4. Bambi spottingWhere: Canada, the United States and the United KingdomWhen: Throughout springDon’t worry, this one isn’t a tear-jerker, just the chance to catch a glimpse of cute baby deer frolicking in the English countryside. Deers mate in autumn so that they can give birth during the warmth of spring. So, if you’re interested in wildlife – the cute, Disney-esque kind – then you’re in for a treat, as spring is the best time of year to go Bambi spotting. Want more ideas for spring breaks in the UK? Good, because we’ve got a whole bunch of them here that are perfect for you and the family.Find flights deals to the US and kick-start your summer 1. Cherry BlossomWhere: Japan, especially Tokyo, Osaka and KyotoWhen: Late March to early AprilBirdsong, bluebells and blossom (and anything else that begins with ‘b’) – can you get anymore spring-y? Well, Japan’s cherry blossom is certainly one of the world’s most impressive natural sights, but be quick because ‘full bloom’ will only last for around one week. The date of this natural phenomenon can vary year to year, but this year late March to early April has been deemed the best time to see Japan’s biggest cities coated in pink blossom – a last minute break might have to happen if you’re going to catch it in time! The best blossoms are along the Philosopher’s Walk in Kyoto, which is a cherry tree lined path alongside a canal leading to hidden temples and shrines. And once you’re done with the cherry blossom, there’s loads more to see and do in Kyoto, look here’s the city guide to prove it.Search for flights to Japan and see spring in all its glory 2. Grey whale watchingWhere: Oregon and California in the United StatesWhen: Late March to early AprilSpring is the best time to see these majestic creature in their natural habitat. Whale-spotting season depends on the breed you’re trying to catch a glimpse of, and March to April is the best time for grey whale watching. 20,000 whales migrate south towards Mexico, moving closing to shore to feed, making whale watching off the coastlines of Oregon and California in the US another unique sight of spring. Why not consider it the perfect time for that all-American road trip you’ve been dreaming of? Here, take a look at this ultimate west coast trip plan, including riding along Route 66 and wine tasting in Napa Valley.Find flights deals to the US and kick-start your summer ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 5. Beautiful bluebellsWhere: Across the UK, including Oversley Wood in Warwickshire and Ashenbank Wood in KentWhen: Late March to early AprilIf booking a last minute trip to Japan for the cherry blossom, or Oregon for a spot of whale watching won’t be possible this year, don’t stress. A spring staycation will still bring you something unique out of the change in season. Of course, daffodils signify spring in the UK, but a sea of bluebells can be even more impressive. Only being at their best for a few weeks, you need to get out on a spring walk soon if you’re going to see them – Oversley Wood in Warwickshire and Ashenbank Wood in Kent are just two of the best spots to see these blooming bluebells in all of their glory. Looking for more walking and hiking holiday ideas? Here are the UK’s best routes for you to check out next time you fancy braving the British weather.Find flights deals to the US and kick-start your summer 6. The Northern LightsWhere: Sweden, Norway, Iceland or DenmarkWhen: October through to AprilOn many a bucket list, and predicted to become a lot less frequent over the next decade, it could be a case of now or never if you’re going to see the Northern Lights, otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis. Spring is your last strong chance of ticking them off your list before the light nights of summer take hold. Iceland is a favourite spot for Aurora chasers, however Sweden, Norway, Finland or Denmark are also up there with the best places to spot the Northern Lights in their prime. Aurora hunters should check out our full guide on where to see the northern Lights before it’s too late!Find cheap flights and see the Northern Lights for yourself 3. A black SunWhere: Wadden Sea National Park, DenmarkWhen: Throughout springKnown as the ‘Black Sun’, Denmark’s biggest natural event attracts up to one million starlings flying in formation above Wadden Sea National Park. Creating an awe-inspiring aerial ballet before landing in the protected wildlife reserve, more than 100,000 visitors attend the spectacle each year. Binoculars, picnic blanket and a hot flask of tea at the ready!Find a cheap flight to Denmark and see the starlings’ sky-dance this spring Jaw not dropped? Check out these stunning galleries of more of the world’s amazing sights:10 places you won’t believe exist on earth that you can actually visitLooking for a more unusual travel destination this year? Check out these photos of 10 unbelievably amazing places in the world; we challenge you to read on without reaching for your passport…12 of the world’s most beautiful beaches: in picturesWelcome to paradise. Here is our selection of 12 of the most perfect beaches in the world.15 unbelievable homes around the world that will inspire your own DIY projectsCheck out these home sweet homes from all over the globe.Thanks to Celebrity Cruises for the information. Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. Related10 best places to visit in KyotoHang out in stations, unearth the world’s most expensive mushrooms and more in Japan’s former capital, Kyoto.Spring forward: 10 places to see the new season at its bestWarmest places to go for a spring holiday around the world – Where to see rhododendrons, cherry blossoms and more wildflowers this year – Spring festivals from March to May 2016Top 15 attractions and things to do in TokyoA fascinating mix of the hyper-new and the ancient, you can see the second-tallest structure in the world – the Tokyo Skytree – on the same day as visiting a 1,400-year-old temple in Asakusa. Here’s our list of Tokyo’s top attractions, as eclectic as the city itself.