With March and April fast approaching, it’s time to book your spring break travels before the top accommodations, restaurants and guides are gone. Whether you’re looking for an easy island jaunt or an extended trip abroad, Indagare rounds up some of our favorite springtime destinations to help you plan.
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Accessible via direct flights from both New York and Miami, the perennially popular Bahamas are more enticing than ever, thanks to the recently opened Baha Mar: a 1,000-acre complex encompassing a Jack Nicklaus–designed golf course, water park, 40+ restaurants and bars, the largest casino in the Caribbean and a secluded Rosewood hotel. Additional draws include The Ocean Club, a serene Four Seasons resort with high-touch service catering to both families and couples, and The Albany, a hidden gem that attracts high-profile guests with its personalized service and residential feel.
Quieter and less developed than many of its Caribbean neighbors, this tiny island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is known for its natural beauty, including powdery white beaches, emerald-hued water and the Tobago Cays, an excellent snorkeling spot with an extensive coral reef.
While the scenic coastline of the Riviera Maya—one of the fastest-growing resort areas in Mexico—offers white sand beaches, turquoise seas and Mayan ruins to explore, Los Cabos is generating plenty of buzz, with two luxury properties (Robert De Niro’s Nobu Hotel and the Ritz-Carlton’s Zadún) slated to open in February and March, following the long awaited debut of the 39-acre Montage Los Cabos this summer.
Related: Why Travel to Cabo This Winter
Richard Branson’s private island in the British Virgin Islands offers a sense of seclusion unrivaled by anywhere else in the Caribbean and an island’s worth of staff at your service. The island is normally reserved for exclusive takeovers, with the exception of dedicated “Celebration Weeks.” Contact Indagare for more details.
The island has emerged from the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria with a renewed sense of strength and pride, and travel to Puerto Rico is an important source of continued support for the recovering economy. El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. Forest System, is more lush than ever, and the newly reopened Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a family-friendly haven with swimmable beaches, water sports, multiple restaurants and a five-acre spa.