Where will you decide to spend your next spring break?

by Andrea Mason

spring-break-300x195It’s that time of year again! Midterms are over and college students are soaking up the sun on spring break (at least for a little while longer). With so many spring break destinations, it can get overwhelming to decide where to go. Top agencies, such as Orbitz, Hotwire and Kayak offer deals and discounts to college students making spring break plans. It is refreshing to look at different ways these travel agencies communicate with audiences.

Beach, Mountains or City

Orbitz lists its top 10 spring break travel destinations and includes hotel and airfare prices. The list contains locations that please both crowd lovers and those who prefer peace and quiet. In fact, the peace and quiet seekers are given the option of a beach, mountain or city area. It is a smart move for Orbitz to target both groups because some students looking to travel want a quiet get away, not wild party.

Create lasting memories

Hotwire takes a different approach by listing only a couple of destinations, but giving more information about each. Hotwire focuses on what students do to create lasting memories. Since the 2014 annual Break Away report notes that there has been a 26 percent year-to-year increase in student volunteers during spring break, Hotwire lists alternative spring break choices for students who volunteer for nonprofits.

Late planners

If you are a late planner or preparing for your next big trip and need some ideas for a place to go, here is a list of some of the top destinations found on Orbitz, Hotwire and Kayak.

  • Orlando, Florida
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Cancun, Mexico
  • Miami, Florida,
  • Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Enjoy the rest of your spring break, travel safe, and check don’t forget to like Innovative PR on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Feel free to comment below about your favorite spring break destination and what deals you found.

 

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