Take advantage of breaks in your academic routine to see the beauty of nature from a new viewpoint, especially with a bus trip where you don’t have to handle the elements yourself.
These 3 must-see destinations are optimal for your shortlist of potential winter vacation locations in the United States and Canada, where a bus trip is a wonderful way to see the beauty of winter.
Regardless of the time of year, the Niagara Falls is always an impressive sight. During the warmer months, watching millions of gallons of water shoot over cliffs that tower upwards of 165 ft (50 m) is a mesmerizing pastime for tourists.
Whether you’re on the Canadian or American side of Lake Eerie, winter in Niagara Falls is a unique experience. As the massive waterfalls freeze over, they create temporary mountains that billow across the landscape and sparkle in the sun. There are other things to keep you occupied during your winter group bus trip too.
Of course, there is an assortment of shops, eateries, and side attractions to fill in your vacation time.
Residents of chillier climates will love the moist humidity of a Florida winter. Outside of the summer months, travelers can find great deals on luxury accommodations, fun excursions, and sport and boating attractions. It may be a bit cold to swim, but your group can still find plenty of things to fill their travel itinerary.
Florida isn’t just fun in the sun. You can have a great time during the winter too!
Despite popular belief, it does get cold in the desert. However, Las Vegas offers a nearly endless variety of indoor attractions that make it easy to avoid uncomfortable weather without risking boredom. Try these attractions in between parties.
Between the variety of bars, buffets, and bowling stadiums, you’ll find plenty to do on your winter break bus trip. You don’t have to be a gambler to have a great time in Las Vegas.
Winter cold doesn’t have to freeze your love of travel. Grab your group, schedule bus trips, and head to one of these wonderful locations for your winter break.
Make winter breaks more magical with these unique cold- and warmer-weather destinations.