Spring break is the popular holiday period, taken by many students from the U.S. and other countries. As the name suggests it starts near the beginning of spring and typically lasts for one week. During this week a lot of students use their time to get away for a bit and party as much as they can. Florida and Mexico has always been a popular destination for the party seekers, but nowadays many students are looking to more unusual places to visit on their spring break.
Here is a short list of some of the more unusual spring break destinations for 2011.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro is a place known for it’s lively nightlife and could be a great place to visit for fun seekers. Street parties are common and the added bonus of cheap alcohol and a great atmosphere is a good combination. Fabulous beaches are available and the warm weather makes Rio a must for those wishing to travel abroad for their spring break.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is well known for its pubs and clubs, quite a lot of which open early and don’t close until 6 am. This all night party life is perfect for students seeking fun and excitement and if fast becoming a popular choice for many and the warm weather is an added bonus.
For the more adventurous students, Canada can be an ideal spring break choice. Arctic kayaking, skiing and dog sledding are just a few of the activities available and the friendly atmosphere makes it the perfect place for groups of students wishing to explore the regions snowy areas.
Ibiza is known most of all as the party Island of the World and is famous for the all night parties and its fast paced atmosphere. Party goers from all over the World visit the Island each year and more and more students are choosing to spend their spring break with friends at Ibiza.