The charming island of North Captiva is not just one of the most relaxing and beautiful locations in the world, it is also surprisingly easy to get to while still feeling incredibly remote. Captiva Island is a short trip from Fort Myers in Florida, and North Captiva Island is separated from Captiva Island by a channel called Redfish Pass that was created in a 1921 hurricane, and accessible only by boat or light plane. Whilst the trip itself is short and easy, it means that the island itself remains in near-pristine condition as undeveloped state conservation land. Glampers will love hiking, mountain biking, sea kayaking, canoeing, shelling, and much more on this gorgeous tropical island. Take a look at these spring weekend trips for your ideal mini-break. These accommodations are so comfortable you won't want the weekend to end! There's a huge variety of options, ranging from the sleek and sophisticated to the rustic and authentic, and each comes equipped with all the necessities and little luxuries necessary for the ideal getaway.