Why Choose Cabo San Lucas?
- Offers a high-class, elite environment for all Spring Breakers
- Top choice vacation destination for celebrities
- Marina-front hotel options
- Provides an intimate, yacht-town feel with trendy shops, open-air bars, and exclusive clubs
- Is home to a variety of dining options, from gourmet Mexican cuisine to Hard Rock Café’s American style to Asian fusion and sushi
- Offers a wide variety of activities: deep sea fishing, swim with the dolphins, whale watching tours, etc.
- Clear, blue skies and beautiful temperatures nearly every day
- Charismatic sunsets over white sandy beaches
Cabo Spring Break Deals
About Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas, a high-class, elite vacation destination provides Spring Breakers an escape from the 24/7 party scene you’ll find in Acapulco, Mazatlan, or South Padre Island – this doesn’t mean you’ll spend Spring Break searching for a party and good drink to quench your thirst. Spring Break in Cabo San Lucas provides students an opportunity to relax during the day, and party till the early morning hours at night – but at your own speed, offering a wide variety of venue types from some of Mexico’s best outdoor, marina-front bars including Nowhere Bar and El Agave to classy nightclubs like Zoo Bar & Dance and Passion. Students from the West Coast have been calling Cabo San Lucas home for years.
Spend your days relaxing poolside, or for those looking for a Spring Break party filled with DJ entertainment and hot contests, head to Madano Beach where you’ll find a line of beach-bars, specifically dedicated to Spring Break entertainment. Whether you stop at Billigan’s, The Office, or Mango Deck, you’re sure to find yourself onstage dancing to win free drinks. For those looking to escape the wild and crazy party, Nikki Beach is always a great place to cure a hangover from the night before. Overlook the Sea of Cortez from your own bed, right on the beach, enjoy phenomenal sushi and mojitos and relax for yet another night out, or catch a water taxi to Lover’s Beach – one of Mexico’s most famous spots, where you’ll find smooth, towering rocks and water on all sides. Watch surfers and boogie boarders as they ride the huge waves of the Pacific, or wade in the Sea of Cortez as you watch harboring seals catch some rays on the surrounding rocks. Before your Spring Break week comes to an end, be sure to check out the shopping around the Marina and in Plaza Paraiso for some of Mexico’s best finds.
Cabo San Lucas provides Spring Breakers the opportunity to visit a different venue every night to get a taste of every flavor. Start your week with a pre-party at Love Shack, home to some of Cabo’s most friendly bar staff, Nowhere Bar, one of the hottest open-air bars on the marina, or the Gigglin Marlin to be hung upside-down like a fish, then make your way to The Cabo Wabo Cantina for a night of dancing and tequila tasting, home to Sammy Hagar’s own Cabo Wabo Tequila. For those who have a dress-to-impress style, make your way to Passion, located at the ME Hotel for the elite party scene where you’re sure to rub elbows with Celebs who are vacationing VIP style. Get ready to let your wild-side show as you make your way to Zoo Bar & Dance to get in the cages and taste the unparalleled “Ruleta” flaming pineapple shots. For those looking for a late-night party and dancing until 5am, don’t miss El Squid Roe, where you’ll find dancing waiters, numerous bars and crazy emcees hosting contests all night. It’s obvious why Spring Breakers have been returning to Cabo San Lucas year after year; there is something for everyone and an event and party every night to keep you coming back for more.
Cabo San Lucas boasts weather similar to that of Palm Springs, almost always hot and sunny with little to no humidity. During the Spring Break season, weather averages remain in the mid-70’s (F) during the day, and slightly cooler at night.
As of January 23, 2007, ALL U.S. citizens, traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document. A tourist card (provided at the airport) must also be completed, presented upon entering Mexico, retained during one's stay, and surrendered upon leaving the country. The tourist card is available at Mexican Consulates, travel agencies, or airline check-in counters.
While the official language in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is Spanish, many people have an understanding of the English language. Most service employees speak both English and Spanish.
Taxis are hands-down the easiest way to get around Cabo San Lucas. They may be taken directly from the hotels and are available 24 hours a day. Your hotel staff will assist you in hailing a taxi when leaving the hotel for an event, and there are always a great number of taxis waiting at the clubs at the end of the night to escort students home. It is always advisable to settle on the fare before taking a taxi. Cabo San Lucas taxis are large vans, and it is best to get as many people in the van as possible to lower your rate. Each taxi will charge a per-person fare. Again, it is very important to negotiate your fare prior to your ride.
You have several options to exchange your US Dollars into Mexican Pesos. While nearly all establishments accept the US Dollar, you will earn the best rate if you exchange your money a little at a time. The best exchange rate is found at the Casas de Cambio (Currency Exchange Houses) throughout Cabo San Lucas, but all hotels also exchange small bills. In addition, there are ATM/Cash Machines located throughout the city – but when using these please remember that you are taking money out in Mexican Pesos, so if you are looking for $100 USD you must enter $1000 pesos. Click here to check the current exchange rate.
The same as in the U.S.A. and Canada: 110 Volts, 60 cycles, A.C.
The general custom is to tip 15% on restaurants and bar bills, $2 (U.S.) per person for bellboys, and $2 (U.S.) per room/per night for maids.
Dining and Drinking
Cabo San Lucas offers its visitors some of the best food in all of Mexico. You’ll find food to accommodate every appetite, from a gourmet dinner on the beach to a quick burrito from a street stand outside El Squid Roe. Restaurants generally open at 7:00 am for breakfast, and most remaining open through midnight. Legal drinking age in Mexico is 18 years.
About the Water
The water in Cabo San Lucas is generally safe and purified but care must still be taken to avoid Turista, which causes symptoms such as stomach discomfort. The water and ice cubes in the hotels, restaurants, and other venues we work with is considered safe; however, we suggest drinking bottled water rather than tap water just to be safe. If for any reason you should feel under the weather, our staff can refer you to one of our trusted clinics.