3. Cabo San Lucas: Cabo is definitely a spring break hot-spot. Home to some of the best resorts in the country (and the world), families and singles can find plenty to do in Cabo for Spring Break. Firstly, the Beaches of Cabo are plenty, and they offer all kinds of activities from fishing trips, snorkeling, jet skiing, sun bathing and partying. Medano Beach is certainly the famous party spot for spring breakers, at the infamous Mango Deck. Other beaches further away from the marina offer quieter, more peaceful experiences. The nightclubs of Cabo are generally packed during spring break from the end of February until April, with DJ's flying in from all over the world to entertain the clubbers for their college (and high school) spring breaks. Restaurants are also in abundance in Cabo, from tacos to fine dining.
You can really do just about anything in this great Baja Sur city.
High Tide Sea Expeditions offers fun activities for spring breakers.
4. San Jose del Cabo: About 20 miles away from Cabo San Lucas sits the quiet and picturesque San Jose del Cabo. While this little town is not known for drawing crazy spring breakers, it is known for its beautiful art work and galleries, as well as its excellent fine dining options, like Deckman's San Jose. San Jose del Cabo also has some excellent surf and kayaking spots and High Tide Sea Expeditions is an expert resource for those looking to mix a little aqua action in with their spring fun.
San Felipe is a fun place for Spring Break in Baja
5. San Felipe: Located in northern Baja, south of Mexicali (east of Ensenada) and on the Sea of Cortez, San Felipe is a beautiful and tranquil little resort town. Originally a small fishing village, the warm climate and beautiful setting of San Felipe surrounded as it is by azure waters has made this burg grow into a very popular seasonal retirement and adventure travel community; a number of resorts are now popping up all over the city, including the great vacation rental spot of El Dorado Ranch. The Las Caras golf course is a challenging way to spend the day in the blinding beauty of the Sea of Cortez sunshine. This is a great place for families who want to relax on the beach and enjoy excellent seafood!
With numerous springtime festivals and a plethora of interesting bars and clubs San Felipe rocks.
Spring Break in Baja can also mean getting away from it all in La Bocana, Bahia Asuncion.
NEW IN 2013!
6. La Bocana:This is not an intuitive adventure, be assured.
This get-away is for spring breakers who want to truly remove themselves from it all and experience nature one-on-one in remote beauty.
About nine miles from Abreojos, part of the San Ignacio Lagoon in the Bahia Asuncion region, La Bocana is best known for its sport fishing.
Fishing guides and the sport fishing boats are available through the fishing co-op.
Now, in 2013, La Bocana is introducing rustic cabins that provide comfort and privacy and a perfect spot for spring breakers to sit around the campfire and take in a glowing Baja sunset.
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