LoveBrownSugar Travel: 14 Destinations For Spring Break 2016

Whether you’re still hitting up sites like Groupon for last minute travel deals or patiently waiting with your bags packed for your next adventure, time is winding down and spring break 2016 is just around the corner. Traveling the world is one the best and most immersive ways to add to the richness of your life. If you haven’t made up your mind just yet, consider one of these offshore travel destinations for your spring break vacay.


For so long Cuba has been forbidden fruit. Americans were prohibited to venture there, to indulge in it’s emerging food culture or sigh in awe at the sight of The Malecón, Havana’s breathtaking 8km-long sea drive. No more. While traveling there still requires approval from the US Government and frequent flights to and from have yet to be established, it’s better to see the island now before it becomes a major tourist attraction.



An island in the Mediterranean lined with hotels, bars and shops,  Ibiza is a popular hotspot for spring breakers. If you like nightclubs on secluded beaches and secret coves for skinny dipping with your new bring fling, this is the destination for you.


This is the ideal locale for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene.


A resort city on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja, venture to Cabo to enjoy dinner with a view of the sunset at Cabos countless outdoor restaurants and bars.

Costa Rica

The “Rich Coast” is a jungle retreat  filled with beautiful waterfalls. A visit to here is sure to evoke your inner explorer. Embrace the “pura vida” lifestyle: Catch a wave, catch a sunset, zip line through the trees or try yoga outdoors. You won’t regret it here.


If for no other reason, visit Jamaica for the culture: The music, the people, the food. It’s nothing but good vibes here. Admire the island and it’s beautiful beaches, discover hidden waterfalls and taste jerk guaranteed to be better than any you’ve ever had.


Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses. Oh, and you can easily access herbal refreshments without having to enter some shady alleyway.


Surrounded by the bluest water you have ever seen, Santorini offers amazing views of the Aegean Sea from atop the island and around every corner. There are quaint little restaurants and shops, it’s hard to believe people live here, it’s so beautiful. But there’s no landing here. The only way to get to this romantic island is by boat.



Black sand beaches created by lava, giant sea turtles, palm trees. The Big Island has everything you’d want to see on an island and something’s you didn’t know you needed to see. Hawaii has all the makings of a relaxing and fun spring break: Warm tides, fresh seafood, spa resorts, adventure and dozens of beaches.

Puerto Rico

No passport needed! Need we say more? Puerto Rico is your Caribbean destination popular for diving, surfing or any other beach related activities. It helps that there are bars near by.

Virgin Islands

Like Puerto Rico, you don’t need a passport to travel here making it super accessible. This is a popular spot for underwater adventures and beach activities as well.


A bungalow of the beach, over blue water and off of white sandy beaches sounds dreamy. It’s tropical, it’s remote and it’s perfect for the quiet vacationer.

Las Vegas

The most lush hotels, impeccable spas and poolside cabanas. Although there are no beaches here, Las Vegas heat is enough for you to wear bikinis on the strip en route to the pool, with the perfect cover-up of course! Vegas is your spring break go-to for crazy fun and wild, unforgettable nights.


It’s spring break in Miami! I don’t have to sell you on this one.   

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