Spring breakers' bonanza expected in Puerto Vallarta
A study by Expedia detected that there are very clear travel intentions of Americans for the 'spring break' period, since there is an upturn in the searches of North Americans for vacation spots, particularly for the beginning of spring.
Data shows that American travelers are looking for warm climates and beaches, and among the destinations on their wish list for a trip in March or April is Puerto Vallarta. Puerto Vallarta's natural attractions, such as its tropical climate, the combination of jungle and sea, and the atmosphere of a typical Mexican town are elements that frequent travelers to the destination do not forget, or that many more wish to know.
The report particularly mentions the Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa and the Hotel Mousai Puerto Vallarta as the favorite VIP establishments of those surveyed. Likewise, the Expedia Annual Vacation Deprivation Study shows that travelers are truly motivated to pack up and leave home this year, and if it is during the first half of the year, all the better.
Americans have begun to specifically plan a weekend getaway to enjoy a tropical destination, reunite with family or friends, or simply rest, relax and recharge, which many would like to do next spring. The 'Vacation Deprivation' study examines the work period trends of adults around the world to raise awareness of the many unused vacation days.
With vacation deprivation levels on the rise, this year's study finds that 81 percent of the world's population not only values having more vacation days but plans to use them more than ever before. The results indicate that travelers are eager to take advantage of their earned vacation days and use them for life experiences; it is undoubtedly, says the report, a reappraisal of the best perk of working life: vacation.
The study's focus on U.S. travelers shows that the majority of respondents plan to take an extra workweek-at least five days-on a vacation sometime in 2021. So it defines the list of destinations to visit as travel expectations grow for this year among thousands of travelers in the U.S. and globally.