Don’t go somewhere boring and predictable for spring break this year. Try one of these unexpected destinations, see something new and avoid the typical spring break crowds.
Head to Cork just in time for St. Patrick’s Day and celebrate in a fun and authentic way with the locals. Even if you can’t make it to this destination in time for the holiday, you’ll still be glad to know travel there is relatively affordable throughout the entire spring, as compared to some other European destinations you might consider.
If you want to get away to a tropical destination none of your friends have even heard of, choose Vamizi Island. This private spot with its own andBeyond resort is the perfect place to enjoy some fun in the sun off the coast of Mozambique, while also doing some good. The proceeds from your stay benefit Oceans Without Borders and the various conservation initiatives occurring on the island.
With all the hype surrounding Japan this year, make sure you get there before everyone jumps on the bandwagon and starts planning their trip. A spring break getaway can ensure you beat some of the summer break crowds.
For a more low-key, relaxing spring break in a smaller destination, go with Nantucket. If you arrive in April, you’ll be in time for the 45th Annual Chamber Daffodil Festival as the region begins to warm up.
Lastly, if you just want to forget your worries with a few drinks this spring break, skip Cancun and upgrade your experience with a trip to Napa Valley. The area has lots going on this season, including multiple festivals and events, so you can plan your trip around concerts, special tastings, tours and more.
North America offers many scenic and historic train rides. These train rides delight and inspire travelers because it gives them a new way to experience the world. Thousands of people take these trains every year and this type of travel is only gaining more followers. The North American train system is still years behind European and Asian countries, but they get the job done. Taking a train is also a great way to add an extra adventure to a trip or destination. It’s not just going from one place to another but getting to view everything in between as well.
While your first inclination might be panic when you map out the various appointments and meetings on your upcoming business trip, relax. Trust us, a rental car has you covered.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Planning a road trip often involves time dedicated to researching routes, planning stops and figuring out how to pass the time for endless hours on the highway. Thankfully, technology comes to the rescue with a handful of mobile apps that can help in the road trip planning process.