San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 6, 2007
With Spring Break season getting into full swing in the U.S., Viator has selected its Top 10 Hottest Spring Break Destinations with suggestions on ‘the things you do when you get there’ to help travelers, whether students or their parents looking for action or relaxation, make the most of their warm weather excursions this time of year.
Viator’s Spring Break Party Guide (http://www.viator.com/travel-tips/Spring-Break-Party-Guide/ttd) is a useful resource for travelers of all ages to help them save time at their destination for fun in the sun, not planning. By booking Spring Break activities before departure, travelers can confirm their excursions during one of the busiest times of the year, and, save money with a low price guarantee on all Viator activities. Not leaving any Spring Break stone unturned, Viator provides a broad selection of reliable pre-arranged airport transfers to help eliminate the headaches often associated with getting back and forth from the airport at a cost that fits within anyone’s Spring Break budget.
Viator’s Spring Break Top 10
1. Cancun, Mexico offers a vibrant nightlife amid a tropical paradise experienced during the Snorkeling Excursion to Isla Mujeres (from $65) and Caribbean Carnival double-decker boat cruise (from $70 with buffet dinner, open bar and Caribbean show).
2. Las Vegas, Nevada offers the hip spring break travelers pool-side lounging, Grand Canyon exploring or all-night partying during the Ultimate Nightclub Hopping Package (from $119), or the Hosted VIP Club Access for the Ladies (from $69).
3. Los Cabos, Mexico, with its own international airport is a popular destination where “breakers” can be extreme in the day with the Costa Azul Xtreme Canopy Tour (from $85) and at night during the Rhythm of the Los Cabos Night tour (from $50).
4. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico features mountains and volcanoes explored during the Tequila Tour (from $100, including breakfast, lunch and Tequila 101) and hot evenings with folkloric dancers and Mariachi singers during the Mexican Fiesta (from $60 with buffet and open bar).
5. Key West, Florida boasts a ‘wild’ atmosphere year-round which can be experienced during the Key West Pub Crawl (from $35 with free drinks and T-shirt) or the Ghost Walking Tour (from $15) – think pirates and smugglers…
6. Acapulco, Mexico offers daytime beauty and nighttime heat during the Coyuca Lagoon Tour (from $60) and the Acapulco Cliff Divers at Night Dinner and Show (from $75).
7. Miami, Florida and its sun-drenched beaches, warm waters and hot nightlife can be thoroughly enjoyed with a Private Boat Charter (from $92) and the Miami Party Pass (from $25).
8. Nassau, Bahamas has beach bars and nightclubs galore, but to get below the surface travelers can zoom through underwater coral gardens in their own submarine during the SUB Bahamas Adventure (from $99) or explore a private island during the Robinson Crusoe Cruise (from $50 with lunch and wine).
9. Negril, Jamaica with its laid back charm offers beaches for relaxing and surroundings for exploring like Waterfall Adventures (from $119) and Tubing down the Negril River (from $65).
10. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic is the Caribbean’s fastest growing resort area with powdery white beaches and exciting activities including Sunset Cruises (from $37with snacks and drinks) and the Villages All Terrain Truck Tour (from $81).
Viator has hundreds of additional tours and activities at these Top 10 Spring Break destinations so travelers planning a getaway should visit http://www.viator.com for “the things you do when you get there.”
*All prices indicated are per person, and are current at press time.
Viator is the world’s leading online resource for travel experiences – the things you do when you get there – providing access to more than 5,000 sightseeing tours, attractions and activities in 450-plus destinations in more than 75 countries, as well as customer reviews, star ratings and the Viator Travel Blog. Viator -- the Latin word for traveler -- offers online consumers a one-stop shop to plan, research and book trip activities that meet a variety of tastes and preferences, including sightseeing tours, theater tickets, soft adventure trips, attraction passes, wine and culinary excursions, and many “well kept secrets” off the beaten path. Viator’s in-house travel experts help take the guess work out of planning by hand-picking respected and trusted local operators to ensure a quality experience, value and service. Viator, founded in 1995, sells its products directly to consumers at http://www.viator.com and through its growing global network of more than 3,500 affiliates that include major hotel and airline companies, online travel agencies, city-specific sites and more. Viator is headquartered in San Francisco with regional offices in Sydney, London and Las Vegas.
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