If you are looking for a Mexican cruise, you have many choices. All the major cruise lines are booking Mexican cruises everyday. For example, Holland America sells many all inclusive Mexican cruises, as does, Royal Caribbean and many others.
There are many itineraries available for taking your Mexican cruise. You can cruise the Baja peninsula, go down through the Panama Canal or cruise the warm waters of the Caribbean side of Mexico. Mexican Cruises will start off, from ports on the Gulf of Mexico or Florida and sail the Yucatan and Western Caribbean.
Or they can depart from the west coast from ports like San Diego, Los Angeles and Long Beach, with Mexican cruises focusing on the ports of this vast, diverse country that lie on the west coast of Mexico along the Pacific Ocean.
The Gulf of Mexico cruises sail the eastern coast, known as the Mayan Riviera to towns along the Yucatan Peninsula, including Cozumel and Cancun.
Mexican cruises, known for being luxurious, allow you to move to mariachi music and meander through markets with mountains of colorful baskets, serapes and sombreros, combining day life with night life. You can do a little or as much as you can fit in.
You can take time to explore quaint fishing villages, colorful markets and ancient cultures, or go marlin fishing in Mazatlan, snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas or relaxing on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta with an icy Margarita in your hand.
No matter which cruise you take, Mexican cruises are enjoyable because of the many experiences you can have without the inconvenience of packing and unpacking. Of course, this is true of any cruise.
If you are passionate about traveling to beautiful beaches and interesting places, try Mexico. There are many choices for beach lovers, with many world class seashores.
It's one of the most popular destinations, not only because of its beaches, but also the geographic location, the culture and history. The charms of the past and the pleasures of the present come together to make a delicious tropical blend in this exciting place that is Mexico. What, with year-round fiesta, sunburn, snorkeling, an abundance of handicrafts and art, many golf courses and even a touch of history, you will be amazed at all the things to do and see while you are in Mexico. The true heart and soul of Mexico can be seen if you take in the historic sights, old-world factories and traditional plants. These can be seen on your own or to make it a little easier, with a guided tour. Oh, and do not forget eco-tours and the variety of water sports that are available.
But where you go you will find an energetic culture, a blend of native and Spanish heritage, although in the past it has sometimes been very turbulent, it has led to making Mexico a unique area of the world to explore.
Winter is the peak season South of the Border, summer is very warm, but there are times to take advantage of discount prices. But, taking this into consideration, late fall to early spring are the best times to go to Mexico.
And do not forget the hurricanes, which would be difficult, considering the east coast of Mexico has been stuck with major hurricanes several times in the last few years. Mexico offers something for everyone, whenever you have the time to take a week long vacation or a short 3 day cruise, you will find one that appeals to you.