Mexican Riviera Cruises

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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  • For those of us in the west wanting to cruise in summer and not go to Alaska, Carnival is only line with the Mexican Riviera option. We prefer Princess but they have nothing to offer during summer months off west coast other than Alaska. We were ... Read more
  • An awesome lost weekend!
    First, awesome cruise! We went into this knowing it was a bit of a party cruise, a bit of an older ship and lacking any ports we were interested in. We were happy to just get away and cruise! The good. The staff and crew were the best! ... Read more
  • First and last cruise ever!
    Being it was our first cruise, we figured we would do a short one to see if we like it. Let me say this put a horrible taste in our mouth. 1. Staff would walk in your room pretty much unannounced. We were walked in on 2 different times in the ... Read more
  • Me, my wife, and my two adult daughters ages 22 and 25 had a great time. Getting on and off the ship was always easy. Our two cabins 5150 and 5152 were plenty large enough and the attendant did a great job preparing our rooms. The only concern is ... Read more
  • My husband and I wanted to get away since our kids were out of town. We were first time cruisers and had no idea what to expect. When we arrived everyone was friendly and tried to be helpful. ( Most frustrating part was getting 10 different answers ... Read more
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  • Not bad for what it is
    Chose the cruise knowing it was a simple four night, to two mediocre locations. ITS a getaway cruise not a discovery cruise. Catalina Island can be accessed by a two hour ferry ride from the Los Angeles Area. Ensinada is essentially Tijuana with a ... Read more