With spring break right around the corner, vaccine rollout speeding up and the number of Covid-19 cases steadily dropping in the US, many Americans will be looking to escape the cold winter lockdowns they’ve had to endure. For many, international travel may be off the cards as testing and travel restrictions around the globe may keep U.S travelers closer to home.
According to a recent Expedia report, here are the top 5 destinations in the United States that Americans are planning to travel to for spring break.
Maui starts is well known for its world -famous beaches, breathtaking sunsets and farm to table cuisine. The second largest island in Hawaii has amazing snorkeling that reveals a rainbow of colorful coral and tropical fish.
Oahu is known for the world-famous Waikiki beach and north shore surfing. The island is also home to the state capital of Honolulu.
With some of the best weather in the country for spring break, Miami draws crowds to its tropical beaches and vibrant city. From Latin American culture to some of the most diverse dining in the world, Miami has it all. The city is one of America’s favorite vacation destinations that offers history, culture, sports, and entertainment in a modern metropolis.
Home of the famous Disney World Theme Park, Orlando is always a top choice for U.S. travelers. 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.
1. Las Vegas
Las Vegas comes in as the most searched destination by Americans for this this spring break as travelers look to forget about the pandemic for awhile. The lights, casinos, dining, partying and entertainment in Las Vegas provide an adult adventure like no other.
While many Americans may be staying close to home, millions will also be headed south to destinations like Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. Check out the top 10 overall spring break destinations Americans are headed to for 2021!
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