There is a traditional list of tropical and subtropical places usually visited in spring. Among them are - Bahamas, Caribbean, Bermuda, Cayman Island, Hawaii and many others. It is well-known that Bahamas, for example, is a good spot to visit in winter and spring, since the subtropical and tropical climate makes the island a good destination. Thanks to the Gulf Stream and tradewinds temperature maintains about 68 to 86 degrees during the day and 62 to 70 at night year-round. The best seasons are summer (June to September) and winter (October to May). The Bahamas "winter" is the time most North Americans and Europeans visit. December to April is the high season, and May to October the rainy season.
The weather and spring break in Barbados is reliably balmy with daily highs year round between 22-27°C. September is the warmest month while January is the coolest but the average temperature variation is less than 10 degrees Fahrenheit! Except for somewhat more frequent rain showers during the green season (July - November), the weather in the winter and early spring will not be significantly different than during the summer. That is why Barbados remains very attractive spot for vacationers in spring.
Bermuda can be visited year round, but the busiest tourist season is from April through October when the weather is warmest and water temperatures comfortable for swimming and diving. It's also the liveliest time on the island, with plenty of events and entertainment options to keep visitors amused. The winter season is a bit too cool for swimming, and many tourist-related agencies, like diving companies and boat tours, suspend operations for part of the season. January is the quietest month, so if you're more interested in tennis and golf or seeing the island when it's free of large numbers of tourists, this is the time to come. The advantage of visiting during the cooler months is that accommodation prices can be up to 40% lower and you can escape the colder winter of more northern climes. The best conditions for windsurfing also tend to be in winter.
From December to April, the north-eastern trade winds build up a powerful swell on the open sea, which is driven west to break on Atlantic-facing coasts. This warm water swell provides perfect conditions for visiting Caribbean in spring. Besides, this season is considered to be the best for surfing during spring break. Caribbean is some wonderful hideaway islands where you can be sure to get away from your routine life in a cold-weather city. One of the magical attractions, apart from the stunningly beautiful stretches of totally unspoilt, almost pure white sand beaches, lined with coconut palms and sea grape trees, is of course the glorious color, both above ground and beneath the sea. A bonanza of tropical fish and coral lure divers from around the world and many of the botanical gardens are to die for.
Start thinking where to go for spring break. Start gathering info about these spots and, at last, choose the right one. Your choice should be based not only on the climate conditions, because the weather in traditional winter and spring is usually hot and sunny in all resorts located there. However, ask for better season and month for different activities they offer. Ask about the best time for water sports- scuba, snorkeling, sailing and fishing. Ask about whale-watching. Ask about the best nature features they have for spring break.
These are no doubt, the perfect places to relax, feel free during spring break and find everything you need - beaches and resorts, restaurants, and sightseeing.