Spring break is right around the corner and although the world seems more locked down than ever, many Americans are still planning to travel. Despite new testing measures required for Americans returning home and the list of destinations accessible for tourists shrinking, many U.S. travelers are already planning their spring break vacations. According to a recent Expedia report, these are the Top 10 Destinations Americans are planning to travel for Spring Break 2021.
Top 10 Spring Break Destinations For Americans
Maui starts off the list with its world -famous beaches, breathtaking sunsets and farm to table cuisine. The second largest island in Hawaii is known for amazing snorkeling that reveals a rainbow of colorful coral and tropical fish.
Oahu is the site of Pearl Harbor where Japanese forces invaded the United States in World War II. The island is known for the amazing Waikiki beach and north shore surfing.
“I’m going to Miami where the heat is on”. With beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches, Latin culture, diverse cuisine and a vibrant nightlife, Miami ticks all the boxes when it comes to one heck of a fun vacation. Miami restaurants are allowed 100% capacity and nightclubs can operate until midnight.
7. Los Cabos
Los Cabos is well known for its beautiful beaches, scuba diving and luxury all-inclusive resorts. Americans flock to Los Cabos every year with it’s close proximity to Los Angeles being only a 2.5 hour flight.
6. Puerto Vallarta / Nuevo Vallarta / Riviera Nayarit
From Puerto Vallarta to Punta Mita is a travelers paradise. From a vibrant city including a cobblestone old town to all-inclusive resorts that spread all the way to Nuevo Vallarta the area is a favorite for U.S. travelers. Those with the budget can experience the epítome of luxury in Punta Mita where you just might spot a celebrity or two.
Home of Disney World Theme Park, Orlando has been a top destination for decades. This spring break, Americans will still be flocking to the destination for family fun. Visitors come for the warm weather, world-famous theme parks, shopping and nightlife.
4. Las Vegas
Sin City will once again be a top destination for Americans this spring break as travelers look to forget about the pandemic for awhile. There is no better distraction then the lights, casinos, dining and entertainment in Las Vegas.
3. Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres continues to grow in popularity with American travelers with its friendly locals, cultural experiences, white sand beaches and pristine turquoise waters. Enjoy tasty seafood and learn about the Mayan culture in this serene paradise without the huge crowds of Cancun.
2. Riviera Maya / Playa del Carmen / Tulum
The Riviera Maya including Playa Del Carmen and Tulum continues to explode in popularity. Tulum has been coined the next Bali as a whole new generation of young travelers continue to flock to the small beach town. Playa Del Carmen is another tourism mecca that attracts visitors for its resorts and white sand beaches.
This should come as no surprise as Cancun has dominated tourism during the pandemic. Americans can’t get enough and are still flocking to the city for some the best all inclusive resorts in the world. Cancun has something for everyone from white sand beaches and endless outdoor activities, the opportunities for fun are endless. The city offers countless accommodations from budget friendly hotels to the highest end luxury resorts. Spring break this year will once again be a busy time in Cancun as Americans look to forget about life for awhile.
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