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Beautiful Beaches and a Rich Cultural History
Mexico is not just beaches and water sports. Mexico's Spanish colonial roots fused with her turbulent Indian ancestry have mixed to form a rich cultural history. Fascinating archaeological ruins, extraordinary works of art, colonial architecture, native handicrafts and wonderful folklore will capture your imagination. Combine all this with fiery sunsets and lots of fun and romantic evenings, and you have the makings of a spectacular cruise vacation.
From Baja to the Western Caribbean
There are three types of cruises to Mexico, each offering its own unique experiences:
- Mexico Baja: Short cruises (typically 3-4 days) that depart year round from California and goes to Ensenada and Catalina. Very popular with West Coast residents as fun, quick and relaxing weekend getaway.
- Mexico Round-Trip: These are 7 night cruises that depart year around from Los Angeles and seasonally from San Diego and San Francisco. They travel further south than the shorter Baja cruises.
- Western Caribbean Cruise: Many 4, 5 and 7 night Caribbean Cruises make cross-country stops in Cancun and Cozumel, Mexico, as well as along the "Mexican Riviera."
Many Exciting Ports to Choose From
Mexico cruise ports include Acapulco; Cozumel; Cabo San Lucas; Ensenada; Ixtapa & Zihuatanejo; La Paz; Los Cabos; Manzanillo; Mazatlan; and Puerto Vallarta.