Best Spring Break Destinations away from the crowd
Spring is around the corner which means vacation! Looking for a nice destination but want to avoid the spring break hordes and the clichéd all-inclusives and rather opt for a destination where you’re guaranteed relaxed? We selected some of the best spring break destinations away from the crowd so you can pick your paradise wisely
And what better way to enjoy Spring Break than to charter a private jet to your dream destination? Flying privately allows you to spend less time in the airport and more time relaxing. With thousands of airports across the country and internationally to choose from, flying private takes the stress out of travel.
Hawaii has always ranked among the most popular vacation destinations, and as the winter dies off and spring starts new, people are yearning for someplace warm and exotic. Discover the beauty, culture and adventures waiting for you on the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaii has some of the best and most famous beaches in the world, including Oahu’s iconic Waikiki Beach. But besides sipping on your favorite cocktail on Waikiki Beach, surfing massive waves off the coast of Oahu you can challenge yourself to get out of your hotel room and into nature with a memorable hike. A few natural wonders you can look forward to (even on easy hikes) include waterfalls, lush rainforests, native plants and breathtaking ocean panoramas. If you’re ready for a more difficult hike discover the hiking trails among the many volcanoes such as Kilauea
The islands of Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Hawaii continue with the state’s pre-travel testing program. Travelers must have their negative test results prior to departing as an alternative to Hawaii’s mandatory 10-day quarantine. For more information visit hawaiicovid19.com/travel
Florida is a Spring Breaker’s dream but we have some alternative destinations that still offer all the beauty of Florida without the seasonal crowds.
Palm Beach, Florida, or more accurately referred to as “The Gold Coast”, is a hot spot for spring break nightlife and fun. But Palm Beach also happens to be a fantastic place for kayaking, parasailing, water skiing, or just cruising in a yacht off the shore!
Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.
Marco Island is a secluded tropical alternative on Florida’s Gulf Coast. The island hosts four beachfront resorts as well as smaller hotels and vacation rentals to suit any traveler’s needs.
The largest of Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands Marco is the western gateway to the Everglades. It’s adjacent to hundreds of secluded outlying islands so you’re just a quick boat ride away from undisturbed shell-studded shores. Sailing and fishing trips are easily arranged as are boat and kayak rentals.
Saint Kitts and Saint Lucia
St Kitts, also formally known as Saint Christopher Island is a gorgeous destination in the West Indies. Cockleshell Beach is among one of the most gorgeous white sand beaches in the world. Boasting a pristine view of aqua waters and neighboring islands in the distance. A great trip recommendation here is to take a tour of the St. Kitts Scenic Railway. This is also known as the “Last West Indies Railway”. It is a 30 mile loop spanning almost the entire island, with scenic views and a tour of the whole place.
St Lucia is an island only 200 miles away from Saint Kitts, offering many similar views but amenities in a league of their own. St Lucia offers volcanic mud baths at Sulfur Springs, authentic island food. Enjoy an ATV ride through the country or go snorkeling and see brightly colored fish and coral at Pigeon Island!
Both islands expect travelers to have their negative test results prior to departing. For more information visit stlucia.org/en/covid-19/ or wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/covid-1/coronavirus-st-kitts-and-nevis for more information.
Crested Butte, Colorado
Colorado is one of the most popular places in the United States for skiing and snowboarding. Most notably in spring is Crested Butte, Colorado. This place holds some of the most notable and sought after back-country skiing there is to offer. The spring time doesn’t mean any shortage of fresh powder either. These slopes stay packed with fresh mountain snow almost year round.
Not into skiing? Colorado also has notorious mountains to explore and hike, or even climb if you dare. Pikes Peak, Mount Elbert, Mount Evans and Longs Peak to name a few. There are quite literally dozens of mountains in Colorado.
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