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Mexico Cruises

There's something about Mexico that fires up the imagination. Bordered on one side by the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea and on the other by the vast Pacific, it presents many different faces. Beach resorts, interesting cities, fiestas, jungle adventures and amazing food are just a few of the reasons that people choose to travel there, be it on a Mexico cruise or by air. ... Read more

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All aboard: cruises from Florida and California

A Mexico cruise is a fantastic way to see some of the country, and there are many ways to go about it. Departures to the Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego are popular, and you can reach the other side of the country with a cruise from Miami, Galveston and other Floridian and Texan ports. The options range from quick 4-night coastal hops to long journeys which can include destinations beyond Mexico like the Panama Canal or ports around the Caribbean and South America.

Mexico cruise lines

You won't find too many major cruise lines without at least a couple of Mexican itineraries. Princess is a big presence on the Mexican Riviera, and Royal Caribbean the most commonly seen on the Caribbean/Gulf side of the country. However these are far from your only options! From the more traditional like Holland America to the luxurious Azamara Club, you will find the right line for your Mexican cruising needs.

Ports of call for Mexico cruises

The Mexican Riviera is a scenic coastline packed with beach resorts and adventurous activities waiting onshore. Popular spots include Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo. Some extend as far as Puerto Chiapas in the south. Cabo is the place for a party atmosphere, Ensenada is all about the locally caught lobster and Puerto Vallarta charms visitors with quaint cobblestone streets.

Over on Mexico's eastern coastline, Cozumel is by far the most popular Mexican cruise destination. This gorgeous island is a mecca for snorkelling and diving, and beyond the tourist-focused town you can find large stretches of jungle and beaches in their natural state.