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How about a Spring Break without spring breakers?

There’s no doubt we all need a Spring Break to defrost our senses and enjoy a tropical getaway to rest from our daily stress, however, most Mexican beach destinations come along with crowds of wild party seekers. Let’s see how to avoid them:

1) Choose the correct destination

RIviera Nayarit via Destino Rentals.

Riviera Nayarit via Destino Rentals.

First you need to take into account that Cancun and Cabo San Lucas are the top favorites for spring breakers during this time of the year, nonetheless, Mexico is much more than that. Fortunately, Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit are not exactly targeted by party lovers.

2) Choose the correct accommodation

Villa Ysuri via Destino Rentals.

Villa Ysuri via Destino Rentals.

Although this double destination may not be their favorite, you might find yourself surrounded by party animals if you go for a low cost All-Inclusive beach resort; that would never happen if you decide to rent a spacious vacation home or condo, all for yourselves.

3) Choose the correct location

La Joya via Destino Rentals.

La Joya via Destino Rentals.

So, finally you got a nice vacation rental with plenty of room for all your family and your own pool area, but suddenly you find out about your loud and young neighbors who party all night long, turning your peaceful rest into a booze nightmare. Be aware of that when choosing a rental right in the Puerto Vallarta Hotel Zone.

These were just three simple steps that may be a big difference when followed correctly. Now it’s up to you! In Destino Vacation Rentals, we got the greatest choices right in the spring-breakers free gorgeous area of Riviera Nayarit so you can live up Spring Break your own way!

Also, take a look at our top reasons to rent a vacation home instead of a hotel room, that could make your decision even easier!


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