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03/01/2018

4 Destinations In The U.S. To Visit This Spring

Who says you have to leave the country to experience another culture? There are so many places in the U.S. that are vacation worthy. Take advantage of your vacation days and explore these charming destinations in the United States. You don’t have to break the bank to go on a memorable trip!

Juniper Springs, Florida

Located in the Ocala National Forest in Central Florida, Juniper Springs is one of the states most pristine springs.  Take a dip in the main swimming hole, kayak down the creek, or walk along the nature trail. The seven-mile kayak run surrounds you with breathtaking tropical beauty that cannot be found anywhere else in the United States. The best part? The water stays at 72 degrees all year!  Be prepared to spend the day embracing all of natures beauty. 

juniper springs florida

florida springs

{Images via Pac Safe}

Rincon, Puerto Rico

Take a trip to this small beach town on the western tip of Puerto Rico.  Puerto Rico is an American territory, which makes it the easiest Caribbean island to travel to.  Explore the breathtaking beaches; take in the seaside sunsets and live life on island time. This is the perfect beach retreat all year long!

survival beach puerto rico

rincon puerto rico

{Photo via Lush Palm}

South Padre Island, Texas

This Texan Island is known for its powdery beaches, soft waves, and turquoise water.  Once just a sleepy fishing village, this island has grown to be so much more. The island’s pristine beaches have been ranked among the top beaches on the Gulf Coast.  From sunset horseback rides on the beach, to deep-sea fishing trips, South Padre Island has an adventure for every type of traveler. 

south padre island texas

pearl south padre texas

{Photos via Tour Texas & Pearl South Padre}

Carmel, California

Carmel is a quaint city along the Pacific coast.  Nestled between Big Sur and Santa Cruz, there is more than enough to explore in the area.  The picturesque Monterey peninsula is widely known for its rocky cliffs and tall pine trees. The downtown area is something we’ve only seen in fairy tales. Wander into the art galleries, golf at pebble beach, taste wine in Carmel Valley or explore the Cypress Grove Trail.  We promise you won’t run out of things to do in this amazing area. If you’re feeling adventurous, San Francisco is just a two-hour drive away.

carmel california

carmel cottage california

{Photo via FeatherScapes & Savvy California}

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