Spring break time! Only in college will you be able to have a week off with all of your closest friends. Looking to cut loose? Here are the best, craziest spring break locations if you and your friends are looking for a party destination. After all, you deserve it after working so hard in school.
Las Vegas, Nevada
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas (except for everything you’re bound to post on Instagram). This is a great place to gamble, drink, and explore! Vegas is also known to have some of the best spas, plus there are some incredible outdoor sights and activities only half an hour from the Strip.
Cancun is apparently frequently listed as the top international spring break destination. Pool parties, DJs, and great weather makes for some serious fun.
Miami has some beautiful beaches and great night life. Go get your tan on.
If you’re looking for a tropical spring break trip that’s not too far from the U.S., the Bahamas are a great option. (Plus, the legal drinking age in the Bahamas is 18, so there’s that.)
This is a great option for those who are trying to be smart financially (cough cough all college kids). Although Texas may sound like an odd place for spring break, just trust me on this one. South Padre Island is basically a non-stop spring break party during the month of March.
Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
This town has awesome beach bars and great seafood. The downtown area is just 25 minutes away, and Carolina Beach is about 20 minutes away. The vibe in this area is awesome. There is a university here too, so lots of college kids and young adults will be around. Not to mention tourists are appreciated!
Panama City Beach
Here the parties are 24/7. You are going to need some serious catching up on sleep after this one. Since this destination spot is so popular among college students, many companies offer full, all-inclusive spring break packages for Panama City Beach. The more friends you bring, the cheaper it is to go! Create a Facebook group and invite all your friends to join.
Cruises are the way to go these days. They’re cheap, simple, and you aren’t likely to get lost along the way. There might not be solely college kids, but you’re guaranteed to be with a group of people who all want to have a great time.
There’s no doubt that spring break should be fun. Just please remember the most important thing is to stay safe. Don’t make poor decisions that will impact you for the long run. Communicate with your friends, stick together, and monitor your alcohol intake. Now enough lecturing, go have fun!