A College Spring Break can be spent in many different ways. Some students want to experience a week of partying like crazy with other college students. If this is you, continue reading.
Destination spring break trips usually turn out to be a collection of the biggest partiers in college. College students who go on a spring break trip usually work out the several months before going so they are in the best shape and look great. College students sometimes go tanning several months before spring break to make sure they have a healthy glow and don't look like a tourist. All of these factors combine into a great party atmosphere in warm tropical weather and many good looking people. It is a great relief from the stress of college classes and allows college students to have a great time with friends.
The following is a list of places that are most popular for college students attending spring break:
College students planning on going to spring break should look to save around $1000 to $2000 for spring break depending on destination and spending habits. Most student travel companies offer packages and large discounts for large groups*.
College students should not forget they need to save money for food and drinks for every day they are at spring break. Party packages can help save money, but then you are limited to certain places to party and usually end up seeing the same people on the same party package all week. Make sure you do some research and find out what are the best clubs and bars to go to, then you can decide if or what party package is right for you.
*Spring Break Tip: The person who puts the large group together usually gets a free trip (or a significant discount).
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