Mango Deck is a a fun outdoor, restaurant on the main beach in Cabo with a fabulous view of the Arch. During the day, the Mango Deck serves as a hot spot for the younger crowd who gather here for cheap buckets of beer on the beach, wet t-shirt contests and other games, that involve a lot of tequila shots.
The night time is pretty much the same. We never ate there, but we came here at night to participate in the fun games (which you play to win beer and shots), dance and watch the live show.
If you want to catch any sports, this is the place. They have tons of TVs with Direct TV and if asked, will most likely purchase something if they don't have it. What was great about this place was that at night, the younger set were downtown at the nightclubs which left this awesome outdoor restaurant with the best view to everyone else.
Dress Code: It's Cabo, there is none.
There is lots of nightlife in Cabo, you see all types of nightclubs up and down the streets. Since we didn't frequent any I can't give you any tips, but as you can see in the picture of a local nightclub - they have it all.
This is an open air bar that gives you the opportunity to watch the traffic and people who passing by. I like this place because you don't sit in the heat or smoke. Sit just nice outside in the fresh air...
This is for sure the smallest pub in town, maybe even the smallest in the world. With ten people here on the bar this place is complete full. It is a nice spot to visit once and feel how it is to sit packed. If you need to the toilet they give you a key and you find it about 40 metres further ;o)
In the early evening you can go for sailing with Cabo's Pirate Ship for a Sunset view. Well, this is in fact the origin of this cruise, but nowadays people take it only for the booze. The normal price for it is US$ 40 and gives you all drinks for free. Think about that this cruise is taken about 2 hours and you will never finish this US$ 40 on the drinks...
The boat you see here on the picture was passing us on the Pirate Ship, and the people on here were so nice to show their back to us. This Jungle Booze Cruise cost US$ 35, but we never took this one...
Jungle Cruise trimaran. Leaving daily at 10:30 except friday (11:30), then sail to Santa Maria with all gear, beverages and lunch, returning at 2:30 p.m. The Jungle Cruise also sails for sunset cruises at 5:00 pm. With open bar featuring national drinks...
I was in Cabo San Lucas the first week of March, 2007. A few tips if you don't want to hang around with a million drunk spring breakers - go late - they tend to be heading out by 1 a.m. which allows you to go to even places like Love Shack to find a smaller crowd where you can chat and play a game of pool. The Jungle Bar was our favourite - the band was super - I didn't catch their name - but there were less tourists than Mexicans, which was a treat! Another place we liked - where there wasn't a tourist in the place besides my friend and I - Esteban's. If you try, you can still feel like you are in Mexico -even in this crazy touristy area.
Mangos, has the longest happy hour at 12 hours long. Buy one get one drinks. The drinks are cheap. You can get food too. Just get there early to get a good spot on the beach. I spent 2 days of my last trip to Cabo just sitting on the beach at mangos drinking, shopping and people watching. It was a great vacation.
Never a dull moment and tons of partying. Cheap beer and drinks. However, if you are over 25, you may be the "old man at the club". Still good times.
Dress Code: Tshirt shorts, flip-flops
A popular bar and lounge, modern design with Asian touches, and good Oriental food. A great place for a drink before going clubbing.
We went to the buffet at antoher hotel and it was soooo good! The show after was pretty fun and we got to go up and take pictures with them. The one performer was from Vancouver which was kinda cool.
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