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How to Plan the Ultimate Spring Break Trip



One of the most common rites of passage for many college students is the annual spring break trip with friends. There is nothing that compares to escaping the stress of college life and letting loose with your best buddies for a week of fun. Here are three tips to keep in mind when planning the ultimate spring break journey.

Consider the Destination

Be sure to carefully consider the destination and logistics when planning your big getaway. Although most people travel south for sun and warmth, you don't necessarily have to follow the crowd. Discuss the travel preferences of everyone in your group and then pick a destination that will appeal to all. If your friends thrive on energy and culture, a big city trip will be ideal. If you want to just hang and relax, consider a cozy mountain retreat. Those seeking a party atmosphere would probably be wise to plan for the classic spring break beach vacation. Just keep in mind that you have alternatives.

Remember Safety

Your trip will be more enjoyable if you stay out of trouble. Be sure to have a solid plan in place in the event that any medical issues arise. It is also important to be safe and avoid driving while drinking. If you get pulled over, you have to deal with the very serious consequences of a DUI. Not only can drinking and driving have serious consequences for your own safety, but the practice can also compromise the well-being of all those around you. To avoid this problem, always select a designated driver for any outings.

Discuss Costs First

Financial matters can ruin an otherwise well-planned excursion. Be sure to discuss all financial issues before you commit to the trip so that everyone understands the obligation. It is wise to make certain that everyone is aware of the individual financial burden he or she is taking on so that there are no unpleasant surprises along the way. Although they may seem cost-prohibitive, all-inclusive resorts can actually be a good deal if you plan on staying at your accommodations for the majority of your trip. Remember to factor in all the extra costs such as tips, parking fees and resort charges. Once you've determined the overall budget, you should probably plan on bringing just a little more money for unexpected expenses. Don't be caught off guard on your special trip. With a little planning and preparation, you can ensure that you and your friends will create memories that will last a lifetime.

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