The Mexican Riviera is home to some truly stunning sights – and it’s a stone’s throw away from a host of other great tourist spots.
Cruise 1st Australia has some great deals on Mexican Riviera cruises for 2013 and 2014. You can see the full range of trips here – or keep reading to find out more about what a Mexican Riviera cruise has to offer.
Why cruise to the Mexican Riviera?
The Mexican Riviera, which includes the Riviera Maya, lays claim to nearly 100 miles of white sand beaches and warm temperatures all year round. Along the way you’ll find beautiful mangroves and lagoons, a number of fascinating historical sites and various towns to explore.
As the name ‘Riviera Maya’ suggests, this region has a rich Mayan history and is host to several historical sites including Tulum, with Chichen Itza a bit further in-land. The island of Cozumel features on many of our cruises, and offers a great spot for snorkelling, scuba diving or just lounging around on the beach. And yet we’ve just touched the surface when it comes to this part of the world.
Of course, you’ll be visiting many more beautiful tourist destinations on your cruise. Just a few of the destinations on our range of Mexican Riviera cruises include New York, Hawaii, Jamaica, Belize and Costa Rica.
Mexican Riviera cruise trips for 2013 and 2014
Cruise 1st has a great range of Mexican Riviera cruise deals available for 2013 and 2014. Here are just a few of the highlights:
New York, Caribbean & Vegas – fly/stay/cruise
Oasis of the Seas
28th August 2013 for 16 nights
This trip begins with a flight from Australia to New York City, where you’ll stay for three nights. You’ll then fly on to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where you’ll embark on a cruise to Labadee (Haiti), Falmouth (Jamaica), Cozumel (Mexico), and back to Fort Lauderdale. You’ll then fly to Las Vegas, where you’ll stay for four nights before flying back to Australia.
Elvis and the Southern Islands – fly/stay/cruise
16th September 2013 for 15 nights
Starting with a flight from Australia, you’ll stay three nights in Memphis, where you’ll enjoy a free tour of Graceland, the legendary Elvis Presley’s former home. You’ll then move on to New Orleans, where you’ll stay for a further three nights. There you’ll embark the Carnival Conquest, which will cruise to Mahogany Bay (Roatan), Belize, Cozumel, back to New Orleans and then a flight back to Australia.
Florida to Sydney – fly/stay/cruise
5th October 2013 for 46 nights
After a flight from Australia to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, you’ll embark on the Celebrity Millennium and cruise to Cartagena (Colombia), Colon, the Panama Canal, Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Puerto Quetzal (Guatamala), Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), San Diego, Ensenada, Lahaina (Hawaii), Kauai, Hilo, Mount Kilauea, Kailua Kona, Honolulu, Papeete (Tahiti), Moorea, Bora Bora, Suva (Fiji), Noumea (New Caledonia), and then on to Australia.
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