Top 5 Spring Break Destinations in the USA
Spring Break is just around the corner and if you haven't made any plans yet, then it's about time that you do. Why? Car rentals may get booked really fast, which could spoil your plans of going on a road trip. Thankfully, there are many awesome car rental deals available at VroomVroomVroom. We have negotiated with the country's top suppliers so you are assured of getting the lowest car hire rates.
With a car rental, you can start your road trip adventure with your college buddies, colleagues or with your family. There are many amazing places in the United States where you can enjoy the sun, sand, views, and nightlife – now isn't that what spring break is all about?
Check out our top 5 spring break destinations in the USA to give you an idea where you can spend your next vacation.
Las Vegas (Nevada)
There's a saying “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” because most of the people that go here end up doing all sorts of crazy stuff that they will never share to anyone. Many college kids from California and Colorado go on a road trip to the Sin City during spring break. It's around 6 hours by car from Cali and 11 hours from Colorado. HuffPost Travel reported that 60,000 to 80,000 people head to Las Vegas to party. The Sin City is known for its pool parties, vibrant night clubs, and world-class DJs. If that's your thing, then get ready to put on your swimwear and party at TAO Beach, Encore Beach Club, and Marquee Day Club.
Many young people today are into electronic dance music, or also called EDM. Music festivals headed by DJs have been sprouting almost everywhere, but the ultimate EDM event can be experienced in The Magic City. The Ultra Music Festival will be held from March 27 to 29 this year and will feature some of the biggest names in electronic dance music such as David Guetta, Afrojack, Tiesto, Avicii, Skrillex, and Steve Aoki. If you prefer an intimate and beachside setting, then Nikki Beach Miami is the place to be. The party venue is situated beside the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by palm trees. They also have a beachside restaurant where you can treat yourself with gourmet food.
Daytona Beach (Florida)
If Miami is too expensive for you, then head to Daytona Beach which is a more budget-friendly destination in Florida. This place is ideal for college students who are looking for a good time but won't end up getting broke. You can enjoy surfing, parasailing, boogie boarding, jet skiing and playing beach volleyball with your friends and family. The fun continues even through nighttime as it features beach front bars, sports bars, dance clubs, and comedy club. You'll be surprised to find out that you still have enough cash to go shopping or visit Universal Studios Orlando.
Orange County (California)
South Padre Island (Texas)
Most Gen Xers head to commercialized spring break destinations such as Miami and Las Vegas, but there are also some who prefer a more laid back atmosphere. South Padre Island is the perfect choice for those who want to escape the crowd and yet still enjoy the beautiful beaches. This getaway is just around a day's drive from other Texan cities, including Dallas and Houston. It is known for its watersports activities such as kiteboarding and flyboarding. End your day with a delectable meal or cocktails in one of the waterholes beside the beach as you watch the breathtaking sunset.
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