Spring break acapulco mexico
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spring break acapulco mexico
spring break acapulco
Approximate flying times to Acapulco from:
Atlanta – 4:30
Boston – 6:00
Baltimore – 5:30
Chicago – 5:00
Houston – 2:30
Los Angeles – 4:00

General Info
Basic Party Package
VIP Party Package
Meal Plans
Side Trips
Travel Insurance
Travel Info

U.S. Citizens entering Mexico:
• Valid Passport only. Get one here:

Travelers to Mexico who are under 18 need a signed parental release.
NON-US CITIZENS: You must obtain proper travel documentation from the consulate of your nationality.

Exchanging Money
Most hotels have a currency exchange desk, but you will get the best rates at banks and exchange houses. Mexican banks are generally open from 9am to 2:30pm weekdays. Exchange houses are open longer and provide faster service. Banks will give cash advances in pesos, for a fee, if you have a major credit card. Most restaurants, bars and shops accept major credit cards. ATM machines are available and most bank cards with Cirrus or Visa/Mastercard status can be used; check with your bank before you leave to be sure. Keep in mind the machines will dispense Mexican Pesos, not U.S. Dollars.

There are buses in Acapulco that run back and forth along the beach avenue. They are inexpensive and will get you where you want to go if it is too far to walk. Taxis are everywhere but are obviously more expensive. Many people opt for a taxi both during the day and late at night, because it is faster and if you split the cost four ways it should never be more than US$ 4 - 5 per person.

As a college student every dollar counts, but don’t forget to tip the people who are good to you (bartenders, waitresses, maids, bellboys)

Dress Code
In Acapulco, you have to dress up to go out. Guys must wear shirts, dress shoes and long pants into the clubs.


spring break acapulco mexico