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Mexican Riviera & California Coast
Ports
139
No. of ports
Size of Fleet
36
No. visiting ships
Cruises
642
No. of cruises
Popular Months
Sep - May
Popular months

Mexican Riviera & California Coast Cruises

The Mexican Riviera and California Coast extends from San Francisco south through Cabo San Lucas, La Paz and Loreto on the Baja Peninsula, and several ports on the coast of the Gulf of California including Mazatlan and Acapulco (with its famous cliff divers). Tourists enjoy resort life, sports fishing, water sports, dining and night-partying, shopping and sight-seeing, amidst cultural remnants of the old Mexico. Several large cruise vessels depart regularly from San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angeles, offering 4 to 14-night cruises to Mexico. Select the ports you wish to visit – from Ensenada in the north, ports on the Baja Peninsula, or travel further south to Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco.

The Mexican Riviera is also included in trans-Panama sailings between the US west coast and the Caribbean.

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Destination Tips

  • Cabo San Lucas' activities are endless: jet-skiing, banana-boating, parasailing, snorkeling, kitesurfing, diving and horsebackriding can all be found just by walking down to the beach.

  • Catalina has gone through stints as a hangout for Spanish explorers, Franciscan friars, sea-otter poachers, smugglers and Union soldiers. Today most of the island beyond the harbour is a nature preserve for access to hiking and cycling.

  • Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico's most enticing coastal destinations. There are activities aplenty, including boat trips, horseback rides, diving trips and day trips to the interior.

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