Mexican Riviera Cruise
Cruise 8 days 7 nights The Beautiful Pacific Mexican Riviera
Departures: February & March 2019
No Visa or Passport Required
Famed throughout the world for its extensive coastlines of blue waters and fine sands, you could be forgiven for putting beaches on the top of your list of reasons to visit Mexico. However, with the allure of its vibrant culture, filled with bright colors and warm smiles wherever you go, and of course let’s not forget about their world-renowned culinary experience, featuring delicious tacos and tequila, Mexico has so much more to offer.
Our Mexican Riviera cruises explore five gems of Mexico’s west coast where you can immerse yourself in a true voyage of discovery to experience the country at its best. You will visit ports that encompass the essence of this amazing culture and will enchant you with its varied and colourful history. Mexican Riviera cruises mix the classics of Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta with the fresh modernity of Cabo San Lucas, leaving you with amazing memories that will last long after you disembark your cruise.
Our cruise will stop in some of the most picturesque and quaint ports in the Mexican Riviera and the cruise has been specifically designed with a fully bilingual program to please families from every culture, so all that is left to say is welcome aboard or bienvenido a bordo!
Discover the 5 most attractive beaches in MEXICO in a single trip.
All this is included in the fare
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
(Add drinks to your package to enjoy and save at maximum).
- Welcome Cocktail
- Self-service of American coffee and free of charge (At service hours)
- Day and night entertainment on board (Shows and Shows).
- Recreational activities during the day.
- Port taxes and IVA (Mexican government tax).
Our Ports of Call
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is a city located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula which has not only beautiful desert landscapes & beaches, it is also known worldwide for being one of the most popular tourist destinations, the Marlin Capital and home of The Arch, also called “Land’s End”, where the Sea of Cortez & the Pacific Ocean meet.
You will find this coastal town framed by the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental of Jalisco and the immense Mexican Pacific. This fascinating tourist destination with red roofs, golden sunsets, and cobbled streets, possesses everything that makes for an incredible vacation.
Puerto Vallarta’s art offering is amazing, from crafts found in the flea market to the fleeting creations made by artists with the sand of the beach.
Its art galleries, boardwalk, calm Banderas Bay waters -excellent for scuba diving, by the way-, and its endless nightlife, are some of the contrasts that Vallarta holds.
It is a destination that combines sun and beach with the architectural richness of its historic donwntown with details and finishes of neoclassical and French Baroque, which provide it with a unique beauty among the Mexican tourist destinations. Traversing Machado square will allow you to enjoy its gardens and its kiosk.
Mazatlán has the right activity for you, the beauty of its natural attractions; its paradisiacal beaches, rich in marine fauna; the weather; the people; the gastronomy; the culture; the activities; the sports; the architecture and the nightlife will make of it one of your favorite places to visit.
Not only is Manzanillo a well-known resort destination, but Manzanillo port was the first shipping yard to open in Latin America in 1531 and today, it’s the most important seaport in Mexico. Located along the central Pacific Coast of Mexico overlooking the twin bays of Manzanillo and Santiago, Manzanillo is situated in a region with diverse natural landscapes. It’s a favorite destination for beach activities, ecotourism and adventure sports. Manzanillo still manages to retain its laid-back small town feel.
Acapulco is the most famous Destination of Mexico with International level, thanks to the natural beauty environment, golden sand, tropical weather, warm sea water and its people.
Sea lovers find this destination so attractive obviously, but it is more than that, it has more attractions to satisfy all preferences for all ages, however.
In the Quebrada, which is a rock formation of 35 meters height over the seashore, you can see the cliff divers’ performance, at night lighted with torches.
La Serpiente emplumada, Diego Rivera´s mural painting, is exhibited in La Casa de los Vientos.
You will remember the majestic sea in Barra Vieja.
In Coyuca Lagoon, observe the different orange and red tones colors at sunset.
In Pie de La Cuesta, the continuous rhythm of the sea will accompany you while walking.
In Acapulco, you find the night cultural life with contrasting beaches, together, where you can swing, take a walk or enjoy the sunset.