Planning a bachelor or bachelorette party in a different country can be quite a headache, but a trip to Cancun, Mexico, practically plans itself with all-inclusive party packages and unlimited opportunities for good, old-fashioned stag and hen fun.
An all-inclusive resort or hotel package is the way to go as purchasing food and drinks a la carte can get a bit pricey. Hotels up and down the beach offer specials for large groups who are visiting for special occasions.
During the day, take your group to the beach for all-day sunning or water sports, like jet-skiing, parasailing or snorkeling. Rent a catamaran or yacht for a day or half a day and enjoy a few hours of cocktails under the sun.
Bachelorettes can book appointments at Moon Palace Resort and Spa and enjoy facials, manicures, pedicures, massages and quality bonding time.
When the Mexican sun sets, treat yourself and your party to a dinner of Mexican classics and seafood like steak and lobster at Puerto Madero, or overflowing margaritas and guacamole at Mextreme.
Bachelors can head to one of Cancun´s gentlemen’s clubs like Black Jack or Mix Sky Lounge. Both bachelors and bachelorettes can take their rowdy crews to Coco Bongo, one of Cancun’s biggest nightclubs. Regardless of how you choose to spend your days and nights in Cancun, a memorable “last hurrah” will be guaranteed.
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