Where to Party in Baja California, Mexico?

Baja California, Mexico
Baja California literally translated into English as Lower California. If you were wondering; that is also exactly where it is; it is the long peninsula below California in USA. It is one of 31 states which make up the United states of Mexico and is bordered by two bodies of water; the Pacific Ocean on the West, and the Sea of Cortez (also known as the Gulf of California) on the East. It has everything from beaches to forests to deserts and so it is prime real estate for the tourism industry. Many Americans go here on vacation during spring break and Christmas break as well as in the summer. For this reason, we are going to talk about the best places to go out dancing, drinking and partying in Baja California in Cabo San Lucas, one of the most popular destinations for party animals.

1) Two for the Road Jazz Bar

Sometimes it is nice to pre-game (have a few drinks before going out for the night to party or hang out with friends) at home or at a small bar. Cabo San Lucas provides many options for pre gaming or just places to hang out and spend a quiet evening with friends. Two for the Road is exactly this kind of place. It is a relatively small and very comfortable place to sit and enjoy a few drinks with friends and listen to the excellent jazz music that they provide. Your hosts will be Marty who plays the piano and Kathy who does the vocals. Every once in a while they have guest bands and guest members for their group, but no matter who is playing, the music is always great. The only bad thing is that it may be hard to find. If you need walking directions, the locals would be able to help you out if you asked them about the place or if you asked for the Sunshine Dive Shop which is right next door. They are open every day except Sunday from 7 pm till midnight.

2) El Squid Roe Night Club and Bar

After you have had your dinner and your pre-gaming drinks at home or at a bar, you are ready to hit the clubs. El Squid Roe is one of the most popular clubs in Cabo San Lucas and has been recommended by many American musical artists and actors. You will find, however that nothing really happens at night clubs till around 11 o'clock at night. They boast an amazing sound system and 4 levels of partying and seating areas. The staff is friendly and very attentive if you have a table. If you get there early, you can get a table and have dinner and some drinks then either move on or stay there for the partying. The best thing about this club is that it is easy to get to and there is always a large variety of people who attend. If you are with younger people who are not allowed to drink, you can still come here early and enjoy the food since minors are allowed inside until 11 o'clock at night.

3) Mandala Club � Night Club and Bar

A new era in Mexico's Nightlife was born with Mandala. The striking entrance makes this club different from every place in town. (http://mandalanightclub.com/about-mandala) This is how they describe themselves, and they are not lying. Mandala is a chain of club with branches in Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Playa del Carmen, and Los Cabos. They are in the club business for a reason, and that is to make sure people have a great time in a great place, and they definitely succeed. It is an Asian themed chain and every club is multileveled with smoking areas, and several VIP sections. Their drinks are also reasonably priced for a nightclub; however you do have to pay a small entrance fee. Their staff is extremely attentive and friendly and they always have some sort of special or promotion every night.

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Written by : Martin and Jennifer H., Mexico

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Edited by: Rajesh Bihani ( Find me on Google+ )

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