Cancun is perfect for spring break. This Mexico city has several all-inclusive resorts with affordable packages that include beverages, food, entertainment, and a lively nightlife (don't miss Coco Bongo).
When you're not lounging on Miami Beach's wide shorelines, make the most of the city's event calendar, which includes Miami Beach Pride and Ultra Music Festival (both are typically held in March or April).
If you're looking for nonstop beach and pool parties, concerts, budget-friendly lodging and celebrity-hosted events, South Padre Island is for you.
Located on the southern tip of Baja California, this Mexican beach destination boasts stunning golden sands, turquoise waters and a reputation for uninhibited nightlife.
What's not to love about reggae music, cream-colored beaches and all-inclusive resorts? That's what you'll get when you spend spring break in Jamaica.
The Bahamas might just be the spring break destination for you if you're searching for a bit of Las Vegas in the Caribbean.
Spring breakers that like all-inclusive resorts with unlimited beverages, food, and activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, beach volleyball, and pool games should visit Punta Cana.
Playa del Carmen is a popular spring break destination with hundreds of all-inclusive resorts and a lively nightlife. Daytime revellers may lounge on the smooth dunes, view the blue waves, and sip tropical cocktails by the resort pools.
If Miami Beach isn't possible, Daytona Beach may be. This northeast Florida community has almost 20 miles of coastline and affordable housing and food, but no fashionable nightclubs or pricey hotels.
Panama City Beach is the world's spring break capital due to its affordable lodgings and ideal location on Florida's Gulf Coast. The 27 miles of beaches, raucous parties, and banging clubs are the destination's highlights.