Are you in search of inspiration for the perfect spring trip this year?
Spring break is one of the most popular times of the year for travel, and it’s not too late to book a spring getaway this year.
These are the best spring destinations for every type of traveler, from families to couples to laid-back travelers and more.
For A Family Trip: Bonaire
Bonaire is the least developed of the ABC islands (consisting of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao) in the Caribbean. It’s the perfect destination for a laid-back and relaxing family vacation.
This island, where wild flamingoes roam, is known for its national parks and unique sights like pink salt flats. Bonaire is also one of the best shore diving and snorkeling destinations in the Caribbean, which makes it great for families who want an active adventure.
The beautiful Divi Flamingo Beach Resort & Casino is the perfect home base for families looking to explore the island’s natural beauty and many activities.
For A Girls Trip: Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas, on the southern end of Mexico’s Baja California, is the ultimate destination for a girl’s trip this spring.
In addition to having beautiful white-sand beaches, there are also many great day trips from Cabo, including Instagram-worthy hikes and hot springs.
The best place to stay on a girls’ trip to Cabo is the area’s newest luxury property, Corazón Cabo Resort & Spa, where you and your girlfriends can indulge in spa treatments and enjoy the ocean-front infinity pool and rooftop bar.
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For Love Birds: Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta is one of the most romantic destinations in Mexico, making it perfect for love birds looking to plan a couples’ getaway.
It’s one of the most popular destinations in Mexico for good reason. Visitors will enjoy gorgeous beaches and great restaurants, and nightlife in the Zona Romántica.
One of the best places for couples to stay in Puerto Vallarta is Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa, which offers a ‘Couples Getaway’ package for the ultimate romantic escape.
For Laid Back: Zihuatanejo
Zihuatanejo is a charming and relaxing beach destination on Mexico’s Pacific Coast. Away from the crowds of more popular destinations, Zihuatanejo is perfect for travelers who are seeking a laid-back and restorative beach vacation.
Travelers can venture out to chase waterfalls, hit the beach, or ride bikes on a path with bay and mountain views between Ixtapa and Zihua.
The sophisticated beachfront boutique hotel Thompson Zihuatanejo is the best place to stay for those looking for a true escape.
For A Traditional Spring Break: Bimini
Located just 50 miles off the coast of South Florida, Bimini is one of the top destinations in the Bahamas for a traditional spring break. Think DJs on the beach, relaxing with a drink in hand, and partying late into the night in this fun-loving destination.
Resorts World Bimini is one of the best places to stay if you’re looking for the ultimate spring break getaway, with a private beach, multiple swimming pools, a casino, and bars and restaurants.
This is one of the best places to let loose and have fun on a typical spring break.
For A Wellness Trip: Aruba
Aruba is making a name for itself as a wellness destination. This Caribbean island is known for its white sandy beaches and diverse natural landscapes.
With plenty of outdoor adventure activities to choose from, Aruba is the perfect destination for combining relaxation, wellness, and rejuvenation.
The Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino even offers a wellness package that includes a unique “desert bathing” experience in Arikok National Park, as well as a spa credit to be used on one of the many wellness treatments available.
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