Cancun is, and will always be, the hottest Spring Break destination thanks to its easily accessible shoreline of white sands, beautiful coastline, and extremely active nightlife. If you have ever been to Cancun, you can agree that there is no lack of commercialism within the city, bringing all the American comforts to Mexico. This year’s attraction: Cancun has eased its restrictions to cater to an influx of spring break travellers. Several other popular resort destinations in Mexico, such as Playa del Carmen and Tulum, have loosened their COVID-19 travel restrictions just in time for Spring Break.
Closer to home, the Sunshine State is also gearing up for a busy March. A traditional spring break hotspot, Miami has seen hotel occupancy rates reach 90% for weekend bookings. Even with restrictions like alcohol bans, curfew and travel restrictions, and even with the Ultra Music Festival cancelled, the 2021 spring break season is expected to see Miami at its busiest since COVID-19 hit the US last year.
Many other states are also easing restrictions as spring break season begins. Texas and Mississippi both listed the mask mandate and travel restrictions. Pennsylvania also listed its travel restrictions and began allowing fans at professional sporting and entertainment events.
Speaking of sports, dozens of NBA and NHL teams are already allowing fans back at home games. Heading to Miami, Dallas, New York, Boston Philadelphia, Las Vegas...? You can now cheer on your favourite teams right from the stands, beer and snacks in hand!