegas is the place to go. The place is filled with just about anything imaginable from casinos to live music. Vegas pretty much has it all.
San Luis Obispo, California
San Luis Obispo is a thriving town, and is considered to be one of the oldest towns in the area. With restored houses this old town offers charming boutiques with upscale restaurants. San Luis also offers great places for hiking, mountain biking, wind surfing and kite boarding.
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua is the place to see tropical wildlife and experience the vibe of popular surfing spots. Vacationers can enjoy the year round warm waters and relaxing beaches. If the mood calls for something more adventurous, you can go deep fishing for blue marlin, snapper and yellow tuna.
Oakhurst is considered to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site that allows millions of visitors per year however the town itself has roughly 2,800 residents. If you’re looking for a tranquil small town located near an abundance of nature, this is the town for you.
Tamarindo, Costa Rica
Another popular spot for those who are looking for a natural escapade; Tamarindo Costa Rica is loved by tourists due to the wildlife parks, nature preserves and fishing communities that contain a multitude of animal species.
Orlando boasts in being the home to arguably the world’s most famous theme park, Disney World. Other attractions include Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure; water parks, downtown night clubs and golf courses. It’s hard not to find something to do in Orlando.
Niagara Falls, Ontario
If you have never been to the Niagara Falls, you owe it to yourself to set aside a spring break and visit this marvel of the world. Known for its incredible beauty; Niagara falls is actually the combination of three waterfalls; Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls.
This place is surrounded with bright Blue Ocean which is ideal for deep fishing. One of the most popular spots to visit in the area is the Anglins Fishing Pier which is the best place to catch a snapper or a mackerel. Scuba diving is also a favorite activity in the area where visitors can see spiny lobsters, sea fans as well as tropical fish.
Ms Johnnie Wright
Founder – Coastal Christian Team
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