Asu Spring Break 2023 – March is a great month for students at Arizona State. Filled with pool parties, nice weather and, most importantly, spring break, the non-stop fun can make it hard not to miss an hour or two. The focus is on the beloved holiday, namely the spring break. Whether you’re escaping south of the border, hitting the west coast, or boarding a plane to Miami, spring break is the best time to unwind with friends. 1) Rocky point
Located just a few hours drive south of the border and only 4 hours from the state of Arizona, Rocky Point is the perfect place to experience the full Mexican spring break without breaking the bank. In Rocky Point, also known as Puerto Penasco, a series of super-luxe resorts stretch along the beach, creating a private student party paradise. The water is warm, clothing is minimal and the legal drinking age is 18. What more could you ask for in March? 2) Cabo Wabo
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Cabo San Lucas, also known as Cabo Wabo, offers bars like the infamous Mango Deck and Squid Roe nestled between many high-end resorts and hotels. Cabo is at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, so air travel is almost necessary. This can make the trip a bit more expensive, but it’s more than worth it for that unforgettable spring-break experience. 3) Miami
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Miami Beach is a very popular destination for ASU students during spring break. Home to the infamous Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival, Miami is a 24/7 party in March. This is a great travel destination that doesn’t require a passport! Just a flight away, Miami Spring Break is a great place to meet thousands of other Eastern University students. March really is the month when the Sunshine State gets its stripes. 4) Cancun
Cancun truly is the ultimate spring break destination for ASU students looking to escape the country and immerse themselves in the Caribbean. Bursting with beach parties and a loud nightlife, Cancun is sure to make all your friends jealous. Rumor has it that Corona is cheaper than water, and there’s tequila on tap in this tropical paradise. A host of famous DJs also descend on Cancun in March for nightclub acts and beach parties. 5) Mission Beach
No passport required for this one, Mission Beach San Diego is a spring break hotspot just a 5 hour drive from ASU on the California coast. The 5-mile waterfront promenade is packed all day in March, almost entirely with West Coast students on Spring Break. The epic flotilla parties (pictured above) are an annual tradition in March. At night, Pacific Beach is only 10 minutes away and offers a wide range of nightlife including the Backyard Bar and Duck Dive. Because of Arizona’s central location, spring break opportunities are enormous. To the west, San Diego is only a 5 hour drive away. To the south, Rocky Point requires only a passport and a half-day drive. Flights to Cancun and Cabo are almost too cheap. Whatever destination you choose, Spring Break at ASU won’t disappoint.