College students all over the US and Canada are already making plans for spring break travel, and Cancun is obviously a classic spring break destination. It has all the natural elements needed, like gorgeous sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and hours of warm sun each day.
But there are also plenty of wild dance parties, tequila shots, and standard partying clichés to keep “spring breakers” busy. And we don’t mean clichés in a bad way. There are certain aspects of a spring break in Cancun that you want to be part of your trip.
Cancun draws crowds of students from across the U.S., Europe, South America, and Canada, making it a perfect place to meet global travelers while you lounge in the sun with a margarita in hand.
Most people stay in what is called The Hotel Zone — an area built around tourism with a ton of all-inclusive resorts, beaches, and bars.
If you’re spring breaking in Cancun this year, don’t forget heading to Coco Bongo, the spot for nightlife in the city. You can see live bands and acrobats and conga lines. It’s not unusual for the club’s shows to include bubbles, balloons, and confetti. But don’t expect a dance floor and a DJ; it’s not a conventional experience.
Our sister publication The Riviera Maya Times will keep you updated with the best things to do in Quintana Roo during spring break 2019!
Source: The Riviera Maya Times
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