This paradise just south of the U.S. border offers a vibrant culture, world-class beaches, lush green rain forests, and vividly painted architecture that will dazzle your eyes. Whether your idea of adventure is exploring a colonial city or discovering the joys of a siesta on a white-sand beach, a Mexican cruise vacation is perfect for you.
This unique region of Mexico is one of the most interesting and geographically diverse areas of the world. The beautiful deserts, tropical and mountainous regions, pine forests, and hundreds of miles of untouched beaches and coastline make Baja the perfect vacation destination for anyone. Snorkel, scuba or tour Baja’s wine country. It’s a many faceted jewel just waiting to be discovered.
Mexican Riviera Cruises
Picture yourself on a gorgeous beach watching the sun setting into the Pacific Ocean. That’s the beauty of Mexico. The mysteries of the past and the pleasures of the present come together in one amazing vacation destination. Whether it’s deep-sea fishing, snorkeling or shopping for silver jewelry — you can find it all right here.
Explore El Eden Jungle, take a swim in the natural pools, and try the natural waterslide Encounter dazzling tropical fish and multicolored coral reefs while snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas
Soak up the sun on Mazatlan’s beautiful beaches Learn the art of wine making in Ensenada
Visit Catalina’s famous undersea garden, The Starlight
Areas of Interest
Below California, the Baja peninsula extends south in a stretch of magical beaches and lively Mexican towns. Just a short trip from Los Angeles, Baja is truly a world away.
As Mexico extends south toward Central America, you can travel beyond siestas and fiestas to explore the true Mexico. Trek through jungles and plantations. Or search for whales in the waters of Los Cabos. There’s no end to the adventures you can have in the Mexican Riviera.
What to Pack
Mexico Days onboard are casual, and you’ll be most comfortable in sport clothes and resort wear. Shoes should be low-heeled for deck activities. Bring a few swimsuits so you’ll always have a dry one. You don’t have to bring towels, as they are provided. And don’t forget your camera and binoculars, so you don’t miss a thing.
For evening wear, count on three basic types of attire: Casual: Dresses or slacks and blouses for women, sport shirts and trousers for men
Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuits for women, jackets for men
Formal: Cocktail dresses for women, suits and ties or tuxedos for men (you can usually arrange to rent a tuxedo onboard).
Ashore, you’ll need comfortable walking shoes as well as a hat and sunscreen for protection from the sun.