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Cruises to the Mexican Riviera

With its scenic coastline extending around the Baja Peninsula, western Mexico consists of three states and a petite grouping of islands. An experience on Mexico's Gold Coast may include lounging on the beach, kayaking a sandbar, exploring Mayan ruins or dancing in trendy nightclubs. Mazatlan offers a more traditional cultural experience, while Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas are especially accommodating to cruisers looking to shop or head to local restaurant and bars.
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From Cabo to Acapulco, Mexico's Gold Coast has attracted cruisers for decades. Find out why.
Best Mexican Riviera and Baja Shore Excursions Best Mexican Riviera and Baja Shore Excursions
Rafting, whale watching and a whole lot more: See what shore excursions float your boat.
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Baja bound? We'll tell you what to expect on this less glitzy - and more natural - area of Mexico's west coast.

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Acapulco
Acapulco may not be the Hollywood celebrity magnet it once was, but ...
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is an anchor port for all cruises sailing on Mexico's ...
Catalina Island (California)
Catalina, third largest of the Channel Islands, feels like a world ...
Ensenada
Ensenada, known as Baja's "Love Boat" port, is no longer a sleepy ...
Huatulco
Founded some 40 years ago by FONATUR, Mexico's tourism development ...
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
The tranquil town of Zihuatanejo, located on the Mexican Riviera, was ...
La Paz
La Paz, meaning peace, is a tranquil Mexican town where the ...
Manzanillo
Manzanillo may be short on style, but it's long on substance. While ...
Mazatlan
Long a favorite of cruisers (the port was one of the original ...
Puerto Vallarta
Once a small fishing community, Puerto Vallarta has emerged as one of ...
Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco)
Rocky Point, also known as Puerto Penasco, is slated to open in early ...
Took a 3-night Baja cruise with my family (wife and kids - ages 12 and 18) including one day in Ensenada and one day at sea. This was our first trip on the Disney Wonder after having sailed on the Dream and Magic in the past two years, ... Read more
Disney Wonder - May 2016 VacationSteven
05/16
We are two adults (in our 50s) with no children. We just got back from a 3 night cruise aboard the Disney Wonder (May 15-18, 2016). This was our 6th cruise with Disney. Three on the Magic (2001, 2005, 2008), one on the Dream (2014), and two on ... Read more
Embarkation was the typical dis-organized chaos. Lots of lines, but no Carnival staff knew what any line was for - just pick a line and stand in it. When I entered the Atrium I immediately noticed how small the ship was. I was sure I would bump ... Read more
First Time Cruiser piratequeen2
05/16
My first cruise and I thought it was great. The main reason we choose this cruise was it departed from San Francisco. Since I live in the Bay Area it was so easy to get to the ship. The embarkation and disembarkation was very easy. I traveled ... Read more
My son treated my boyfriend and i to a cruise...he went with us, with his girlfriend...I am a senior citizen and never travel....THE TRIP WAS WONDERFUL....i HOPE WE GET TO GO ON ANOTHER ONE....WE ATE IN THE DINING ROOM EVERY NIGHT,,,the room was ... Read more

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My husband and I have sailed three times previously, all with other cruise lines, and we wanted to give Princess a try. We chose the 10 day Mexican itinerary so that we could have a few extra relaxing sea days. The embarkation process was simple. ... Read more
05/16
We chose the Grand Princess cruise, leaving San Francisco to Mexico, as we have always been extremely satisfied with the Princess ships and as we live close to San Francisco, this cruise made sense, in that we would not have to deal with airlines. ... Read more
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