Hottest Destinations for Spring Break Outside the U.S.

Spring Break 2017It’s time to decide where you’re headed for spring break if you haven’t already. Here is a rough and ready list of some of the hottest destinations outside the United States to go get your party on.

Acapulco, Mexico
Acapulco has been a vacation hot spot for a number of years. While you are there, be sure to catch the La Quebrada Cliff Divers.
Do American citizens require a travel visa? No.
Do American citizens require a passport?   Yes.
Varadero, Cuba
Cuba is a mere 90 miles from the Florida coast and working hard on rebuilding their U.S. to Cuba tourism industry. There are over 60 hotels in Varadero ready to accommodate you.
Do American citizens require a travel visa? Yes.
Do American citizens require a passport?   Yes.
Barbados
Once dubbed, “Little England” for the great number of English settlements there, this gorgeous island country has pristine beaches and a fantastic nightlife. It’s just a mere 13 degrees above the equator, so take extra sunblock.
Do American citizens require a travel visa? No.
Do American citizens require a passport?   Yes.
Cancun, Mexico
Gorgeous beaches, fantastic nightlife, friendly locals – Cancun is a great place to hit for Spring Break. If you get a chance, explore the Mayan ruins and schedule at least one day to swim with the dolphins.
Do American citizens require a travel visa? No.
Do American citizens require a passport?   Yes.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Another great destination in Mexico. It’s located on the tip of the Baja California peninsula. There are great beaches, numerous bars and restaurants, and an overall casual atmosphere that makes it a hot destination for Spring Breakers.
Do American citizens require a travel visa? No.
Do American citizens require a passport?   Yes.

 

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