Spring break is a great time to cut loose and celebrate the end of winter. And it’s coming up faster than you might be imagining!
Of course, the date varies by region, school district, all sorts of factors.
But there are so many ways you can have fun this time of year. Whether you’re a college student, a parent planning a family vacation, a seasoned solo traveler or a retired person looking to expand your horizons, these seven ideas should help kick-start your spring break adventure.
1. Hit the beach.
There’s a reason why destinations such as Mexico and Fort Lauderdale are so popular for spring break. Who wouldn’t want to soak up some sun on a beautiful beach? Add in the festive atmosphere of a resort area, and you’ve got all the ingredients for fun. If you’re going to a popular spring break destination, make your travel arrangements now, as accommodations might sell out.
2. Go skiing.
If you’d rather hit the slopes than laze on the beach, consider going for some late-season skiing over your spring break. The ski season runs until May in many alpine destinations, so no matter when your spring break falls, you’ll be sure to find some snow.