Mexican Cruises

Written by Gregg Ruais
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Many Mexican cruises depart from Los Angeles ports, making it convenient for American travelers to get to their ships. Cruise boats travel south along the Southern California coastline, passing San Diego on its journey south of the border. People have the option of booking either round trip or one-way trip cruises, which are ideal for people who plan on taking extended vacations and want to stay on Mexican land for a few weeks.

Round trip cruises often head straight to Acapulco from Los Angeles. After that, they make stops at cities like Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas on their return voyages. Onshore excursions highlight the trips for many people, as they get to explore completely new cultures and attitudes. Many cruise lines stop at ports that are famous for their party scenes. Passengers drink tequila and dance to Mexican music.

Other popular activities include scuba diving and snorkeling in the azure Mexican waters. The heat in Mexico makes water activities incredibly refreshing. Moreover, people swim underwater among tremendous, colorful fish.

Life Aboard the Ships

Cruises are vacations in and of themselves. It's very common for people to pack on a few pounds on even the shortest seaward voyages. Cruises are famous for all-you-can-eat buffets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Most cruises make late night snacks available. Because these ships have their own nightlife scenes, people party until morning and eat whenever they feel the slightest inclination to do so. Despite the added pounds, most people enjoy treating themselves to gluttonous vacations now and then.

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