Three popular Florida cities have placed at the top of AAA’s Most Popular Destinations. The Spring Break 2018 travel list is ranked according to air and tour bookings made with the Auto Club Group.
Tourist mecca, Orlando receives the first-place position, while South Florida’s Fort Lauderdale fills slot two. Hot spot Miami ranks at number eight. Here’s the entire top ten list:
AAA’s Top 10 Spring Break Destinations
1. Orlando, Florida
2. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
3. Honolulu, Hawaii
4. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
5. Cancun, Mexico
6. Anaheim, California
7. Kahului, Hawaii (Maui)
8. Miami, Florida
9. Phoenix, Arizona
10. Montego Bay, Jamaica
Florida remains a superior choice as a Spring Break destination. Whether single, retired, traveling with family or from outside of the U.S., Florida has something to offer.
Experts from AAA say that the Sunshine State’s postcard-perfect weather is the biggest draw for their clients. The renown attractions such as theme parks and outdoor events offer magnetic pull for tourists.
The endless miles of accessible, walkable beaches rounds out the main reasons Florida is the number one vacation destination.
The authorities at AAA are quick to point out that the vast selection of AAA Diamond Rated hotels and never-ending selection of restaurants keep visitors coming back year after year.
The travel company recommends booking Florida stays as early as possible, since peak times like Spring Break tend to have limited availability and come with higher price tags. Booking early also affords you both the luxury of reserving the best cruise cabin or desired seat on your flight, often at a lower rate. As hotels, cruises, and flights fill-up, prices usually rise.
AAA’s best suggestion? Use a travel agent. A trusted agent can not only advise you on where to go and what to do when you get to your destination, but they can connect you with exclusive upgrades, find competitive pricing, and help you find out more about your destination.