It's the sentence sure to fill even the most confident parent with fear and trepidation. Your teenager looks you in the eyes and says: "I want to go with the other kids on spring break to [insert some distant, dangerously debauched-sounding vacation locale here]. OK, sure, you can give him or her an emphatic "no" and start quoting statistics about violent crime in said spring break locale and tell horror stories about teenagers who got drunk and drowned or fell from a hotel balcony. Most likely you'll feel at least a little bit awful.
9 Fantastic Spring Break Ideas for Teenagers
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As you know, airlines have reduced flights, cruise companies have suspended operations, and major museums, theatres, theme parks, ski resorts, some national park facilities and many businesses have closed temporarily. Our very best spring break vacation ideas promise time to get away with the family, in our favorite season — spring — an ideal time to travel affordably between the pricey winter holidays and crowded summer months. Why is spring break such a wonderful escape? Maybe because you get to feel the sun on your shoulders after being cold for months. Or maybe just because you get to spend a week making great memories with your family. Before you start planning, keep in mind that vacations and getaways are often on the brink of not happening when your travel party is four, five, six, or more.
The Very Best Spring Break Vacation Ideas
It has been a long-standing tradition for many teenagers to do something fun and memorable on their spring break. For a lot of teens, it can be the opportunity to go on a vacation without their parents for the first time. There are many destinations and activities to choose from to design a special spring holiday.
We're a family of teenagers plus a baby! They're too old to do many of the kid-friendly things but they're not quite old enough to do the more adult things you might do when traveling. So that's where this post comes in! You're not surprised are you?