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Cabo San Lucas, Mx

Cabo San Lucas the second fastest growing resort destination in all of Mexico. Located at the southern at the tip of Baja CaliforniaCabo San Lucas is one of the hottest party towns in North America

It is no wonder that it is called Cabo San “Loco” or just plain “Cabo”, the town’s reputation as the wild party center of the Baja Peninsula has brought fame and infamy to its many bars and nightclubs.

Traveling Smarter

What can you do right this instant to be safer on Spring Break?

just sign up for the U.S. government's Smart Traveler Enrollment Program. It's fast, free, and in the govs' own words, "It allows the State Department to assist U.S. citizens in an emergency and keep you up to date with important safety and security announcements."

While you are on the State department Website

Make a note of the U.S. consulate or consular agency closest to where you're staying. At travel.state.gov, look under Country Specific Information for a list of agencies in your destination. Send an email to yourself and fellow travellers and enter the information in your cellphone.

There an app for that too!

Download the Smart Traveler Program app for iPhone

Top Clubs

If you are looking for the biggest parties, the hottest clubs and the most high profile events, check to see where the parties hosted by tour operators are hosting their nightly parties, there will be more people at those clubs.

El Squid Roe

The Giggling Marlin

Cabo Wabo Cantina

Happy Ending Cantina

Mango Deck

Top Ten Tips

If you are planning to go to Mexico, the State Department has issued a Travel Advisory for Mexico and has some Travel Tips for Spring Break.

If you are looking for the biggest parties, the hottest clubs and the most high profile events, check to see where the parties hosted by tour operators are hosting their nightly parties, there will be more people at those clubs.

Stick to bottled water and drinks that you know won't give you Montezuma's revenge.

Bring between $250- $450 in Travelers Check plus a credit card just in case.

Collect phone calls home are $$$$ Purchase a Telmex pre-paid calling card when you arrive. They available at any convenience store or hotel shop; the rate is 10 pesos/minute, there are 3, 5, 10 minute cards. The cards work with Telmex pay phones,which have a language button on the phone that will give you instructions in English.

Remember to protect yourself with SPF 15 Sunblock every day.

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