As spring break heats up,there is one place that is attracting more visitors than anywhere else in the world and that is Mexico real estate,namely the cities of Cancun and Cabo San Lucas. CBS,USA Today and Fox News have all taken notice of the ever-growing popularity of these destinations,especially among the spring break crowds of 2013.
“Tens of thousands of U.S. college students are flooding into the Mexican city of Cancun,” writes USA Today. “City officials say they expect thousands more visitors than the 25,000 who came to the Caribbean coast resort last year.”
In fact,Cancun’s tourism director Maximo Garcia Rocha told the news agency that there might be as many as 43,000 spring break visitors to this city on the Caribbean Sea,which lies on Mexico’s easternmost coastline. In addition,the Cancun Hotel Association reports that occupancy rates are already upwards of 90 percent citywide.
“Brad Madani,a 24 year old from Toronto,said he felt safe in Cancun,” writes CBS News. “There are many pretty girls.”
Meanwhile,on Mexico’s western shore,the city of Cabo San Lucas is also making waves among the spring break crowd. Always a favorite destination of Hollywood’s a-list,including Jennifer Anniston and George Clooney,and at just two hours from Los Angeles,Cabo offers a great value for students who are looking for a vacation from studies and colder temps.
“Its white beaches and luxury resorts are among Mexico’s finest and most pristine,” writes Fox News. “Cabo has a wealth of great value resorts and all inclusive packages,making it one of Mexico’s most genuinely surprising values.”
In addition to beautiful beaches and a stunning coastline,visitors can enjoy sport fishing,parasailing,windsurfing and whale watching,to name only a few of the many activities that are available here. Travelers can fly directly in to both Cabo’s and Cancun’s airports from a number of major U.S. hubs,including LA,Houston,NY and Chicago.