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5 Places to Spring Break Without Crowds

Warmer weather and longer days are coming—and in some places have already arrived! If the month ahead has given you spring fever and the desire to travel, you’ll be happy to know that it is possible to plan a vacation the whole family will enjoy while also skipping out on the crowds.

 

1. Carlsbad, CA

Dubbed an “under-the-radar seaside gem” by Readers Digest, Carlsbad offers pretty views and enviable weather for March, with average highs around 63 and lows around 49. And, when it comes to crowds, Carlsbad is a nice reprieve from the spring break crowds in Los Angeles and San Diego.

Not to mention, Carlsbad offers a stunning display of flowers (over 50 acres) known as the Flower Fields of Carlsbad Ranch for your perfect spring welcome. 

Considering a trip to Carlsbad for Spring Break?

→ Check out our Hot Weeks: 7 days, quadruple occupancy, starting at $894. Retail: $2,035

 

2. Whistler, Canada

Just two hours from Vancouver, this breathtaking mountain town is a skier’s paradise in March, thanks to the heavy snowfall and fresh powder. However, even those who don’t ski or snowboard can appreciate the views, sunshine, bluebird days, and fewer crowds.   

→ If Whistler sounds like a dream, you should see the Hot Weeks: 7 days, occupancy for 6, starting at $1,026 Retail: $2,365.

 

3. Savannah, Georgia

Looking for a dose of Southern Hospitality? Set your sights on Savannah, a charming town in Georgia, that’s known for its love of arts, architecture, and great eats.

Whether you choose to shop the many boutiques, take a trolly tour around the city, swap ghost stories—it’s one of the most widely known haunted cities in America—or take in the nightlife, you can get a dose of history, coastal cuisine, and picturesque Spanish moss views. 

→ Discover the fun and savings waiting to be had with our Hot Weeks: 7 days, quadruple occupancy, starting at $707 Retail: $1,568

 

4. Molokai Island

As the second smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, Molokai boasts breathtaking views for sightseers and plenty of adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. From the sandy white beaches to stunning sea cliffs and lush rainforests, for travelers looking for peace and tranquility, Molokai Island may be just what you need. 

Ready for a tropical paradise?

→ Check out our Hot Weeks: 7 days, quadruple occupancy, starting at $1,125 Retail: $2,613

 

5. Bogotá, Colombia

You don’t have to go off the grid to skip out on Spring Breakers. In fact, as the largest city in Colombia, the capital, Bogotá, offers a rich cultural experience that infuses history, outstanding cuisines, and plenty of things to do.

From festivals to scenic views, you can marvel at the Andes mountain range, explore the vibrant city and parks, and stroll through the cobblestone streets of La Candelaria. For art lovers, the Museo de Botero is free to the public and the museum features pieces by Monet, Picasso, and other world-famous artists.

Ready to immerse yourself in a city rich in culture?

→ Check out our Hot Weeks: 7 days, quadruple occupancy, starting at $685 Retail: $1,335

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