Believe it or not, Spring Break 2020 is approaching fast! As many (but not all) Americans with Spring Break plans have already made their travel arrangements, our friends at Allianz (with whom I have an annual travel insurance plan) decided to take a look at the data (2.7 million bookings) to see where American Spring Breakers will be traveling in the weeks ahead.
For starters, Allianz found, this year’s Spring Break travel season (February 21 to April 19) will be busier than last year’s. Domestic travel is up 24% from 2019’s number, while international travel is up 18%. As for destinations, Orlando (domestic) and Cancun (international) lead the way once again. The rest of the top 10 in each category is below:
“It’s heartening to see that Americans are bullish on Spring Break despite recent headlines and that both domestic and international destinations will see an increased influx of visitors,” said Daniel Durazo, director of marketing and communications for Allianz Global Assistance USA. “Whether you’re planning to be the life of the party or in full relaxation mode, the last thing you want is a dream vacation ruined by an unexpected event. Buying trip protection when you book your travel can put your mind at ease — make sure you add it to your pre-trip checklist, along with sunscreen.”
Are you traveling for Spring Break 2020?
Tell us where you’re headed in the comments below!
Disclaimer: Johnny Jet works as an ambassador for Allianz Global Assistance (AGA Service Company) and receives financial compensation.
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