It’s time. Time for spontaneous trips with friends. Time for loud music and the beach. Time for parties and adventure. Time for making new memories and making new friends...
In a perfect world, you’d have had your plans figured out months ago. Your tickets would already be bought, your hotel booked, and your itinerary full to the brim. It’s not a perfect world. If you find yourself among the many that waited until the last second to make plans, don’t panic. Procrastination isn’t necessarily incompatible with fun, especially when it comes to spring break, you just need to get creative. First thing’s first, set your sights on somewhere warm. Spring break is synonymous with sun and surf. You had your chance to make the most of winter, now don’t waste your chance to make the most of spring break.
Gauge your budget. Running low on cash? Round up some friends and head south. Drive until you can switch your sweater for a t-shirt. Find a national park or private land with databases like Hipcamp. A road trip paired with camping on the beach is a great way to get as much fun as possible out of your spring break without breaking the bank. Sleep under the stars and wake up to swimming and snorkeling.
Feel like being flashy? A cruise is the ultimate combination of travel and adventure. Party on the boat or in the city where you dock. Sing karaoke like no one’s watching. Go skinny dipping and hope no one’s watching. Do something new. Branch out, head into town and meet locals. Do something crazy. Get a tattoo. After all, you didn’t fly or drive all those miles just to do the exact same things you’d do back home, did you? Indulge in the spring break high life. Go scuba diving and discover a hidden world. Rent a jet ski and get your adrenaline pumping. Your imagination is the truly limit when it comes to how many different ways you can adventure.
Remember, it’s never too late to decide to have fun, and it’s always too early to decide not to. Here at BucketList, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite Spring Break goals so that you don’t have to