Everybody loves to go on a vacation, and more so college students who want a much-needed break from their studies. However, they do not have lots of money to spare and are looking for inexpensive places. It might seem challenging to find such places, but with proper planning and research it can be done.
Another good idea is to travel in large groups so that you can do group bookings for sight-seeing and hotel plans. This kind of group booking can provide you an additional discount of 15 to 25 percent. Picking the right place to spend your vacation is of course the most important part if you are looking for cheap options.
Avoid places that will be teeming with tourists as the hotel prices will be very high and not open for negotiation and discounts. You also need to decide if you want to frolic on the beach with plenty of sun and sand or want to go hiking up the mountains and enjoy nature. Once that's settled, you can pick the perfect spot.
Resort towns like Los Cabos, Riviera Nayarit, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta are excellent for resting and relaxing. The long Caribbean coast in Mexico is just ideal for you if you are looking to get tanned and enjoy delicious mojitos.
The main attraction is of course to go on a hiking trail along the Grandfather mountain that also features an attractive mile high swinging bridge. There are also many other places that you can visit like the nature museum, Altapas orchard, and ride the historic Tweetsie train which is at the state's first theme park.