Travelers come to Rosarito to enjoy the warm tropical weather while basking on the sandy beaches. Playas de Rosarito is an ideal location to eat from street vendors and take ATV, camel, and horse rides. You can also camp out, play beach volleyball with your friends, and surf in the ocean. There is also a long boardwalk that stretches into the water, giving you a fantastic view of the Pacific Ocean.
As evident as it sounds, you can enjoy a full day of dining in Rosarito. Here, you will find some of the best tacos; it is Mexico after all. For delicious tacos, Tacos El Yaqui, the El Sabroso Taco Shop, and Tacos El Zurdo are your best bet. La Flor de Michoacan is famous for its carnitas and the El Nido is a well-known spot for a range of Mexican dishes. For American and European cuisines, try Susanna's or the Mu Casa Supper Club.
Take a boat tour to the Coronado Islands to get an up-close view of local marine life. If you're lucky, you'll spot dolphins and whales that come down to the warm waters during spring break. View the Keyhole cut near Northern Island, formed by water and wind over many years. Here, the natural plants on the islands and the wildlife in the water exist undisturbed and away from human activities.
Over spring break, the clubbing scene in Rosarito is exciting. Papa's & Beers is one of the most famous clubs, typically serving American students jetting in for spring break. You will enjoy beers and cocktails surrounded by equally excited vacationers. There are live DJs and performances to dance to all night. You can also check out Club Iggy's and Club Maya's for more parties and dancing.
Finish your spring break with a shopping spree down at Rosarito's Arts and Crafts Marketplace. You can buy anything from ponchos and colorful vases to cigars and leather art. Lastly, tour some of the galleries, including Ugi Gallery, Polo's Gallery, and the Baja Art & Tango Studio.