Mojo asked 62 UCLA students where they were headed for spring break. Although they were headed all over the place to eight states, five countries and two continents, a clear top-5 destinations emerged.
It comes as no surprise that the most common spring break destination is home, with a whopping total of 23 people. We’ve never needed to sleep in our own beds, eat home-cooked meals, catch up with old friends and – let’s face it – our Netflix series more than in our current states of exhaustion and brain fry.
Seven of eight people who will be going to Mexico are headed to Cabo San Lucas, one of the top spring break destinations in the world. Clubs, sandy beaches, clear waters – these students are doing it all right.
3. Staying in LA
Six of 62 students are staying in L.A., in their Westwood apartments. What a perfect occasion to explore our beautiful city without homework standing in their way.
4. Bay Area
Five students who aren’t originally from the Bay Area are road-tripping up north for the week.
5. East Coast
Four people are visiting the East Coast – New York City, Washington D.C., Boston and Philadelphia, specifically.
Where are you going for Spring break? Tweet us @dbmojo or comment below.