10 Days Roundtrip Cruise from San Francisco, California from USD 998 per person
In this 10 days of sailing through wide and blue waters, you will absolutely love the life in a cruise. With unlimited sights and spots to see around the seas and other places in Mexico, this will be your ultimate yet affordable getaway.
It’s 10 days of exploration across the beautiful and wondrous coasts and port towns of Mexico. Cruise along the warm waters and clear skies of the Mexican Riviera and give yourself time to enjoy the sights, sounds, tastes, and smells of the many different attractions across the diverse port towns you’ll encounter along the way. Don’t miss out on this ocean-bound cruise that will show you a different side of the Mexican region.
San Francisco, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanilla, Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas
Las Caletas- is a beach near Puerto Vallarta in Mexico.
Malecón- is a roadway and seawall along the coast in Havana, Cuba, which stretches for 8 kilometers.
Isla Marietas- is a popular tourist destination because of its prolific marine life population. Isla Marietas are a group of small uninhabited islands protected by the Mexican government.
Teatro Angela Peralta- is a beautiful theater that’s considered as Mazatlan’s most important treasure. It holds sophisticated and one-of-a-kind theatric and musical performances.
Pescado embarazado- a local dish in Puerto Vallarta. It is typically a roasted fish on a stick.
Birria- is consist of goat or lamb meat, boiled in a spicy sauce that includes cumin, oregano, and ginger. It's served with lime, onions and the inseparable tortillas.
Pozole- is a tasty broth that includes pork or chicken meat, seasoned with chili and includes a special popped corn.
Onboard activities and amenities
Taxes, fees and port charges
Cast off from San Francisco and enjoy life on the high seas with three days to explore all the fun amenities inside of the ship. Your first stop will be Puerto Vallarta, once a sleepy town that was transformed into a lively international resort with its own haunt for the rich and famous to reside in. Next stop is Manzanillo, one of the oldest port towns with a bit of history to it.
Your last two destinations are Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. Mazatlan is well known for its perfect vacation climate all-year round and has white sand beaches that give it a nice resort status. Cabo San Lucas was once part of the Mexican mainland, but the San Andreas Fault allowed the waves to crash in and created the Sea of Cortez. You can find a lot of vivid and lively sea life there. You will have a couple more days out in open ocean once again before returning back home to San Francisco.
Day 1: San Francisco, California
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: At Sea
Day 4: At Sea
Day 5: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Day 6: Manzanillo, Mexico
Day 7: Mazatlan, Mexico
Day 8: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Day 9: At Sea
Day 10: At Sea
Day 11: San Francisco, California
Rates are per person based on double occupancy and subject to change without prior notice. Rates do not include airfares. Rates include the taxes, fees and port expenses. A non-refundable deposit fee of $100 is required to make a reservation. Other terms and conditions apply.