Spring fever has fully set in now, so let’s talk about the spring travel forecast for 2017.
- More people overall are taking vacations, more are traveling solo and more are working to unplug while they’re away. See more details here.
- While perhaps not the most visited spring destinations, these spots vie for the most stunning.
- For a spring break on a budget, check out these top spots.
- Not looking to fly? How about a road trip! Check out this list of America’s best spring drives.
- What says spring more than flowers? See the season bloom via these beautiful Instagram images from around the world.
It feels a little early to say we’re out of the woods on another winter, but it’s been feeling pretty spring-like, so this week, we’re talking spring break travel.
- Spring means spring break, and if you want to travel, but don’t want to pay the outrageous rates that come along with it, check out this article about the cheapest places to travel and when during this season.
- Air travel is expected to hit a record 140 million passengers this spring, thanks to more reasonable fares. In return, airlines are bringing out bigger, newer jets and hiring more employees to meet the demand.
- While spring break used to mean hitting a beach with thousands of your closest college friends, it seems kids these days (yeah, I’m old enough to say that) are looking for a more worldly experience – often heading to Europe or more culturally complex cities in the U.S.
- In fact, Americans in general seem to be looking beyond their own borders when it comes to where they’re headed this spring, with destinations like Canada, South Africa, India and China rounding out the top ten most popular spots.
Although it doesn’t feel much like spring here in Wisconsin, spring break for students is coming up fast!
- Still looking to book a trip? Here are the top 10 family destinations (included on the list is our home state’s own Wisconsin Dells!).
- Share these helpful spring break social media dos and don’ts with your college-aged spring breaker.
- Know a student looking for a more socially responsible vacation? Try these alternative spring breaks focused on helping others while still getting the chance to travel.
- Too busy at work for a spring break? The U.S. Travel Association says you need to take your vacation days. Not doing so costs the U.S. economy $160 in spending (and not just in the travel industry!).
- If you still need more convincing, check out this article about why vacations are good for your health and mental well-being (and if necessary, forward it to your boss!).
Dare we mention spring is approaching? Sure, it’s still a month away, but the clock is ticking if you’re trying to plan a spring break vacation! So, where are you headed?
Don’t let the winter blues get you down! Look forward to spring by planning an exciting spring break vacation.