Mexican Cruise Review

Do you find yourself wanting to cruise to Mexico but feel unsure of how to book it? Do unsavory cruise agents leave a less than warm, fuzzy feeling in the pit of your stomach when you think of booking a 3-day Mexico cruise? And does the idea of having to sift through the best Mexico cruise lines, the best Mexico cruise ports and the best Mexico cruise ships on your own give you a major headache?

If any of these concerns sound like yours, don't worry. Take heed, the Mexican Cruise Review is here to highlight the best Mexico cruises lines have to offer. Review the Mexico Cruise Review. You just might be ready for a Mexican Cruise adventure!

Mexican Cruise Review - The Mexico Cruise Ports

Cozumel is a popular Mexico Cruise port destination. It is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean and serves as one of the world's top diving destination. Cozumel offers turquoise waters for diving. Irresistible is the thought of snorkeling in a hidden lagoon. And with all the amiable people, wonderful festivals, Mayan ruins, extraordinary restaurants, duty-free markets and golfing, who could ask for more?

Mexico Cruise Review finds that the Mexican Riviera and Baja Mexico are great Mexico cruise ports. Traditionally, the port cities of both places are Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. Acapulco and Manzanillo are frequent stops also. Mexican Riviera cruises sail you along the awesome Rivera seaboard and up to the amazing sights of the Mexican Riviera. Mexico Cruise Review recommends you take the extraordinary opportunity to explore the La Quebrada diving cliff of Acapulco, or party hard in Mexico's party town of Cabo San Lucas.

Mexico Cruise Review also suggests you take a stroll down Puerta Vallarta's cobblestone streets. The streets are aligned with busy markets. Take time to bargain with local merchants, you might just get a great deal on some authentic Mexican souvenirs. The adventurous types should get take advantage of the Jet Ski adventures waiting off the shores of fantastic beaches.

Mexico Cruise Review - Mexico Cruise Lines

Mexico Cruise Review finds that the major cruise lines offer Mexican Riviera itineraries for all or part of the year include Carnival, Celebrity, Crystal, Holland America, Norwegian and Radisson Seven Seas. Others, like Silversea, fit in Mexican Riviera ports into extensive Panama Canal itineraries. Most of the Mexican Riviera cruises depart from Los Angeles while some cruises sail from San Diego, and on occasion cruise will sail from San Francisco.

Mexico Cruise Review discovers that most major Mexico cruise lines integrate some part of Baja Mexico into their itineraries. For example, Royal Caribbean sails a 4-day voyage roundtrip from Los Angeles to Ensenada, Catalina Island and San Diego. And Carnival offers 3-day Mexico cruise and 4-day Mexican cruises departing from Los Angeles (Long Beach) to Catalina Island and Ensenada.

Celebrity Cruises offers 7-, 10-, and 11-night cruises for Baja Mexico. The 10- and 11-night cruises depart from San Francisco to Monterey, California; Catalina Island, California, Mazatlan, Mexico; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Holland America has many cruise itineraries heading for the Mexican Riviera that include many Baja Mexico cities. Cabo San Lucas is the city included most often. The ms. Oosterdam departs from San Diego, California to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Masatlan, Mexico; and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Mexico Cruise Review - How to Book

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