Plan NOW for 2021 holiday and 2022 spring break travel.

May 28, 2021 | Travel Tips

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring Break are three of the busiest travel times each year for U.S. adventurers. And this year promises to be busier than ever, as people return to traveling after months of hunkering down at home. Already I am hearing reports of sold out hotels at some of the most popular holiday destinations.

However, there are still plenty of options available during these busy travel seasons. And there are many other exciting and interesting holiday destinations and festivals for you to seriously consider for an amazing getaway in the next 12 months.

Don’t Dawdle in booking Winter and Spring Break travel.

With fewer flights, reduced hotel capacity and pent-up travel demand, smart travelers are booking their trips now for popular destinations like Florida, U.S. Virgin Islands, and ski resorts in Lake Tahoe, Colorado, and Utah.

Consider Other Inspiring Holiday Destinations.

Thankfully, there are hundreds of incredible domestic and international destinations that offer memorable Christmas experiences. A few warm-weather examples include Destin, Key West and St. Augustine, Florida. These towns offer lovely, less-crowded beaches and activities during the winter holiday season. For those of you who prefer a winter wonderland, consider these western delights – Yosemite National Park, California; Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Leavenworth, Washington. Of course there are many more lovely places to explore in this country and others. I’m happy to provide recommendations and help you plan your holiday escape!

Non-Traditional Holidays and Festivals.

The U.S. offers so many unique festivals, events and secular holidays. Here are a few to consider for some domestic cultural immersion: National Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, D.C. (March 20-April 17, 2022); Independence Day celebrations; and a seemingly endless list of food, music and folk festivals.

Now is the time to start planning your next holiday adventure. Reach out to me at for more info.

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