Travel Channel brings you the top 12 <a href="http://www.travelchannel.com/topics/spring-break/index.html">spring break</a> party destinations where you're guaranteed to have a good time.
The Las Vegas scene may not be tropical, but it's certainly college. During Spring Break, every day is a good day to party poolside at the MGM Grand's newly renovated Wet Republic.
White sands, crystal-clear water and nonstop entertainment provided by mega-resorts like Atlantis make the Bahamas a must.
Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic is overflowing with pristine beaches, all-inclusive accommodations and bustling nightlife to keep the party going all week long.
LMFAO's "I'm in Miami Trick" could be your spring break soundtrack in South Beach. Plus, the posh nightlife and pricey drinks are more than made up for by the hot spot's accessibility.
For those craving a Mexican getaway on a budget, Puerto Vallarta's bars, beach parties and hidden coves are your best bet.
While spring break in Daytona Beach may seem dated, its bikini contests, cheap rooms and miles of beaches you can drive on make it the classic road trip destination.
South Padre Island, TX, usually attracts families, but during the month of March its party scene is better suited for coeds and Girls Gone Wild.
In years past, Panama City Beach, FL, has called on celebs such as the <i>Jersey Shore</i> cast, Sean Kingston and Kenny Chesney to lend their party scene some cred.
Negril, Jamaica, is known for its laid-back party vibe where you can enjoy water activities (and drinks) day and night.
Tequila shots, wild dance parties and wet T-shirt contests may be cliché, but they still make Cancun the perennial favorite spring break party.
Spring break in Cabo San Lucas will set you back a pretty penny, but the Mexican resort town is party central for West Coasters.
Acapulco's all-inclusive resorts, cliff divers and party scene attract students every spring break.