Spring Break in Acapulco - THE BACKPACKING



Friday, January 17, 2014

Spring Break in Acapulco

All in Acapulco understand what the term means in English "Spring Break" . There are many hotels and bars ads proclaiming : "Welcome spring breakers " . Thousands of high school and college students , beginning in late February to Easter (more or less) come to Acapulco from the U.S. and Canada. Acapulco was the original destination for spring breakers in Mexico , and continues today by beating the other in fun, sun and unbridled hedonism . During Spring Break, Acapulco 's main avenue , Costera Miguel Alemán , busted lights with students who are visiting . It is
difficult to go to Acapulco to spend Spring Break, but it really is a good idea to plan ahead . Many travel agencies organize transport and tours .

 Many other combine tickets , transport it to the hotel and accommodation in one discounted package. But these flights are saturated quickly , so it's better and have reservations right after the holiday , at least season. If all else fails , they can travel from Mexico City by bus ( on a five-hour trip ) . Maybe you'd like to gather a group of friends and rent a villa in Acapulco for Spring Break. With enough people in the equation, the cost per head can be competitive with other types of exclusive accommodation, and is much more fun than a hotel. If you want to rent a villa at the best price , Reserve it in October. Activities during the Spring Break tend to take place in a couple of places . The principal is the " Golden Zone " of Acapulco, which starts at Avalon Excalibur and continues for the Coast to the Naval Base . The center of it all is the Countess, the stretch between Playa Suites Hotel and President. This includes Playa Condesa, where you'll find many bars and nightclubs. Their point of reference is the voluptuous nude statue of Diana the Huntress , in the center of the roundabout that bears his name. The other important point about the Spring Break is Las Brisas, where the best and most exclusive clubs of Acapulco is located. It is about 10 minutes by taxi from the Countess .

  What to do during the day Mornings are naturally made ​​to sleep, but if you want to get out and about , there is much to do.. If you want to organize a trip to a quiet area on the outskirts of a town beach, we recommend Pie de la Cuesta, Barra Vieja , Bonfil and Tres Vidas on our beaches in Acapulco. For surfing , the best beaches are in Bonfil , Three Lives and Wallow . For boating, fishing , skiing , riding jet skis and other water sports , click here: Acapulco: wind , water and waves. If what you like is more extreme, take a look at this: Extreme Sports . The early afternoon is a great time to try the local restaurants in search of the flavor of traditional Mexican food. If you feel like something more exotic , check out our section of Restaurants in Acapulco. The main daytime activity during Spring Break is to work on your tan and get rid of the hangover ( hangover). Be sure to use lots of sunscreen , the sun can hurt a lot in the tropical beaches of Acapulco. If you can not live without you do some braids on the beach , protect the scalp, because otherwise it will burn too. Many hotels visited during Spring Break organize special events and parties in the evenings, so be sure to ask for them when you make your plans and also after arriving. Keywords are foam parties , pool parties ( albercadas ) , bikini contests , pools of beer keggers ( with keg parties ) , and wet T-shirt competitions like volleyball in the pool. Sure ! And take a walk in the banana , take a photo and put it on your Facebook .

  And when the sun has set . . . Nights in Acapulco start early and do not end until the next day , after sunrise. If you want crazy and scandalous dissipation , there are many options out there. Visit Acapulco Nightlife page to see what is happening . The minimum age at which alcohol consumption is allowed is 18 years for both Mexicans and Americans , well, about 18 ... Some clubs say they check IDs at the entrance and a few actually do.