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Cancun has long been known as the Spring Break Capital of the World, and although thousands of Spring Breakers still visit Cancun each March and April, this tourism mecca actually caters to partygoers of all ages.
In the past Cancun’s nightclubs were scattered throughout the “Zona Hotelera”, aka Hotel Zone or HoZo. Visitors may remember La Boom, Fat Tuesday and Basic. However these days all of Cancun’s largest and most popular nightclubs are located in the “Party Center” at kilometer 9 on Boulevard Kukulcan, the main drag that runs the length of the Hotel Zone. Even Senor Frogs, which was formerly located on Nichupte Lagoon, has moved to the Party Center.
Most nightspots are open very late, meaning into the early morning hours, and sometimes until the Caribbean sun begins to rise. Most clubs allow guests to pay for individual cocktails, purchase open bar, or choose bottle service. Tipping customers will always receive better service. Generally anything goes as far as dress codes are concerned, from a little black dress or slacks to a bikini top and cut-offs or board shorts.
Coco Bongo may just be Cancun’s most popular nightclub. With a capacity for 1,800 partygoers, Coco Bongo features multi-level stadium-like seating, live music, shows, acrobats, balloons, confetti, bubbles, and DJ music from the 70’s & 80’s, Hip Hop, Rave, Dance and Trance. If you only go out one night during your vacation, hit Coco Bongo.
The City claims to be “Cancun’s Nightlife Authority”. With a capacity for 5000 partygoers it’s the largest nightclub in Latin America. The City hosts world renowned DJs like Chris Lake, Alesso, An21, Sharam, R3hab, Tiesto, Hardwell, Nicky Romero and Nervo, and world class artists like Snoop Dogg, Akon, Flo Rida and Ludacris.
Mandala is a beautifully decorated open-air club with a capacity for 800 partygoers, and has a more intimate feel than the larger clubs.
The Party Center is also home to other nightclubs like Palazzo, Dady O’, Señor Frogs, La Vaquita, Congo and more. Each has its own unique ambiance and vibe.
For guests who prefer not to leave their hotel, some all inclusive resorts in Cancun like ME by Melia, Live Aqua, Riu Cancun and Temptation have their own nightclubs. However they are generally only open until 1 or 2 am.
Everybody loves Mexican food… enchiladas, tacos, burritos, quesadillas, pico de gallo… yum! When visiting Cancun, Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya it’s important to indulge in as much authentic Mexican food as you can. It’s also fun to try traditional Mexican cocktails that may not be available back home.
Although there are many different types, the basic recipe for a taco is a tortilla filled with different types of meat and sometimes vegetables, like onions, and salsa. Real tacos don’t come in hard shells unless they have been rolled-up and deep fried (more about that later), and they are normally made with corn tortillas, not flour tortillas.
Cancun is the #1 tourist destination in Mexico, and for good reason. With its white sand beaches, azure Caribbean waters and balmy tropical weather, Cancun attracts millions of visitors from all over the world who are looking for the ultimate beach vacation.