It is hard to find a more perfect spot to enjoy your Spring Break in 2014 than in Rocky Point, Mexico. Rocky Point has been one of the most popular tourist destinations for spring breakers for nearly 10 years, not to mention it is home to one of the most popular marine ecosystems in the world, the Sea of Cortes. With Rocky Point being one of the safest and closest (only 3.5 hours driving from Phoenix, or Tucson) Mexican cities for spring breakers to travel to, students from colleges all around the country come together for a week of partying and fun. During Spring Break there is never a lack of activities to participate in. With obstacles courses along the beach, banana boats, jet skis, para sailing, horse back riding adventures, snorkeling and several awesome clubs and bars to choose from, you will never skip a beat./ Don’t forget though, in order to cross the border (into Mexico and out of Mexico) you are required to bring a passport. Children who are under 16 years of age can present a birth certificate at the Mexican and US border and be allowed to cross. Everyone else must have a passport issued by your country of residence. Please check out our passport requirements. Be sure to reserve your condo early because Spring Break is one of the busiest times of the year for Rocky Point and resorts tend to sell out. Please be aware that most resorts require a minimum of a 3 night stay and there must be at least one person who is 25 years old in your group.
Please feel free to email, or give us a call to get a quote or your next vacation in Rocky Point, Mexico: firstname.lastname@example.org – 1 800 997 9431.
Spring Break 2014:
University of Arizona: March 15 – 23
North Arizona University: March 17 – 21
Arizona State University: March 9 – 17