It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a college student after months of studying and harsh weather, must be in want of spring break. And you cannot deny the fact that Mexico is unbeaten as far as spring break destinations are concerned. Mexican beach towns with sunny shores, decent prices, incredible nightlife, and lenient drinking policy attract students looking for responsibility-free vacation. The only thing you will need will be a passport, sunscreen and aspirin.
Cancun is the place for spring break in Mexico. Plenty of bars, nightclubs, beach clubs and hotels specialized in spring break entertainment. Cancun is located on the Yucatan Peninsula and famous for its white-sand beaches and crystal blue waters. Probably the only negative thing that you may say about spring break in Cancun is the fact that the prices go significantly up during this period. However, if you don’t mind spending a little more in exchange for high-level fun, Cancun is for you. The Hotel Zone offers the greatest number of establishments that you will like to visit on your dancing spree but if you still have some energy during the day, Isla Mujeres, Chichen Itza and other Mayan ruins are really worth exploring.
Puerto Vallarta has suddenly arisen on the spring break Mexican stage. It is difficult to believe that this resort destination, with blue waters, sandy beaches and the Sierra Madre green mountains at its back has not been explored earlier by this tourist sector. For last three years, a big electronic festival, Electro Beach, takes places there, offering concerts of first-line DJs in an extremely alluring environment. Moreover, Puerto Vallarta has probably the most famous boardwalk in the country, crowded with surprising nightclubs and clubs. During the day, almost every beach in town and around offers a wide range of watersports such as windsurfing, jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling and many others. If you decide to come to Puerto Vallarta, consider renting a vacation villa with your friends, to enjoy the luxury at very competitive prices.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas may be the most exclusive spring break experience in Mexico, but many Los Cabos hotels offer top-notch amenities that are worth their price. Playa Solmar and Playa Medano are the most popular beaches among spring breakers but also the most crowded. Cabo San Lucas is famous for its nightlife and there are many clubs that offer contests and other fun activities aimed especially at spring breakers. Los Cabos is also known for adventure business that includes snorkeling trips, whale watching, kayaking and all types of water sports that you can imagine.
Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen is the most international spring break destination. Due to its location, it attracts many spring breakers from Europe and this cultural mix around March results extremely attractive for many. It is also one of the least expensive spring break destinations in Mexico with quite a significant number of clubs and shopping and dining options. Playa del Carmen is for the spring breakers that look for more relaxing experience but still with a great amount of sand, sun and ocean.