When March rolls around on the calendar in North America, millions of people look for somewhere warm to go for spring break. The kids are out of school and often take off for spring break with their friends or families.

5 of the Best Places to Enjoy Spring Break

These are some of the top destinations for those looking where to go this March:

1. Cancun, Mexico

This city has long been one of the favorites with teenagers and young adults. It’s basically known as North America’s Spring Break capital due to its excellent weather, beaches, hotels, and bars. It’s an ideal place for students because of the all-inclusive options at the resorts.

2. Orlando, Florida, USA

Orlando has numerous all-inclusive resorts, tons of swimming pools and enough bars and restaurants to keep you happy. The Universal Orlando theme park is close by and it features parades, street performers, Mardi gras nights, free events and concerts and excellent Cajun food.

3. Montego Bay, Jamaica

Montego Bay is Jamaica’s busiest spot and cruise destination. It’s even busier at spring break when people head to Doctor’s Cave Beach and Fletcher Beach. The warm weather’s a definite attraction as is the bustling nightlife in Gloucester Avenue clubs and pubs.

4. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

There’s room for everybody in Punta Cana as there are about 25,000 hotel rooms available at this resort area, many of them with all-inclusive deals. The area offers some of the Caribbean’s finest beaches and weather. The nightlife is hopping with numerous nightclubs and bars and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy.

5. Miami, Florida, USA

There are many places to visit in Florida during March Break, but Miami attracts a bit of an older crowd with its upscale culture, shopping, cuisine and art options.  The hotels might be a bit pricier, but you can also find some fine low-priced accommodations and restaurants. And remember, the beach is just down the road if you’d like to cool off in the heat.


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