Cabo San Lucas cruise port is one of the busiest ports of Mexico, as it’s pretty much an anchor port for all cruises visiting the Sea of Cortez and the Mexican Riviera. California residents have helped Los Cabos earn a party spot reputation, with a number of cruises catering to short weekend getaways to Baja.
Category: Things To Do
May 29, 2015
Cempoala, or Zempoala, was one of the most important pre-Hispanic cities on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, and offers a chance to visit an important Mesoamerican archeological site on an easy day trip. Located just about 50 km (30 miles) northwest of Veracruz, Mexico, Cempoala, or Zempoala, is an easily accessible view into […]
May 15, 2015
For any traveler wishing to visit Maya sites in Central America, the ancient ruins at Uxmal should be on your itinerary. Located in the northwest of the Yucatan peninsula, Uxmal is UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ruins are extremely well preserved and are some of the most beautiful ones in the Yucatan. Uxmal was settled in […]
May 8, 2015
Los Cabos is one of the more popular ports of call in Mexico. The region is especially renowned for the wealth of water-related activities you can take part in during your stay. If you are visiting Los Cabos on a cruise ship and are looking for some shore excursion options for your day in port, consider some of these activities.
May 1, 2015
With a wealth of coral, over 200 varieties of fish and other reef creatures, clear waters, it’s no wonder Cozumel is popular with snorkelers and scuba divers alike. If you didn’t already know, Cozumel is home to a portion of the largest reef system in the Western Hemisphere. With all beaches open to the public, […]
April 17, 2015
JOYÀ is Cirque du Soleil’s new permanent show in Riviera Maya, which opened in November 2014 to positive reviews. The storyline of JOYÀ follows a young rebellious girl whose mischievous grandfather “sends her on a fantastical quest spanning generations.” She finds herself in a mystical jungle where she discovers a hidden gem and has to […]